The Lofts at Euclid residents will be able to “shop in their pajamas” now that Fields Foods is open on the ground floor.
St. Louis-based venture capital forum InvestMidwest is under new leadership after the recent retirement of executive director Christine “Chris” Walsh. Middle America business entrepreneurs will now have a new, united voice through Walsh’s successor, Phyllis Ellison.
The city manager of University City, Gregory Rose, has pledged to provide regular updates on the progress of Novus Development’s project along Olive Boulevard.
As of 7 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 3, ambulance service in University City is officially back under city control after several years of outsourcing. City officials addressed the changes at a public event that morning at Fire House #1 on Westgate.
Clayton-based Barry-Wehmiller Companies will serve as the anchor tenant for a planned 13-story office tower across from Shaw Park.
Clayton officials are wrapping up details on a new design for an all-season ice rink in Shaw Park.
Between November 2018 and April 2019, the Loop Trolley Company sold almost 7,500 tickets during its Thursday-Sunday work week, deriving more than $14,000 in revenue — an amount below ridership expectations.
Planned Parenthood can continue providing abortion services for now, but it’s unclear if — or how long — that will last.
The Clayton Police Department has acquired a drone and has entered into an agreement with Richmond Heights to allow the two cities to share the high-flying technology.
University City is considering changes to its city policy regarding animals, specifically chickens and dogs.