Police Chief Richard J. Ramereiz Jr. has assigned Officer Adam Hoy the duty of updating St. Louis’s inoperable vehicle enforcement. Hoy “has created a tracking system for logging violations and warnings,” wrote […]
I am editor and publisher of the St. Louis Sentinel, an online newspaper just for St. Louis, Michigan. I have lived in St. Louis since 2011 and run a window cleaning business called I Feel Your Pane. My journalism experience is 14 years as reporter, editor and copy editor from 1987 to 2001.
The St. Louis Board of Education voted 4-0 Monday to approve an amended 2017-18 budget that increases expenses more than revenue and leaves the district with a $400,000 deficit that will necessitate […]
St. Louis City Council members voted 3-0 Tuesday to approve new requirements for property owners wishing to be excused from paying property taxes on account of poverty. To be eligible, a person […]
St. Louis City Council will hold a public hearing on a five-year plan for the city’s 17 acres of existing parkland and potential development of the Velsicol Chemical site as parkland at […]
St. Louis City Council approved a $306,600 contract to paint the 500,000-gallon water tower near Michigan Avenue at its meeting on Jan. 8. Seven Brothers Painting of Shelby Township was the low […]
The city’s bid for state and federal dollars to fund replacement of the Pine River bridge on North Main Street in 2020 has been rejected, announced City Manager Kurt Giles at Tuesday’s […]
In its last meeting before Thanksgiving, the St. Louis City Council received an update on progress with the Velsicol chemical plant cleanup from Matt Baltusis, the state Department of Environmental Quality project […]