A local craft beer company has been releasing a new brew every month and calling it the “Indoctrination Series.”
More than 50 injured military veterans from around U.S. take part in Soldier Ride.
The settlement resolves all pending lawsuits and requires Ameren to build the landfill at least five feet above the ground surface.
The effort to erect a Ferguson job training center at the site of a former convenience store that was looted and burned after last summer’s fatal police shooting of Michael Brown is getting underway.
Slay says he has looked at Uber’s own background checks, and thinks they’re sufficient.
“We used to get our eggs in a bucket, or they’re already liquefied pasteurized eggs,” says baker Tyler May May. “… 30-pound bucket, we use to pay around $35 a bucket for that. Overnight, they went up to about $90.”
Groundbreaking held for first warehouse east of 255.
You can get a look at their work during the open house from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Central Library at 13th and Olive.
Residents living near the site of a planned landfill for coal waste say some of their concerns have been answered with the passage of new zoning regulations Tuesday — but not all.
Uber representatives delivered nine boxes to the Metropolitan Taxicab Commission. One box had letters in support of the ride service. The other had bottles of water.