St. Louis County Police chief Tim Fitch is retiring next year.
Fitch said he has notified the County Police Board of Commissioners. He plans to leave his position in February. Fitch has served as cheif since June of 2009. He plans to launch his own public safety consulting firm.
The co-founder and current CEO of the Mathew-Dickey Boys and Girls Club is retiring next year.
Martin Matthews will retire, effective November 1, 2014. Matthews and Hubert Dickey Ballentine started to club in 1960. The club created programs that were adopted nationwide. The "Earn and Learn" program gave kids the chance to earn money working as managers, coaches, and umpires in youth baseball. President Ronald Reagan recognized the club in 1982.
The Mathews-Dickey Boys and Girls Club provides services to more than 40,000 each year. A successor has not been named.
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