As we have mentioned many times before, economists are virtually unanimous in their agreement that publicly funded sports stadiums are bad investments for cities.
If you grab lunch at Sister Cities in the Dutchtown neighborhood of St. Louis, you’re likely to be greeted by Javion Johnson (going by JJ), who works the front of the popular Cajun and BBQ restaurant several days a week.
A recent editorial in the Post-Dispatch by former Clayton Mayor Ben Uchitelle once again set off a debate on how the region funds the
Dutchtown is a neighborhood in South St. Louis with a rich history and a vibrant community. The oldest standing Ted Drewes location still operates in the neighborhood, and a Dutchtown bakery served the very first gooey butter cake.
At first glance, this year’s ACT results in Missouri might give cause for optimism, but a little more digging shows that Missouri high schools could do much more to prepare students for college.
In recent years, the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) has faced growing criticism about the maintenance of Gravois Road (