St. Louis Call Newspapers

Board picks developer for Crestwood project

By MIKE ANTHONY

July 6, 2005

The Sappington Square Corp. has been selected by the Crestwood Board of Aldermen to redevelop the southeast corner of Watson and Old Sappington roads.The Sappington Square Corp. is proposing a nearly $12 million redevelopment of the 5.7-acre site that is comprised of six properties containing a muffler...

Chiropractors participate in landmark project

May 18, 2005

Sean P. Casey, D.C., and David S. Hoffmann, D.C., chiropractic practitioners in the St. Louis area, recently participated in a research project for the chiropractic profession.Casey and Hoffmann were among approximately 10 percent of the nation's full-time licensed chiropractors who were randomly selected ...

UMSL graduate is new Southern Commercial VP

May 18, 2005

Southern Commercial Bank is pleased to announce the election of Kevin J. Coerver as Assistant Vice President. Coerver joined Southern Commercial in February 2005.He is a graduate of the University of Missouri-St. Louis and is a 1988 graduate of The Graduate School of Banking in Madison, Wis.He has been a membe...

Midwest Bank promotes Affton man to Vice Pres.

May 18, 2005

Mitch Bridges has been promoted to vice president of credit and risk management at Midwest BankCentre. The announcement was made by Ronald T. Barnes, president.Bridges, of Affton, oversees the credit quality of MBC's loan portfolio, supervising the bank's team of credit analysts.He joined MBC as a loan re...

Employment group will expand its client service

Terri Palucci

May 18, 2005

Professional Employment Group promoted Terri A. Palucci, of Affton, to director of client services.As part of this transition, Rachael M. Bedolli has been promoted to director of operations, and Holli N. Kepner has joined as a client services assistant.Palucci has more than eight years of experience wi...

Coleman is named new credit officer for bank

Vince Coleman

May 18, 2005

Southern Commer-cial Bank announces the election of Vincent S. Coleman as senior vice president and chief credit officer.He has both a bachelor's and a master's degree of business administration from the University of Missouri-Columbia.Before joining Southern Commercial Bank, Coleman was a Senior Vic...

Lindbergh near deal on purchase of property

May 4, 2005

Staff ReportThe Lindbergh School District and the Matco Machine & Tool Co. may have reached a deal that will keep a new 25,000-square-foot warehouse out of Crestwood Elementary School's back yard.Matco planned to construct the 30-foot-tall office and warehouse facility on a va-cant section of property at 9...

State attorney general urges residents to order free copies of their credit reports

March 2, 2005

Missourians should take advantage of the upcoming opportunity to order free copies of their individual credit reports, Attorney General Jay Nixon says.Beginning this week, a recent change in federal law requires the three nationwide consumer credit reporting companies to provide residents of Missouri ...

Wireless computing: ready to cut the cord?

Wireless technology offers numerous benefits for business.

December 29, 2004

The wireless revolution in personal computers is officially underway and that could be good for our economy.Employees in small businesses worldwide are tapping the Internet, checking e-mail and accessing office networks without being tethered to network cables. That's because the flexibility and scala...

Market study critical to redevelopment of mall, Greer says

December 22, 2004

By MIKE ANTHONYExecutive EditorA market analysis and feasibility study is critical to the proposed redevelopment of the Westfield Shoppingtown Crestwood, according to Crestwood City Administrator Don Greer.The Board of Aldermen last week took the first steps toward the proposed redevelopment of the sh...

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