Ellisville Gets New Stores to Fill Its Empty BuildingsThe K-mart which closed last year at Clarkson and Manchester Rds. will be replaced with Sports Authority, Michaels and Party City.
Pet Goats for Ellisville Resident's Anxiety Bring About CompromiseAn Ellisville family may get to keep their pair of pet goats because of a "medicinal goat ordinance."
Ellisville Buying Body Cams Mayor Adam Paul says police approve of new technology purchase
Mark Reardon: Will St. Louis City & County Really Be Better Together?Will St. Louis City and County be better together? Mark talks with Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul and Better Together's Executive Director Nancy Rice.
Ellisville Kicks Out Red Light CamerasCouncil members decided to kill the city's controversial red light camera program, citing a series of recent court rulings.
Ellisville Mayor Paul Running for County CouncilPaul was elected in a four-way race in April 2012 after plastering the slogan "No Walmart" on his yard signs.
Ellisville Ex-Mayor Pirrello Sets Sights on County ExecutiveHe says the Walmart and impeachment controversies are "more of a springboard and less of a hinderance."
Ellisville Mayor Defends Decision to Audit His CityMayor Adam Paul calls it a stressful situation and says the request for bids has gone out to audit companies.
Private Firm Will Audit City of EllisvilleA private firm will soon be hired to audit the City of Ellisville. Tuesday night the Ellisville City Council unanimously approved the audit requested by Mayor Adam Paul.
Walmart Again Says It's Done With Ellisville Project"I compare it to a bad parody of the TV series 'Lost' where one second you think you know what's going on or what's transpired and the next second you're scratching your head"
Ellisville Mystery: Why Does Draft of Budget Nix Free Trash Pick-Up?Mayor Adam Paul says the budget cut is a ploy by city staff to make it seem like a long-disputed Walmart development is necessary or services will disappear.
Ellisville Hearing on Walmart Development Cancelled - For NowRepresentatives for developer Sansone Group didn't show up and Walmart's corporate office said the company wanted to bring in their own attorneys anyway.