From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Goldenberg Heller & Antognoli opened a satellite office at 13 Wolf Creek Drive in Swansea, Illinois.
Justine Petersen was awarded $200,000 from the U.S. Small Business Administration’s PRIME program to enhance small business counseling to disadvantaged entrepreneurs and to expand outreach to rural entrepreneurs.
Veterans United Home Loans is donating $500,000 through its Veterans United Foundation toward the purchase of land for a tiny house community for veterans in the Jeff Vander Lou neighborhood.
The Illinois Biotechnology Innovation Organization and Goshen Education Consulting, a STEM educational evaluation and research center based in Edwardsville, received a $2.7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to design and implement STEM-based summer camps for children in military families.
MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
Florida-based Engineered Tax Services acquired both The Growth Partnership and the ABLE CRM platform. ETS plans to retain all current jobs and add an additional 16 jobs at the St. Louis location.
Pathways Health and Community Support LLC, a provider of behavioral and mental health services, acquired the following Community Intervention Services companies: Access Family Services, Family Behavioral Resources and Autism Education and Research Institute. The acquisitions will allow Pathways to expand and strengthen its presence in Pennsylvania and North Carolina and add new service lines in South Carolina.
Midwest BankCentre Inc. acquired Taylored Analytics to launch a new subsidiary, Rising Analytics. Kelvin Taylor, a founder of Taylored Analytics and executive vice president-chief information officer for Midwest BankCentre, will also serve as managing director of Rising Analytics.
Homefield Energy was selected by the city of Belleville for the local electricity aggregation program.
IAA Inc., a global digital marketplace connecting vehicle buyers and sellers, relocated and expanded its St. Louis East branch to 2436 Old Country Inn Drive in Caseyville.
NOUS Imaging co-founder Damien Fair was named one of 21 MacArthur Fellows for 2020.