SLPS cutting Sumner Football?
Dec20

SLPS cutting Sumner Football?

Here’s the play that has allegedly been tossed from “downtown”: the Sumner Bulldog’s football program may be cut after this season.  St. Louis Public Schools did not reply to request for comment on this story, but a team of Sumner alumni touched down on Facebook this past weekend to oppose the cutting of the school’s storied football program. One alumnus alleged that the education board would meet to see if the decision could somehow...

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Committee approves Soccer Plan
Nov29

Committee approves Soccer Plan

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A St. Louis aldermanic committee has approved a resolution in support of a soccer stadium aimed at attracting a Major League Soccer franchise. The city’s Housing, Urban Development and Zoning Committee voted 8-0 Wednesday for a plan that would develop an area of downtown near Union Station. The vote came a day after a financial impact report lauded the value of the stadium to the city. The full aldermanic board...

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Fighting for a Show
Oct11

Fighting for a Show

WELLS-GOODFELLOW – The Greater Ville resident Maurice Davis is training young boxers in a building at 3303 Goodfellow Blvd. near Barrett Brothers Park. He is seeking funding to help his 501c3 grow into a more attractive option for area youth interested in the sport. The challenges faced by 50-year-old former fighter Davis and the Gladiator Boxing Team are substantial, beginning with the lack of a home venue for hosting fights....

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