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University City Adopts Resolution On MSD Proposal

Mayor takes issue with "combative tone"

by Charles Bolinger
The City Council of University City on Aug. 14 unanimously adopted a six-page, detailed resolution regarding Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District's Project Clear sewage tank proposal.

Apology From State Sen. Chappelle-Nadal; No Indication That She Plans To Resign

by Kevin Murphy
Despite intense political pressure on State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal to resign, the University City lawmaker, as of Tuesday, Aug. 22, remains steadfast in her pledge to serve out the final year of her term.

Purchase Of Utility Truck Approved In University City

Fire department cites Loop Trolley as one reason for acquisition

by Charles Bolinger
The City Council of University City on Aug. 14 unanimously approved a new utility truck for the fire department after a month-long delay. The council had postponed a decision until learning of the current truck's mileage and uses.

Groundbreaking Set For New Saint Louis University Hospital

Construction gets underway soon on $550 million project

by Jim Merkel
A half-billion dollar project to build a new SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital and ambulatory care center begins at the end of this month.

Centene To Buy Maryland School Property

Building will be used for employee program, childhood center

by Mitch Schneider
The Clayton School District has entered into an agreement with Centene Corporation to sell the Maryland School property.

Union Requests Funding For 6 More Firefighters

by Mitch Schneider
The Clayton Board of Aldermen has set Aug. 22 for a public hearing for the city's fiscal year 2018 budget and 2017 tax levies. A representative of the city's fire department has already brought up concerns about the budget's impact on its staffing.

Clayton Police Chief Reports On Trip To Israel

by Mitch Schneider
During his career, Clayton Police Chief Kevin Murphy has seen both the mundane side of police work and major events like presidential debates and armed protests.

Road Work, Upgrades To Shaw Park

by Mitch Schneider
The Clayton Board of Aldermen on July 25 approved several contracts for work throughout the city.

Dred Scott 160th Anniversary

Event is part of exhibit that examines civil rights movement in St. Louis

As part of the programming for the Missouri History Museum's exhibit, "#1 in Civil Rights: The African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis," the museum will host the Dred Scott 160th Anniversary Festival of Freedom on Saturday, Aug. 12, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

St Lou Fringe Festival 2017

Festival features diverse lineup of 97 shows

The 2017 St Lou Fringe Festival, St. Louis' only independent multi-disciplinary, multi-weekend performing arts festival, runs Aug. 17-22 and Aug. 25-27 throughout the Grand Center Arts District.
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