An Owensville man is charged with domestic assault for allegedly kicking, choking and punching a woman as she held a young child.
For the second consecutive year, Ameren Missouri received the J.D. Power award for the highest ranking among large Midwest utilities for overall customer satisfaction with business electric service customers.
The Union R-XI School Board is searching for ways to cut energy costs and prepare for future facilities issues through project management companies.
City officials took a moment during the Jan. 17 board of aldermen meeting to recognize Cleta Null for the 25-year Adopt-a-Family program that she created to assist families at Christmas.
After recently launching fried chicken Sunday supper buffets at the Old Barn Inn, Datra Herzog, owner of The Inns at St. Albans, purchased the nearby historic Head’s Store.
Planners of the 2017 St. Patrick’s Day Parade say they are changing the date of the parade to the Saturday prior to March 17 rather than the previously announced day of the Saturday after St. Pat’s Day.
After being officially sworn in on Jan. 4, new State Rep. Nate Tate, R-St. Clair, is getting into the Jefferson City swing and has filed his first bill
The city operations committee will discuss the condition of roads and bridges to determine which projects could be submitted for federal funding to East-West Gateway Council of Governments (EWGCOG).
Union resident Peggy Piotraschke has helped the dream of the Disabled Veterans Memorial become a reality, with the single largest individual donation toward the project since fundraising began two years ago.
Immanuel Lutheran, new owners of the former Fifth Street School, presented demolition plans for the building at Tuesday night’s Historic Preservation Commission meeting.
When the Franklin County Adult Detention Center was originally built in 1985 it was designed to house a maximum of 107 inmates. In 2016, the average jail residency was 138 inmates, with a one-day high of 164.
An alert off-duty Washington police officer Sunday helped lead Franklin County deputies to two suspects in a Pacific area burglary.
The public is invited to attend the Washington Historical Society’s annual January fundraising dinner Thursday, Jan. 26, at the Vineyard at Riverbend Chapel.
With the support of the Missouri delegation, U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer has reintroduced legislation to designate the U.S. Postal Service building in Pacific as the “Specialist Jeffrey L. White Jr. Post Office.”
The city of Union has received the required MS4 Stormwater Management Permit, City Engineer Jonathan Zimmermann told the personnel, finance and public works committee last week.
Union police officers may soon begin carrying naloxone hydrochloride to help save the lives of citizens who have overdosed on prescription opioids or heroin, said Police Chief Norman Brune.
A Union property owner has received a one-month reprieve before the city moves forward with the cleanup of his property, which was declared a nuisance.
In the wake of a Monday’s sweeping cuts to Missouri’s higher education budget by Gov. Eric Greitens, East Central College (ECC) is prepping for new budgetary challenges.
As the 100th anniversary of the U.S. involvement in World War I approaches, the Missouri Historical Society is reminding history buffs that Missouri sent more than soldiers “over there.’’
The city of Washington and regional partners will make strides this year to market the Missouri River as one of the city’s greatest assets.
Money earned by civic groups, schools and churches which worked the gates, parking lots and concession stands at the 2016 Washington Town and Country Fair totaled $145,299 — a new record.
Members of Girl Scout Junior Troop 244 are combining an effort to build up their camping equipment lending locker with a project to earn their bronze award.
A mobile home off of Westwood Road in the rural St. Clair area burned to the ground Wednesday, Jan. 18, despite firefighters efforts to save it. A neighbor, who said he called in the fire, told The Missourian the home was unoccupied when the fire broke out. See the full story in the weekend …
Judge Walter A. Murray said he is retiring again after handing the reins of the Franklin County Municipal Court to his successor Craig Hellmann.