“One big request from Mayor Slay and others in St. Louis is if you could put someone in charge of this, one person that really tries to be sure that all of this stays on focus, on time”
The river reached 35.5, feet 5.5 feet above flood stage, at a gauge near the Gateway Arch early Thursday morning but had fallen about a half-foot by midday.
Despite a five percent reduction in its budget, The Arch’s Memorial Day to Labor Day hours will not change.
Beating out Busch on the list are PNC Park in Pittsburgh, AT&T Park in San Francisco, Oriole Park in Baltimore, and Boston’s historic Fenway Park.
The goal remains to have the highway lid and other improvements done in time for the fiftieth anniversary of the Arch’s completion in the fall of 2015.
The $380 million project to redevelop the Gateway Arch grounds is getting a boost from an unexpected cost savings.
A majority of St. Charles County Council members said Wednesday they will not likely put the issue on the April 2 ballot.
The settlement of a lawsuit filed by the relatives of 23-year-old Randolph Scott Jr. was finalized Monday, with neither side admitting fault.
A Chicago engineering firm has just completed a study of the monument. They says the corrosion is simply discoloring, probably from the welds that hold the arch’s sections together.
When St. Louis’ humidity soars and the kids are tired of staying inside just for the air conditioning, it’s time for a little day trip. The city’s best spots to spend a summer day promise everything from stunning views the sparkling waters of the river from the arch to wet and wild fun at Raging Rivers. Pack up the mini van and hit the road for the best summer fun this side of the Mississippi.