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Are you a fan of the franchise's Kirkwood location? The company has announced plans to add 25 stores to the St. Louis area over the next five years.
Many have said that their concerns about traffic and trash from the gas station, which nearly doubled in size, are becoming a reality.
The set of six signs will be used to help guide visitors to the city's various businesses, restaurants and attractions.
The move effectively blocks the gas station and convenience store from being built at 915 N. Kirkwood Road.
The developer behind a plan to demolish a home at 750 N. Taylor Ave. and replace it with a new subdivision missed a one-year deadline to turn in all the required paperwork.
Although BARx CrossFit had received approval from the city for a Kirkwood location, the building's owner opted to sell the space instead of leasing it to the gym's owner.
Consumer Reports thinks so, apparently. Do you agree that Apple is slipping behind its rivals in the smartphone market?
The company said in a statement that the move is in reaction to the school shooting in Connecticut.
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The next-generation gaming console went on sale last weekend, but shortages are expected for those without pre-orders.
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