Former homeless veteran cooks feast for other former homeless vets
The man was assaulted near the St. Louis Post-Dispatch building at Cole and Tucker and remains hospitalized with a serious head injury.
Many homeless say if the center is shut down, they will not leave the area.
Seven people are now homeless after a challenging late-morning, two-alarm fire in south St. Louis’ Shaw Neighborhood.
St. Louis city officials are warning about professional panhandlers posing as local homeless
With yesterday’s grand opening of McMurphy’s Cafe, the St. Patrick Center continued its effort to train the homeless so they can get jobs and get off the streets.
The capital and most populous city in Iowa is telling its homeless that they are not wanted anymore.
Last month, St. Louis postponed a decision on whether to shut down the New Life Evangelistic Center for the homeless following months of testimony from nearby residents who complained of loud noise, fights and public urination.
50 chronically homeless veterans are getting apartments as part of St. Louis’ Operation Reveille.
It could be next month before the St. Louis Board of Public Service makes a decision on revoking New Life Evangelistic Center’s hotel license. A determination hearing, scheduled for today, has been postponed by the board to review all the legal documents.