Two St. Louis-area breweries beat out heavy competition to earn medals at this year's Great American Beer Festival.
The Creve Coeur-based retailer has notified 181 headquarters employees that some will definitely lose their jobs while others might still keep their employment under a new owner.
Bank of Belleville has completed a $7 million expansion by adding locations it owns in Madison, Monroe and Clinton counties, and also has named a new chief lending officer.
Three top executives at a Creve Coeur firm have left the company in recent months, adding to recent leadership changes that have included a new CEO.
A Cole County judge rewrote the ballot titles for six initiative petitions seeking to enshrine the right to abortion in the Missouri Constitution, ruling that 13 phrases in the summaries written by Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft are “argumentative” or unfairly biased. In a ruling issued Monday morning, Circuit Judge Jon Beetem wrote that the summaries crafted by Ashcroft completely ignored the initiative proposals’ protections for contraceptives and other reproductive health needs. In a…
At the center of Missouri’s massive marijuana recall is a THC concentrate, or distillate, made partially from hemp. Robertsville-based marijuana manufacturer Delta Extraction has denied accusations that it illegally imported marijuana into the state by arguing it actually imported a non-psychoactive hemp product that was converted into THC once in Missouri. The commissioner overseeing Delta’s appeal of the recall and license suspension said the company will likely lose that argument, because…
The St. Louis Board of Aldermen will hold a virtual meeting Monday night to review residents' ideas for how to spend use $250 million in Rams settlement money allocated to the city government.
Two local restaurants — Mission Taco Joint and The Fountain on Locust — have launched happy hours, as their owners say the pandemic changed people’s dining patterns.
The 30-year fixed mortgage rate averaged 7.19% for the week ended Sept. 21 — up from 7.18% the prior week.
Registered nurses at SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital plan to hold a one-day strike "for patient safety and nurse retention," according to a press release Friday from National Nurses Organizing Committee, an affiliate of National Nurses United, The 24-hour strike will begin at 7 a.m. Monday, Sept. 25, and end at 6:59 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26, outside the hospital, located at 1201 S. Grand Blvd. Nurses, elected officials and community members are expected to attend. The organization said…
The top Republican in the Missouri House is facing allegations he threatened to terminate the employment of a nonpartisan legislative staffer who resisted his monthslong push to hire a private company to manage constituent information. House Speaker Dean Plocher vehemently denies the accusations, which were uncovered through public records obtained by The Independent under Missouri’s Sunshine Law. But Dana Miller, chief clerk of the House since 2018 and a chamber staff member since 2001, wrote…
The former Jamestown Mall in Florissant finally has a demolition date after sitting empty for nearly 10 years. The Florissant community and public officials will mark the start of demolition with a 10 a.m. ceremony Tuesday, Sept. 26. The mall, a 1.2 million-square-foot structure, first opened in 1973 and shut down in 2014. The 145-acre mall property now sits vacant at the intersection of Old Jamestown Road and North Highway 67. More: Contractor selected for Jamestown Mall demolition could…
The investment arm of one of St. Louis' largest privately held companies has taken a minority stake in a growing insurance business.
Cheyenne, Wyoming-based company is on track to open more than 20 stores this year, officials said.
A nonstop flight to another international destination will be added next spring from St. Louis Lambert International Airport.
Both of the newly acquired shareholders work on corporate law, one with clients in life sciences, agribusiness, ag/biotech and food industries, the other with clients ranging from emerging companies to publicly traded firms.
The beverage brand has also attracted investment from several other sports figures.
The 17-year lease, approved last month by the city’s Airport Commission, consists of a 48.3-acre parcel along Banshee Road referred to as the Northern Tract, former site of the McDonnell Douglas manufacturing facilities; and 109.5.acres known as Brownleigh that is bounded by Airport Road, Interstate 170 and James S. McDonnell Boulevard.
UAW President Shawn Fain called on workers at 38 facilities nationwide to walk out as talks with two of the Big Three have stalled.
September marked the first time the airline was sufficiently staffed with pilots to fly all of its aircraft, the CEO said during a stop in Denver.