News releases from St. Louis Business Journal
The measure was championed by businesses like Mission Taco, which pivoted during the pandemic to packaging margaritas to customers ordering takeout.
The grocer updated its policy for shoppers this weekend, though its employees will continue to mask up.
With motorsports event, The Dome is set to host first pro sports event since pandemic's onset
May 14, 2021
A motorsports event scheduled for this weekend is expected to bring 30,000 fans to The Dome at America's Center. It marks the first, major ticketed sporting event at the downtown venue since the...
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The governments are working to produce guidance on how businesses can inquire about whether maskless patrons are vaccinated. "I would hope they would ask," said Mayor Tishaura Jones.
One of St. Louis largest privately held companies has bought certain assets of a business that makes regulators primarily sold to the recreational vehicle and camping equipment markets.
The endowment was established to provide a reliable source of income to fund the nonprofit organization's work focusing on the causes of malnutrition and hunger impacting the St. Louis region.
Grant's Farm announces reopening date
May 13, 2021
Grant's Farm will reopen later this month — offering several of its familiar experiences, like goat feeding, and will introduce new amenities, such as the Clydesdale Adventure.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Thursday said his administration wouldn't move to expand Medicaid eligibility in the state.
The nonprofit Saint Louis Fashion Fund, which promotes the fashion business and works to revitalize St. Louis' historic downtown garment district, has named a new leader.
St. Louis Blues increase fan attendance for playoffs
May 12, 2021
US Olympic Gymnastics trials moved from Enterprise Center to The Dome at America's Center
May 12, 2021
The Sports Commission said existing ticket holders will be given priority for buying tickets for the new venue at The Dome.
Seen as a critical job in city government, it has responsibility for departments including the Board of Public Service, Public Safety, Streets, Refuse, Parks/Recreation/Forestry, Fire, Building, Water...
Our Most Influential Business Women program recognizes remarkable women who excel in their careers and are making a big impact in St. Louis communities.
“St. Louis is always listed as one of the nation’s most generous communities, and we lived up to that reputation again yesterday," said Amelia Bond, president and CEO of the St. Louis Community...
'This is about a new beginning' | 3 Metro East cities officially merge to form Cahokia Heights
May 07, 2021
Curtis McCall Sr. is the new city's first mayor. His son, the former mayor of Cahokia, was one of the 150 people who lost their jobs in the merge.
The state is loosening restrictions on capacity for businesses in May and will fully reopen in June if Covid-19 metrics remain consistent or decrease.
This week in St. Louis business bankruptcies include Breckenridge Hills Fuel LLC and Shri Narayan LLC. For the year, St. Louis has recorded 5 business bankruptcy filings.
No appointment necessary: St. Louis County Library to expand hours, stop requiring appointments
May 06, 2021
The system said its popular curbside service, which allows patrons to pick up library items and printouts at all 20 branches, will still be available.
Former St. Louis alderman dies
May 06, 2021
The official represented parts of Carondelet, Princeton Heights and Boulevard Heights from 2011 to 2020.
Mizzou’s college of education gets $1M donation
May 06, 2021
The University of Missouri - Columbia College of Education has announced it received a $1 million donation from a couple with ties to the university to establish scholarships for students to become...
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Michigan company C3 Industries opens marijuana dispensary in St. Charles, its second in Missouri
May 06, 2021
A multi-state cannabis operator based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has opened High Profile marijuana dispensary in St. Charles, its second dispensary in Missouri and eighth nationally.
The annual 24-hour online event, which runs through midnight Thursday, raises money for St. Louis nonprofits, hard hit by the pandemic both in demand for services and lack of income due to...
St. Louis restaurant owners report 'sticker shock' as pandemic triggers supply shortages
May 05, 2021
Denny Corrigan opened O'Fallon's Irish Gypsy restaurant during the height of the pandemic, and he says it's been one curveball after another.
A restaurant that has operated in south St. Louis' Lindenwood Park neighborhood for five years has closed.
A new medical marijuana dispensary operator has opened a shop in St. Charles County, the first of five such Missouri locations.