Feb 14, 2014
The University News
St. Louis celebrates 250 years
The great city of St. Louis celebrates her 250th birthday this weekend and that means there are some incredible events all around town to celebrate the semiquincentennial.
St. Louis City tests high-tech parking meters
It's part of a test program by the city treasurer's office that will end with the city modernizing its meters and giving drivers different ways to pay.
Laclede's move closer after key TIF vote
Despite signals Tuesday that it might stall, the Housing, Urban Development and Zoning committee on Wednesday approved $8.1 million in tax increment financing to assist the relocation of the Laclede Group's headquarters.
Building Board Meets
The Building and Nuisance Board of the Trentona SCity Council will be seeking demolition bids on six properties following action taken on Monday night.
Disaster loans available from winds, flooding in Missouri in August
The U.S. Small Business Administration announced low-interest federal disaster loans are available to Missouri residents and business owners affected by severe storms, straight-line winds and flooding that occurred between Aug. 2 and Aug. 14. SBA assistance is now available in Pulaski and Taney counties and the neighboring counties of Camden, ... (more)