Webster Groves breakfast and brunch spot Half & Half, 220 W. Lockwood Ave., closed as of mid-June, but a new take on an old favorite has already taken its place.
Concerned about keeping their company and employees working during the COVID-19 shutdown, owner Pat Richards and daughter/co-owner Keli Richards of Embroider the Occasion turned to innovation.
St. Louis-based Ambassador Floor Company has acquired Mid-West Floor, bringing together two longtime flooring industry leaders with significant reach in both the residential and homebuilder markets.
Kirkwood Fence Company is expected to open its new showroom location at the corner of Manchester and Kirkwood roads in Kirkwood in early March.
Melissa Powers, a Kirkwood resident and associate attorney practicing general business and transactional law in the corporate department of law firm Lewis Rice, was recently appointed KnowledgeNet Chapter Chair for the St. Louis Chapter of the International Association of Privacy Professiona…
Kirkwood resident Gretchen Curry was honored on Tuesday, Feb. 25, as one of RISE Collaborative’s Women of Influence 2020. There were five women selected, each representing different sectors in the community. Curry was selected to represent the entrepreneurial category. Curry founded StaffLi…
• The Webster Groves-Shrewsbury-Rock Hill Chamber of Commerce will hold a “Coffee and Connections” on Friday, March 13, at Canterbury Enterprises, 7228 Weil Ave. in Shrewsbury. Networking and relationship building will run from 7:30 to 9 a.m.
• The Kirkwood-Des Peres Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a “First Coffee” on Friday, March 6, 7:30 to 9 a.m., hosted by the Franciscan Sisters of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 335 S. Kirkwood Road. Join other early rising chamber members and guests to enjoy networking and breakfast before g…
Join the Kirkwood-Des Peres Area Chamber of Commerce on Friday, Feb. 7, for the 74th Annual Installation and Awards Gala, presented by Mutual of Omaha, at the Hilton St. Louis Frontenac Hotel, 1335 S. Lindbergh Blvd.,
Serving authentic gelato made with true Italian ingredients, Gelato di Riso recently opened at 151 W. Jefferson Ave. in downtown Kirkwood. This is the second location for the long-popular classic gelato shop, with the original shop doing business on Wilson Avenue in the heart of The Hill.