Ronald Tenpas U.S. Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales has appointed U.S. Attorney Ronald J. Tenpas to serve a three-year term on his 2005 Attorney General’s Advisory Committee of United States Attorneys.
Wondering what the latest hoopla is around the St. Louis region? In a random street poll, Record reporter Heather Anderson asks people whether the NCAA Final Four showdown across the Mississippi is in their weekend plans.
Value Village in St. Louis.
The family of a man whose head was crushed in a baling machine filed a wrongful death lawsuit against International Baler Corp. of Jacksonville, Fla. in St. Clair County Circuit Court on March 24.
Ramon's El Dorado Restaurant in Collinsville A diner at a popular Mexican restaurant in Collinsville, who slipped and fell on an uneven floor, is seeking $50,000 in damages for injuries and lost time, according to a suit filed March 30 in Madison County Circuit Court.
9711 Fuser Road in Mascoutah. Dev-Co Limited Partnership filed a lawsuit against DDS Right Choice Services March 24 in St. Clair County Circuit Court seeking damages for damage DDS allegedly made while leasing a building on 9711 Fuesser Road in Mascoutah.
Pointing to a mound of black dirt in the yard of his current home repair project on Elm Street in Granite City, Kevin Link lamented, "There's a kid that works at McDonald's that asked me for work. If I had not paid a thousand in legal fees, I could have paid him to move this dirt."
Armettia Peach, who stands to gain a $78,242.50 judgment against Granite City for issuing an occupancy permit when it shouldn't have, originally aimed her suit erroneously at A2Z Construction co-owners Kevin Link and David Lambert, claiming they performed cosmetic repairs that hid numerous defects.
Kevin Link, a home repairman in Granite City, got caught in a legal web. In the course of helping people improve their lots in life, Granite City home repairman Kevin Link was caught in a legal web strung by an opportunistic plaintiff and her attorney.
9 Briarcliff Dr. in Granite City--Peach offered $68,900 for it. Posing as the buyer of a Granite City home, a resourceful Madison County woman pulled $20,000 in $100 bills out of her purse and handed it over to an incredulous seller as down payment for a $68,900 house she had never seen on the inside.