The East Central College Board of Trustees did not approve a policy change to provide benefits for domestic partners during its meeting Monday night.
Despite hundreds of write-in votes Tuesday in the unopposed races for county offices, the winners — new and incumbent — are now solidified.
The voters of Missouri have spoken, approving a hike in the minimum wage, but rejecting propositions to raise taxes on gasoline and one of three medical marijuana questions.
Members of the clergy and different religious leaders came together in unity Friday, Nov. 2, at a temple in St. Louis in honor of the tragedy that occurred in Pittsburgh. One of the guest speakers was a pastor from St. Clair.
Franklin County voters followed the statewide trends Tuesday, approving three referendums involving ethics reform, medical marijuana and bingo games.
The East Central College Board of Trustees approved a bid from Rixan Automation, Dayton, Ohio, for the purchase of two robot trainer bases during its meeting Monday, Nov. 5.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) public comment period ends Tuesday for the proposal to add the Sporlan Valve Plant No. 1 to the federal Superfund National Priorities List (NPL).
The Washington 353 Redevelopment Corporation, an arm of the city, at its annual meeting Wednesday adopted a new policy in regard to its industrial development operations.
Just two days after winning re-election to a second term, Republican Dave Schatz, Sullivan, has been selected by his peers to the second highest position in the Missouri Senate.
Washington School District officials met with South Point Elementary parents this week to discuss building repairs and the need for a new school facility.
After reports that a resident complained he had been stung by a neighbor’s bees last month, two more residents have come forward to say they were stung by the same bees.
East Central College will host an International Day Festival Saturday, Nov. 10, in the Donald Shook Student Center Cafe from 10 a.m. to noon to celebrate cultures from around the globe.
In time for Veterans Day, the Gateway Region YMCA will now be permanently offering new membership rates exclusive to active duty military, including Guard and Reservists, veterans and their families.
A couple were given probation on the charges of placing someone in danger of death or serious bodily injury from a hazardous waste due to the improper transport and storage of 9 million pounds of hazardous waste in a warehouse in Franklin County.
Union High School graduate Dr. Jon Copeland, a general dentist in Wildwood, was honored Nov. 2 as the 2018 Missouri Dental Association (MDA) Outstanding New Dental Leader at the MDA House of Delegates.
Author Ann Hazelwood, of St. Charles, who has penned more than a dozen books centered on quilts, will join the Scenic Regional Library book club discussion Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 1 p.m.
Bikers and other recreational vehicle riders honored the memory of a favorite son Nov. 3 with a celebration to benefit his former church.
The East Central College Film and Lecture Series will continue Thursday, Nov. 8, at 6:30 p.m. with a screening of “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” in the ECC John Edson Anglin Performing Arts Center.
Poor Boyz Recycling is continuing its progress in complying with its conditional use agreement, according to Mayor Ron Blum. He gave aldermen an update during Monday’s board meeting.
As the skeletons and pumpkins of Halloween are packed away, Franklin County residents got another scare last week as tax bills began arriving in their mailboxes.