Media Views: No TV for Cardinals-Cubs game Friday, which will be streamed only on Apple | st. Louis Cardinals

For years on end, every Cardinals game was televised in St. Andrews. Louis. The vast majority were on what now is Bally Sports Midwest, and the biggest choice for fans was to make an occasional switch to KTVI (Channel 2), ESPN or FS1. But those days are gone, as in recent seasons Major League Baseball … Read more

st. Louis Symphony says Culver House will come down | Local Business

ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra will demolish the 19th century home in the footprint of the orchestra’s $100 million expansion after no one stepped forward to move the vacant property, the nonprofit said on Thursday. One party toured the home, known as the Culver House, but ultimately declined to proceed with the … Read more

Open Source: State, federal assistance still up in the air following storms | Open Source

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Company with history of toxic leaks in Louisiana agrees to spend $110 million to cut pollution | Environment

A chemical company with a Long track record of explosions, spills and air-quality violations in Louisiana has agreed to spend $110 million on plant upgrades that federal regulators say will greatly reduce air pollution in the Lake Charles area. In a settlement reached with the US Environmental Protection Agency, the Houston-based Westlake Corp. will make … Read more

Mid-Missouri programs offer utility assistance during summer heat | Mid-Missouri News

COLUMBIA – Programs across mid-Missouri are highlighting ways to get utility assistance this summer. Columbia/Boone County Public Health and Human Services (PHHS) has a utility assistance program year round. The program offers utility assistance to households with children and household with people with disabilities. The program also helps those who are under the 200% poverty … Read more

Columbia programs offer utility assistance during summer heat | Mid-Missouri News

COLUMBIA – Programs across Columbia are highlighting ways to get utility assistance this summer. Columbia/Boone County Public Health and Human Services (PHHS) has a utility assistance program year round. The program offers utility assistance to households with children and household with people with disabilities. The program also helps those who are under the 200% poverty … Read more

Smith County mental health advocate brings together agencies to discuss services | Local News

Mental health professionals gathered Friday in Tyler to share and the discuss the resources they provide. Sandra Brazil-Hamilton, Smith County Jail diversion coordinator and National Alliance on Mental Health president, organized the meeting at the Rose Garden Center. A representative from each organization spoke about what it offers clients and then answered questions. Some mental … Read more

2022 Voodoo Experience canceled, clouding New Orleans festival’s future | Music

On June 10, 2021, the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience announced the cancellation of that year’s festival via Twitter, but with a promise that Voodoo “will return to City Park for an epic Halloween experience in 2022.” Exactly a year later, Voodoo tweeted out confirmation of what many music fans already suspected: The 2022 Voodoo … Read more

Fairfield internet provider seeks money to expand into Lee County | Daily Gate City

A Fairfield internet service provider wants a slice of Lee County’s $6.5 million American Rescue Program Act pie. Mike Schill, president and founder of Natel Broadband, said the company has recently landed a state grant to expand broadband in rural areas. While $1.9 million of the county’s ARPA funds has already been given to the … Read more

Bill loosens athletic insurance requirements for private high schools in North Carolina. Public schools would keep allowed to purchase other insurance for athletes | Govt-and-politics

Private high schools would not be required to have catastrophic health insurance coverage for sports if a revamped state House bill becomes law. The Senate Rules and Operations committee approved House Bill 79 on Thursday, sending it for a potential Senate floor vote next week. The bill was subjected to the gut-and-replace strategy during Wednesday’s … Read more