Find out when a rally will be held for the Rock Hill business.
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Find out why a petition is circulating on behalf of the Rock Hill business.
Friday, April 19, 2013
The Rock Hill mayor visited students at Rock Hill's The Goddard School as part of the Week of the Young Child.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Paul Martin serves as the city attorney for University City, Olivette, Rock Hill, Crystal Lake Park and Ellisville.
When does the impeachment of a government official in Ellisville impact Rock Hill residents? When the cities share a city attorney. Paul Martin, Rock Hill's, also serves in that capacity for the cities of Ellisville, Olivette, University City and Crystal Lake Park. During the recent impeachment of Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul, Martin's name was featured prominently in media coverage of the hearings. Ballwin-Ellisville Patch noted on March 20 that the spotlight fell on "City Attorney Paul Martin, who embattled Mayor Adam Paul has said is acting out of a desire to preserve the hundreds of thousands of dollars he receives in legal fees through his work with the city." Ballwin-Ellisville Patch reported that Martin’s firm was paid more than $372…
Monday, April 15, 2013
The city's board of aldermen will present Chief Paul Arnett with a proclamation for his years of service. Here's a look at other items before the board this week.
Friday, February 8, 2013
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported on the development this week.
Rumors of a CVS Pharmacy moving into the corner of Manchester and McKnight started sprouting up among area businesses in the spring of 2012. A broker on the project had been approaching business owners about it in April. By July, the company made it official in an announcement to the city's board of aldermen. Since then, the proposal has limped along the process as representatives have tried to secure tax-supported financing to move a temporary firehouse that would be in the way of the 13,225-square-foot store with a double pharmacy drive-thru. A special taxing district would be set up to generate $1.5 million in tax-increment financing that would go toward the firehouse relocation. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported this week that the …
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The tax rate will be among the issues considered at tonight's board of aldermen meeting.
Monday, February 4, 2013
Katie Lee's Clayton restaurant has won awards for its pizza, salad and toasted ravioli. Now she wants to open a second restaurant in Rock Hill.
The creator/chef/operator of Clayton artisan pizza shop, Katie’s Pizzeria, wants to expand, and is using the fund sourcing website, Kickstarter, to help her raise $40,000. Katie Lee’s five-year-old Katie’s Pizzeria has won Best Pizza from Sauce Magazine the past four years in a row. Now she’s adding artisan pasta to the menu and restaurant name. She plans on opening Katie’s Pizza and Pasta, in Rock Hill. "It’s an artisan theme, the other is artisan pizza. I’m adding artisan pasta," she said. “We’re going to have an open kitchen design,” Lee said. “There’ll be a wood-fired oven. The different colored pastas will be hanging up drying on display. Diners will see the whole artisan, Italian cooking process while they’re eating,” she said. Lee …
Friday, December 14, 2012
A bill to allow for the high-tech signage will be reexamined in 2013 after the planning and zoning chairman spoke out against the measure.
Earlier this month, the Rock Hill Planning and Zoning Commission decided to postpone action on a bill that would allow for electronic signs that change messages automatically, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. The type of signage, known as dynamic electronic signs, drew fire from David Lancaster, the commission chairman, who said at the commission's Dec. 4 meeting that the signs would add more "visual clutter to Manchester Road" and posed a distraction for drivers, according to the Post. The commission will reexamine the bill in 2013. To learn more, visit the St. Louis Post-Disatch. What do you think of dynamic electronic signs potentially coming to Rock Hill? SIMILAR STORIES
Saturday, October 6, 2012
The event is going on until 6 p.m. Come on out and be sure to stop by the "Webster Groves Patch" both for goodies! We're in the children's area by the petting zoo!
Hundreds braved brisk temperatures Saturday morning to take part in the Rock Hill Fast Festival parade. The festival, which includes a petting zoo, music and food from local vendors lasts until 6 p.m. Patch will have more photos from today's event first thing tomorrow morning!