Granite City

(redirected from The granite city)

Granite City,

city (1990 pop. 32,862), Madison co., SW Ill., an industrial suburb of East St. Louis, on the Mississippi; inc. 1896. It has port and rail connections. Some metal products are manufactured; however, the suburb has been affected by the surrounding cities and area, which have become highly depressed economically due to declining industries.
References in periodicals archive ?
Shrader has worked for multiple publications since his start in advertising sales in 1979 at the Granite City (Mo.
The Granite City cokemaking facility, which began operations in 2009, has annual cokemaking capacity of 650,000 tons and produces super-heated steam for power generation.
The close of the Granite City facility acquisition is subject to customary closing conditions for such transactions.
The Granite City Housing Authority has chosen IMPACT Strategies for beginning the construction of the second phase for the federally-funded Granite City Green Community project, a nearly $4 million multifamily development located at Nameoki Road and Edwards Street.
com)-- The Kidsafe Digital Child Safety System will be in the Granite City area and it's totally private and no charge to parents.
We've teamed up with The County Saab Scottish Rally Championship to offer this fabulous prize for two lucky readers on Friday near Aberdeen, the day before the Granite City Rally.
The blunder - in a section promoting some of Britain's best golf courses - calls Edinburgh the Granite City, the nickname for Aberdeen.
6 million raised with Aethlon Capital acting as placement agent, will be used to expand the Granite City Food & Brewery concept to other cities throughout the U.
Since resuming production in 1989, the Granite City plant has been operating one shift with 250 employees.
The company acquired the Granite City facility in 1991 and has expanded numerous times since then, including building a warehouse in 2001.
To keep up with the growing demand for the steel castings used to make the freight cars, ASF in 1982 invested $14 million in the Granite City facility, which at the time was considered the largest producer of steel castings for railroad cars.