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The Loop Trolley Company will continue operating with limited hours through the rest of 2019, thanks to a $90,000 loan from the Trolley Transportation Development District (TDD), the sales tax district set up to help fund and maintain the trolley.

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Wednesday, November 13, 2019
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On Nov. 11, City Manager Gregory Rose updated The City Council of University City on Novus Development’s proposed Olive/Interstate 170 project. Rose reported that Novus was still in the process of securing funding for land acquisition and construction for the project.

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Representatives from the community, students and educators gathered on Aug. 23 to celebrate and cut the ribbon on the new St. Louis Community College (STLCC) Center for Nursing and Health Sciences – the first new building at the STLCC-Forest Park campus in 20 years. Minority-owned KAI Enterp…

Nancy H. Blattner, Ph.D., president of Caldwell University in New Jersey, has been named president of Fontbonne University beginning July 2020. Blattner formerly served as vice president and dean for academic affairs at Fontbonne before assuming the presidency at Caldwell, a Catholic liberal…

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Brandon Mardell Woods, 35, of St. Louis, recently pleaded guilty to one count of robbery and two counts of using a firearm during a crime of violence after two robberies in the Central West End in 2018. Woods appeared before U.S. District Judge Henry E. Autrey who accepted his plea and set h…

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Chef James Flemming became interested in restaurants at a young age through watching his father cook. After attending — and teaching — culinary school, Flemming met fellow chef Andrew Simon working at Scape restaurant in the Central West End.

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