The Delmar Loop trolley is on track to start laying tracks this spring.
The state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has awarded funding to eight schools in St. Louis and four in St. Louis County’s Riverview Gardens School District.
The federal grant is part of President Barack Obama’s strategy to develop and maintain a wide variety of energy sources.
The grant goes to the university’s Department of Defense and Strategic Studies.
The money will help train future leaders in the nuclear industry.
Council members Monday evening approved building a new fire station to replace the city’s historic, 108-year-old firehouse on Delmar Boulevard.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says the intent is to protect habitat important for the endangered gray bat, the threatened Ozark cavefish and the Missouri bladderpod, which is a threatened plant.
Infusion of federal cash may prevent immediate layoffs, but long-term budget problems remain.
Allows department to return to full staffing
A St. Louis jazz pianist performs at the White House State Dinner, a Sanibel, FL, mayor rejects a $10 mil earmark for her area, is the State of Illinois looking at bankruptcy, an organized crime sweep in New York against seven families and a mountain lion sighting in Chesterfield, MO? Charlie discusses.