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Councilman Glickert Offers Apology Over Shoving Incident

by Margaret Gillerman
A University City council member publicly apologized at a packed city council meeting for having pushed a citizen last year, but he does not intend to resign his council seat because of it.

Rock 'n' Roll Legend Chuck Berry Dies At 90

Rock 'n' roll pioneer Chuck Berry died Saturday, March 18, at his home in Wentzville at the age of 90.

Clayton To Consider New Human Rights Commission

by Mitch Schneider
In response to high-profile hate crimes reported from across the country, including Feb. 18-19 vandalism at a Jewish cemetery in University City, a former Clayton mayor has suggested a step to combating such issues.

Funding Moves Ahead For 25-Story Building At Forsyth & Brentwood

by Mitch Schneider
The Clayton Board of Aldermen has approved a preliminary funding agreement with the developer of a proposed project in the city's downtown area.

U. City Council Votes To Fire City Manager, Clerk

Former City Manager Lehman Walker still has lawsuit pending against the city

by Margaret Gillerman
City Manager Lehman Walker and City Clerk Joyce Pumm have been fired in the latest upheaval in University City.

University City Votes 6-0 To Become A "Welcoming City" To Immigrants

City also introduces bill to keep registry of hate crime offenders

by Margaret Gillerman
The City Council of University has voted to stand up for immigrants and has declared the city a "welcoming" community.

University City Cemetery Vandalism Investigation Ongoing

Community rallies for clean up efforts at Chesed Shel Emeth

by Jaime Mowers
Hundreds of volunteers have come together in the clean up and restoration efforts at a Jewish cemetery where 154 headstones were toppled last month, but University City police are still looking for the perpetrators of the crime.

Clayton Reviews Pair Of Major Development Projects

Seven-story building at old Schnucks site; mixed-use on Forsyth

by Mitch Schneider
Over the last several weeks, the Clayton Plan Commission/Architectural Review Board has held conceptual reviews of several proposed projects in the city.

Loop Trolley Now Aims For Summer Debut

Testing begins this month along 2.2-mile track

The Delmar Loop's blast from the past is on track for a public unveiling this summer. At a press conference on March 2, the Loop Trolley Company showcased its first refurbished trolley No. 001 and announced that testing is set to begin later this month for the streetcar system that has been 20 years in the making.

COCA plans $40 million facility expansion

by Margaret Gillerman
Almost any day of the week the Center of Creative Arts (COCA) in University City is filled with people of all ages tap dancing or hip-hopping, singing arias, painting, sketching, pirouetting or enjoying other creative pursuits.
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