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Councilman Terry Crow Kicks Off Campaign For Mayor Of University City

Mayor Shelley Welsch not commenting on a run for re-election

by Margaret Gillerman
University City Councilman Terry Crow has kicked off his campaign to try to replace two-term mayor Shelley Welsch.
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Residential, Retail Projects Continue To Multiply In Central West End

New developments, businesses on the rise

by Charles Bolinger
The Central West End continues to percolate with construction projects and new businesses. Plenty of retail and residential construction is either underway or planned.

Residents Lose Appeal Over Maryland School Green Space In Clayton

by Mitch Schneider
After several weeks of discussion, the Clayton Board of Aldermen on Nov. 28 denied an appeal from residents to reverse an earlier decision regarding Centene Corporation and its plan to redevelop the former Maryland School property.

Naming Rights, Advertising May Be Loop Trolley's Path to Profitability

Supporters remain confident that trolley funding will be found

by Charles Bolinger
Recent headlines describing the death of the Loop Trolley in absence of a $500,000 infusion may be premature.

University City Approves Hawthorne School Plans

Tax abatement & redevelopment plan get unanimous OK

by Charles Bolinger
At its Nov. 13 meeting, the City Council of University City unanimously approved a tax abatement request and redevelopment plan for the former Nathaniel Hawthorne Elementary School.
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Gregory Rose Selected As University City's Top Administrator

by Margaret Gillerman
Gregory E. Rose will start his new job as city manager of University City the end of December in a city and city hall he knows well.

HopCat To Open In Delmar Loop

Pub could employ as many as 130 workers

by Charles Bolinger
During the Nov. 13 meeting of the City Council of University City, HopCat requested and received a conditional use permit to renovate and re-occupy a two-story building fronting Delmar Boulevard.

Fontbonne To Expand To John F. Kennedy High School Location

by Mitch Schneider
Clayton based Fontbonne University has announced its intent to buy the former John F. Kennedy High School in Manchester from the Archdiocese of St. Louis.
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Businesses Still Recovering From Nov. 15 Warehouse Fire In St. Louis

Shriners Hospitals for Children, Reedy Press among those affected by warehouse blaze

by Fran Mannino
Repercussions from a Nov. 15 warehouse fire at 3937 Park Ave. in St. Louis continue to affect local businesses and organizations.

Clayton Tables Vote On Maryland School Property

by Mitch Schneider
The Clayton Board of Aldermen has again tabled a vote on an appeal from residents who want public access to green space at the Maryland School development.
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