St. Louis riverfront

Getty/Karen Bleier

Public Input Requested on Arch Project

Here’s your chance to provide input on a project designed to reshape the St. Louis riverfront.


Hopeville, a riverfront tent city for the homeless is demolished, May 11, 2012, (KMOX/Killeen)

Hopeville Wiped Off the Map — Homeless Relocated to Apartments and Motel

City officials plan to fight a minister’s plan to establish a new homeless tent city


City crews knock down Dignity Harbor homeless camp

City Knocks Down Dignity Harbor Homeless Camp

Some of the riverfront homeless sent to St. Louis County motel


Homeless Camp on the St. Louis Riverfront, spring 2011

Minister to Homeless Fights Plan to Shut Down Riverfront Tent Dwellings

The Rev. Larry Rice says tent cities are “cost effective to taxpayers”


Newly-posted signs warn riverfront homeless to move

Signs Posted Warning Riverfront Homeless of Eviction Deadline

After a fatal stabbing, assaults and several 9-1-1 calls, the city is cracking down


St. Louis Arch 2, Getty Images, Adam Jones

Possible Sales Tax to Pay for Arch Project

Voters could go to the polls later this year to consider a sales tax to fund improvements to the St. Louis riverfront and the Gateway Arch grounds.


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