The shark and diving cage sculpture that will soon decorate the grounds outside the city pool has been finished and is being stored at an undisclosed location. Paid for by a grant […]
By Ralph Echtinaw The St. Louis farmers market might get a new home within the next few years, after setting up in the parking lot of city hall since it began. “We’re […]
By Ralph Echtinaw EPA Project Director Tom Alcamo gave city council a report last week on progress at the Velsicol Chemical contamination cleanup site. A one-acre patch of the 54-acre site was […]
By Ralph Echtinaw St. Louis City Council voted unanimously June 4 to adopt a budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year that tops $17 million. Capital improvement projects in the budget include: Preventative […]
The weather couldn’t have been better for the Memorial Day parade and cemetery ceremony in St. Louis today. Here are a few pictures of it.
By Ralph Echtinaw Sewer and water rates continued their upward spiral Tuesday as city council voted unanimously to increase charges to homeowners by 10.5 percent beginning Aug. 1. The increases are the […]
By Ralph Echtinaw Congressman John Moolenaar, state Rep. James Lower, state Sen. Rick Outman and Michigan GOP Vice Chair Terry Bowman spoke to the Gratiot County Republican Party at the Alma Elks […]