Renovation of Historic Galesburg Theater Gets Rave ReviewsImprovements to the Orpheum Theatre in Galesburg have so far included a new sound system, stage curtains and a repaired roof.
Missouri Lieutenant Governor Office Renovations Top $50,000The office hasn't been updated since former Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder took office in 2005.
Alderman Discusses Public Funding for Scottrade Center RenovationThe public funding package would amount to "tens of millions of dollars," but nothing is specified yet.
County Library Upgrades Halfway FinishedThis week's reopening of St. Louis County Library's Oak Bend Branch means the $120 million renovation project is halfway done.
$4.5M Raised for Illinois Governor's Mansion RestorationA private fundraising campaign to restore the governor's mansion in Springfield has received about $4.5 million toward its estimated goal of $15 million.
Revamped St. Louis Riverfront Now Open for BusinessCeremony held to mark completion of $25 million facelift for Leonor K. Sullivan Blvd.
Illinois Governor's Mansion Renovation Gets $1M in DonationsThe mansion has fallen into disrepair in recent years with a flooded basement, leaky roof and peeling paint.
Nonprofit Reaches Fundraising Goal for Gateway Arch Upgrade A nonprofit coordinating a $380-million renovation of the Gateway Arch grounds in St. Louis says it has reached its fundraising goal of $250 million.
Mississippi River Flooding May Cause Delay In Arch Grounds RenovationFloodwaters must sink further to allow for inspection of riverbank and possible damage.
Cards' Spring Training Stadium Adds New 'Bullpen Club' SeatsThe new club seats will be built over the grass hill, which was a cheaper seating option.
Berkeley Breaks Ground on New $5.5 Million Police DepartmentBerkeley's entire police also will be wearing body cameras, paid for by a DEA grant program.
$40 Million Renovation Expected to Extend Capitol Building Life A $40 million renovation project is underway at the Capitol. It includes a number of phases to be completed over multiple years in different portions of the building, according to Office of Administration Director of Communications Ryan Burns.