2nd Street Bike Stop Cafe May Move to Main Street
Jodi Devonshire and Tony Caruso, owners of the in Frenchtown, are pondering moving the shop to South Main Street into a building located behind .
The 1,500 square foot building is owned by former city councilman Larry Muench and used to be the home of the Lewis and Clark Museum and Nature Center, which moved to the on the riverfront.
Muench said nothing has been formalized, however, he's hopeful that the location would work well for the Bike Stop Cafe.
"They'll have a bigger outside section and a bigger inside section," he said, adding there aren't too many places to grab breakfast on South Main Street. "I think the bikers will show up there."
For now, the Cafe has a sign hanging on outside of the the new location. A move could happen sometime this fall.
Sage Books Frenchtown, located at 1128 N. 2nd Street, announced via Facebook plans to shut the store in September. The used book store is owned by Francis Howell Central graduate , a college student. She opened the book store up in June 2011. She is offering sales to clear out inventory before closing.
Streets of St. Charles Dental Opens
Streets of St. Charles Dental opened at Streets of St. Charles Aug. 28. The facility offers full service dental care and is an affiliate of Heartland Dental Care.
The office is located on the main floor of the first building to be opened at Streets of St. Charles. Other businesses located in the building include the Art Institute, Five Guys Burgers and Fries and Wamhoff Financial. For more information about Streets of St. Charles Dental, visit their Facebook page.
Connections to Success Could Win $10,000
Kathy Lambert, co-founder of is one of 10 finalists in the Ameren Missouri Powers Change grant program. Fans of the Ameren Missouri Facebook Page can vote for the organization to win a $10,000 grand prize. The runner up can win $2,500, and the eight remaining finalists can win $1,000. Voting continues until Aug. 31. Vote here Facebook.com/AmerenMissouri.