St. Louis, MO: With an anticipated increase of some home heating sources by more than 25%, Heat-Up St. Louis, a regional, not-for-profit energy assistance charity covering 17 Missouri and Illinois Counties, helping seniors, disabled and needy households with small children stay warm each winter, held its first annual community gala — “The St. Louis Sisters, heating-up St. Louis.” benefit this past weekend. Vocalists Kim Massie and Erin Bode donated their talents, and the Hyatt donated the Faust’s/Pierre’s space, food and beverages, and AmerenUE provided a small grant, so that 100% of all ticket sales will support the efforts of the all-volunteer charity. With only a three-week window, the sold out charitable event raised $50,000, which included a special auction hosted by chair emeritus J. Kim Tucci.
Heat Advisory Issued Extreme heat will be returning to portions of eastern Missouri and southern Illinois. A Heat Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service in St. Louis and will remain in effect from noon today until 9:00 p.m. Thursday, July 29, 2021. Heat index values of up to 112°F are expected and […]
ST. LOUIS (June 16, 2021) – Today, Ameren Missouri donated $165,000 to Cooldownstlouis.org and Cooldownmissouri.org to support the most vulnerable customers in St. Louis and eastern Missouri. The company also donated 800 Energy Star® rated window air conditioners and 800 four-packs of LED lightbulbs for distribution throughout Missouri. On average, the energy-efficient air conditioners cost […]
Warmer Temperatures a Week Before Unofficial Start of Summer Serve as a Reminder to Protect Your Health
The City of St. Louis may see 90°F today, which according to the National Weather Service – St. Louis office is about 10°F above normal. With temperatures this warm before the unofficial start of the summer season next Monday, residents are encouraged to protect themselves, their families, work staff, and the community from heat dangers. […]