Joe Edwards owns Blueberry Hill, and says the new development is the best thing to happen to the neighborhood in years.
The venture is a strategic investment in the Loop and the surrounding communities through which the university aims to provide a model of sustainable urban living.
City Manager Lehman Walker said the cameras are not only essential for the Loop. “We are putting cameras in other areas of University City as well.”
Edwards says the loss of a million dollar donation from the Missouri History Museum is frustrating but it won’t derail the project.
She was best known for the 1965 R&B hit “Rescue Me” which spent a month atop the R&B charts and climbed to #4 on the pop charts, selling over a million copies.
The trolley should be up and rolling by mid-2014.
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Can you think of a better way to spend the summer than relaxing with a good book? St. Louis has a multitude of sources for the literature lover who is looking for the right book to read and book club with which to share his or her reading interests. So, join a club and get lost in a good book.
St. Louis, MO (KMOX)–Teamwork, police believe, is the key to quelling violence in the Delmar Loop. One common complaint has been that, come University City’s 9 p.m. curfew, the police there just push rowdy teens […]
Police, business owners, mayors say Saturday’s night’s violence was not typical.