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Sunday, November 28, 2021

Cornerstone Laine goes to council

The Cornerstone Laine saga is now in the hands of the Waterloo City Council after the Waterloo Zoning Board of Appeals on Thursday night...

Zoning board to decide on Cornerstone Laine

Tuesday night, the Waterloo Planning Commission drafted a list of conditions it will recommend be included in a special use permit for the proposed...

Cornerstone Laine gets shot down

Last week, a saga of long public meetings regarding a proposed women-only recovery residence culminated with the Waterloo Zoning Board of Appeals voting against...

Supply chain issues threaten feast

Between higher costs and bigger birds, holiday dinners may look different this Thanksgiving.  Like many others in the meat industry, Schneider’s Quality Meats in Waterloo...

Weir selling its operations

A large area employer is changing ownership, but the current owner wants employees to know that the jobs are not going anywhere.  The Weir companies,...

Four coronavirus cases in Monroe County; 2 deaths in St. Clair County; 6 Randolph...

Monroe County health officials reported a fourth positive coronavirus case on Saturday. Monroe County Health Department Administrator John Wagner said it is a woman...

Coffee drive-thru coming to Waterloo

Scooter’s Coffee, a Midwest-based drive-thru coffee franchise, is bringing new locations to Waterloo and O’Fallon. This expansion is the result of a four-unit franchise agreement...

End of the trail for Camp Vandeventer

After 100 years of providing camping, leadership training and memories for Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts  in the area, Camp Vandeventer at 3464 Trout...

Missouri man, woman to be charged with Columbia bank robbery

Columbia police worked with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and area agencies to help track down those responsible for robbing Commerce Bank in Columbia...

Columbia mulls new TIF district

As one tax increment financing district ends in Columbia, another one may be beginning.  At last Tuesday’s Columbia City Council meeting, Columbia Director of Community...

Gallagher’s to close temporarily

Gallagher’s Restaurant in Waterloo announced that it will be temporarily closing Jan. 1 to allow for renovations on its building.  “Our concept is to reinvest...

Lawsuit filed in toddler’s death

The parents of a 17-month-old boy who died after choking at a Columbia child care center in January filed a 32-count lawsuit in Monroe...
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