Notice of Rate Increase


Construction Meeting Set

   The second of two construction meetings involving the Main Street construction project in Troy, to begin next spring, will be held on Saturday, November 1, from 9:30-11 a.m. at St. Jerome Catholic Church.

Troy Committee Meeting Scheduled

   The Troy Economic Development Committee will hold a meeting on October 30, 2014, at 6:30 p.m. at the Municipal Building, 116 East Market Street, Troy.
Agenda:
1. Call to order
2. Review proposed incentive policy
3. TIF Report/Joint Review Board meeting date
4. Review downtown store front application
5.Tourism update
6. Adjournment

October 30, 2014 edition available

   The October 30, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is available!
    Some of the stories in this issue: Triad to Move Forward on Working Cash Bond Option, St. Jacob Changes Water Ordinance Late Fees, Troy Installs New Welcome Signs, General Election Slated for November 4, Students Work on Set Design for Fall Play, Planned Marijuana Growing Facility in Troy Awaits Decision, D&K Backhow Work Completed On 159/162 Sanitary Sewer Lines, Video Gaming Opponents Say Crime Does Occur With Gaming, Knights Guarantee Playoff Spot With 27-22 Win; plus we have police blotters, a column about quality education and adequate funding, photo essays on the upcoming fall play at Triad and on the annual Pumpkin Drop, and a whole lot more. We have obituaries for Evelyn J. Gard, Elda L. Hencke, Shirely S. Odle, Donald A. Dressel, Russell “Russ” Klaustermeier, and Edward D. Hamilton.
    As a reminder, subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

October 23, 2014 edition is available

   The October 23, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
    Some of the stories in this issue: Adventure Night Event at Park Goes Over Big; Council Approves Ordinance about Scrap Metal Revenues, Maryville Police Honored by SILEC and SIPCA, Hancock Retires from Troy FPD After 23 Years, New Soft Surface Installed at Playground, Question of Video Gaming Put to Maryville Voters, Marine Police Chief Gives Update on Recent Department Changes, Marine Resident Richard Millett Honored, Knights Top Waterloo 28-14; plus we have police blotters, a column about the coming General Election, a full page of photos about the Adventure Night at the park, news about upcoming fall and Halloween events, lots of classified ads, and a whole lot more. We have obituaries for Joseph C. Barbata and Lawrence F. Pollmann.
    As a reminder, subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

October 16, 2014 edition available

   The October 16, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
    Some of the stories in this issue: School District Seeks to Engage Community, Local Volunteers Participate in Cleanup Projects, Maryville Considers Equipment for Fire Department, Maryville Looks at Drainage Plan, Kelly Miller Circus Tradition Lives On, Triad Marching Band Earns Two Grand Championship Trophies; plus we have police blotters, a column about the enormous animal kingdom that surrounds us, a full page of circus photos, local sports coverage, and a whole lot more! We have obituaries for Dorothy Hoelscher, Cathy E. Stewart, and Jerry Ward. This issue contains a special Voter Information Guide Insert for the upcoming General Election on November 4.
    As a reminder, subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

October 9, 2014 edition available

   The October 9, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the stories in this issue: Troy Council OKs TIF Funding For Extension, Second Flu Shot Day Scheduled, St. Jacob Considers Issue of Golf Carts on Streets, Triad Schools Conduct Safety Training, Judge Rules Against St. Jacob in Water Dispute, Troy To Get New Restaurant, Nightmare First Half Dooms Football Knights, plus a whole lot more! This issue has obituaries for Joseph L. Barlow Jr., Armin Bossler, Kenneth Sutter Jr., and Colleen M. Penrod.
   As a reminder, subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

October 2, 2014 edition available

 The October 2, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is off the presses!
   Some of the stories in this issue: Triad District Faces Bandwidth Challenge, Chamber Announces Community Expo, Lightning Damages Maryville PD Equipment, Circus Returning to Troy, Glen Carbon Appoints Todd Link As Police Chief, TheBANK of Edwardsville Donates Money for K-9 Unit, Mersinger Log Cabin to be Open for Scenic By-Way Tour; plus we have police blotters, a column about escalating tax rates, and two full pages of local sports coverage, along with a full page of photos of the Triad High School Homecoming Dance, and a whole lot more! We have obituaries for Robert G. Arlt, Johnny Garcia, and Robert Amner Droy.
   As a reminder, subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

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