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Proceeds from Sales of Locally Brewed 'City Wide' Start to Flow4 Hands President and CEO Kevin Lemp says the brewery donates a dollar per case of City Wide sold to its nonprofit of choice.
Walmart to Launch Grocery Pickup Service in St. Louis AreaThe free service allows customers to order groceries online and pick them up at their Walmart store.
BMO Harris Bank Reveals Plans for Southwest Bank BuildingOwner BMO Harris Bank says it only plans to tear down the structures between the two corner buildings, keeping the main building at the corner.
Vintage Loop Trolley Car Tagged with GraffitiGraffiti - already - on one of the new cars bought for the new Delmar Loop Trolley.
Belleville's Beer Hall, Convention Center Complex to Open By ThanksgivingMayor Mark Eckert says he's not too worried about the missed June deadline to open Hofbrauhaus.
Metro-East to Get Some HUD GrantsSen. Dick Durbin's office says Madison & St. Clair Counties among recipients
Missouri Unemployment Up But Still Below National RateThe total seasonally adjusted civilian labor force is about 3.1 million people.
Pigeons Knock Out Power in Monroe Co., Ill.Damage insulators on a transformer.
Study: Mortgages Harder to Get in Minority NeighborhoodsNational Community Reinvestment Coalition says it continues pattern of segregation, stalls redevelopment.
Local Real Estate Market Remains HOT!Record low mortgage rates spur sales, price increases.
Missouri ID Thief Used St. Louis County Car Dealership's InfoJohn Dean Townsend, of Pacific, Missouri, stole the personal ID of his customers while working at a car dealership in St. Louis County.
University of Missouri System's Credit Outlook is StableThe system announced Monday that Moody's Investors Service is maintaining the system's Aa1 credit rating.

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