Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Here are some of the calls investigated by Creve Coeur Police last week.
January 31, 2012 Creve Coeur Police responded to an AmerenUE facility on Bauer Blvd for a report of 18 feet of stolen copper wire. Police said the cable was worth about $80 but repairing the damage will cost $800. The theft took place sometime between January 27-January 30. January 31, 2012 At the same AmerenUE location, police were called to investigate the theft of a $1500 Husqvarna Demo saw, which is alleged to have happened sometime in January. February 1, 2012 Police responded to Patriot Coal as part of an investigation into a former employee who is alleged to have put roughly $20,000 in personal charges on a company credit card over a 2-3 year period. The investigation is ongoing. February 4, 2012 Police say $4800 in lottery "…
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Challenge would encourage city, businesses and residents to buy and consume renewable energy sources.
Creve Coeur could become the second city in Missouri to join an EPA-backed program that encourages communities to increase the amount of "green power" used by local government businesses and residents. Representatives from Clayton-based Microgrid Energy and a firm partnering with Ameren on the project briefed city council members during a Monday work session. The idea has already been endorsed by the city's Climate Action Task Force. The City of Clayton recently became the first community to get on board and was the state's first city to get the Green Power designation in April. Creve Coeur would be expected to get 3 percent of its energy, either through housing renewable fuel technology, or by purchasing renewable energy credits, from …
Monday, May 23, 2011
Severe thunderstorms striking the Creve Coeur area Monday.
To report a power outage, contact Ameren Missouri: 800.552.7583 or click here to track outages by ZIP Code. If you are in need of shelter, contact the Creve Coeur Fire Protection District: 432-5570. To talk to MoDot Customer Service: 1-888-275-6636 or click here for a check on statewide road conditions. To monitor live traffic cameras in the St. Louis area courtesy of the Gateway Guide system, click here. You can also monitor National Weather Service forecasts for the area.
Saturday, April 23, 2011
St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay said the airport's Terminal One sustained the most damage.
St. Louis travelers have a bit of good news in light of Friday storms: Lambert Airport should operate at 70 percent capacity by Sunday. Officials said in a news conference Saturday morning that Terminal One sustained the most damage, while Terminal Two had limited damage. St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay said that he was stunned by the condition the airport was in last night but that airport employees have worked around the clock to get the airport running again. Slay said the airport should go to 100 percent capacity by the middle of the week. St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley said no St. Louis County residents lost their lives. "It's simply a blessing," Dooley said. While no lives were lost, there were still injuries. Lambert Airport…
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
A roundup of St. Louis news headlines for Wednesday.
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Monday, January 10, 2011
Ameren Missouri gives Creve Coeur facility $250,000.
The kitchen and dining area of the Ronald McDonald House on the campus of St. John’s Mercy Medical Center was the center of activity on Monday. Families shared tables in the brightly-lit, comfortable space, and sharp-looking, aproned attendants stood behind a buffet line of pasta and salad. They were gathered to commemorate Ameren Missouri’s $250,000 donation to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of St. Louis. Because of this generous gift, Ameren will have naming rights to the kitchen of St. Louis' newest Ronald McDonald House. Richard Mark, Senior Vice President of Ameren Missouri Customer Operations, handed a large, mock check over to RMHC of Metro St. Louis president Dan Harbaugh. They both spoke of the “home away from home” …