Police responded to a call for a "suspicious auto" at about 5 p.m. Friday and discovered the two bodies.
This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon, Oct. 27, 2012 - Carol Perkins said her 26 years with renowned zoologist Marlin Perkins was more than a marriage. It was an adventure. She would often recall in interviews a trip to the Belgian Congo with her then newly minted husband. She awoke one night to find a large lizard under her pillow.
Big fight brewing at Metro as Madison County’s Prenzler alleges the hiring of Bi-State CEO was illegitimate
Move comes as Illinois bill would give St. Clair County more sway over the agency that operates MetroLink.
The underground pop-up restaurant scene is growing, and St. Louis is no exception . Pop-ups are a way for amateur chefs to experiment with selling their cuisine without the commitment of daily catering and operating from a brick-and-mortar shop. They also help talented newcomers build a following and give diners a chance to taste the latest and greatest. They are set up in the kitchens of established restaurants, held in a private homes and can even be found on a downtown roof. They provide a chance for chefs to test the waters. Established local chefs like Gerard Craft, Michael Gallina and Mike Randolph host pop-ups around a new opening or to scratch a creative itch, while others like Logan Ely use them to test a market and figure out how to run a business.
The law was scheduled to take effect next week.
Businesses in Fairview Heights may soon find private investors to help them make their buildings more energy efficient. The Fairview Heights City Council will consider a proposal today to establish a Property Assessed Clean Energy financing program in the city. The PACE program gives commercial property owners access to long-term loans for efficiency upgrades. It would help new and existing businesses invest in their properties, said Paul Ellis, the city’s director of economic development.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 48.93 points, or 0.19%, at the open to 26,086.86.
Lynn Beckwith Jr. says the board has a responsibility to all of St. Louis County, not to NIMBYs in Frontenac.
“This community needs restored hope,” said Shonte Byrd, community engagement coordinator for St. Louis County Police, who is working on the project.
Her grandmother said the city should do a better job fixing broken park equipment. But the city didn’t accept blame.
A high-flying Missouri farmer committed suicide days after a federal judge sentenced him to more than a decade in prison for orchestrating what is believed to be the largest organic grain scam in United States history.
Randy Constant, 61, was found dead in Chillicothe, his hometown, the Livingston County coroner told the Associated Press.
For years, Constant bought amounts of non-organic grain and sold it as organic for massive profits.…