• St. Louis Closet Co.
NEWS

4 Candidates On July 11 Ballot For 28th Ward

Candidate forum July 9 in Central West End

Four people are vying for Mayor Lyda Krewson's former 28th Ward alderman seat in a special election on Tuesday, July 11.
/datedimages/2017/06/27/d23367VJJIC789C7.sm.jpg
shadow

Agreement Reached Over Confederate War Memorial

Civil War Museum will place monument in storage until new location is found

by Patti Eischen
For months now the fate of the 1914 Confederate War Memorial in Forest Park has played prominently in local, and even national, news coverage.
/datedimages/2017/06/27/d233D1RkvjC7B51D.sm.jpg
shadow

MSD "Resets" Wastewater Storage Plan For University City

Residents voice objections at June 20 public meeting

by Charles Bolinger
At least 200 people gathered at the Mandarin House Banquet Hall in University City June 20 to listen to Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) representatives outline plans for a wastewater storage facility in their community.
/datedimages/2017/06/27/d23670LPXRC8B35A.sm.jpg
shadow

Centene Auditorium Gets ARB Approval In Clayton

Review board gives OK to building design

by Mitch Schneider
The Centene Corporation expansion took a major step on June 19 with a vote by Clayton's Plan Commission/Architectural Review Board to recommend a major part of the project — a 1,000-seat auditorium.
/datedimages/2017/06/27/d237C6MHHnC94410.sm.jpg
shadow

Senn Bierwerks Can't Reach Deal For Olive Boulevard Location

Developer hopes to attract another brewery to the site

by Margaret Gillerman
For over a year, University City residents and officials looked forward to a new craft brewery dispensing cold brew, good cheer and tax revenue.

University City Passes 2018 FY Budget

Council members propose last-minute amendments

by Charles Bolinger
After a flurry of amendments, the City Council of University City on June 26 unanimously passed its budget for the 2018 fiscal year. Council Member L. Michael Glickert was absent

University City OKs Resurfacing

by Charles Bolinger
During its June 26 meeting, the City Council of University City voted unanimously to approve a staff recommendation to resurface the 1500 block of Mendell Drive.

Former City Clerk Sues University City Over Firing

Joyce Pumm claims her termination was an act of retaliation

by Margaret Gillerman
The former city clerk of University City is suing the city and a council member over the circumstances of her termination. Joyce Pumm was fired March 1 after working as city clerk since August of 2005.

University City Establishes Stormwater Task Force

Task force may also look into Neighborhood Improvement Districts

by Charles Bolinger
The City Council of University City unanimously voted May 22 to create a stormwater task force to help mitigate flooding.
/datedimages/2017/06/13/520492Xlj183FCEE.sm.jpg
shadow

Cork & Slice Liquor License Protested In Central West End

Restaurant owner agrees to earlier closing hours

by Jim Merkel
The owner of a proposed high-end pizza restaurant featuring wine and hand-crafted cocktails at Maryland and Taylor avenues says he's willing to work with neighbors to roll back his closing times.
  • StL Sports Page
Llywelyn's Pub
Greater Metropolis 2017
Claychester Cleaners
Peggy Streb
Dynamic Personal Fitness
Ellington Chamber
  • Spectrum
imageimage
image
image
Terms of Service | Code of Conduct | Privacy Policy | Security Policy | Refund Policy
Webster-Kirkwood Times, Inc. - copyright 2017
122 W. Lockwood Ave., Webster Groves, MO 63119 314-968-2699