St. Clair School principals shared English language assessments for the second quarter during a March meeting.
The Franklin County Health Department is strengthening its efforts to stop the spread of sexually transmitted diseases in multiple populations, including drug users.
A Jefferson County Circuit judge is scheduled to hear a motion for a change of venue in the case against the Union man charged in a 2017 homicide at the Bourbeuse River.
Matthew McGowan, a senior at St. Francis Borgia Regional High School, has been selected for the 2019 Missouri Scholars 100, a statewide program that honors 100 of Missouri’s top academic students in the graduating class of 2019.
The city public works commissioner is reviewing the cost of flashing traffic signs to slow traffic near schools and in one neighborhood.
A mandatory review, mandatory compliance design plan for the historic Roettger building on 120 W. Front St. in Downtown Washington was approved by the Washington Historic Preservation Commission Monday night.
Ginger Vaughn opened Serendipity Beyond Design in 2006. She started the business out of her home, but that only lasted a year.
In the first two months of 2019, the Franklin County Proposition P sales tax has already generated more than $1 million in revenues for law enforcement salaries and renovations to the adult detention and 911 centers.
The Meramec Valley R-III School District recognized its nine building Teachers of the Year at the March 20 board meeting, held in the Pacific High School auditorium.
The Washington Historic Preservation Commission approved design plans for the Riverfront Limited building on 18 E. Front St. in Washington during its meeting Monday night.
Pacific has begun studies to craft legislation for the growing, processing and dispensing of medical cannabis (marijuana) in the city, according to City Administrator Steve Roth.
A bill currently making its way through the Missouri House of Representatives that would require all Missourians to own a rifle is garnering national attention.
Hope Ranch of Missouri will kick off its “Restored With Hope” building campaign with a ribbon-cutting ceremony this Saturday, March 23, on its future building site in Stanton.
Sponsors for Washington Town & Country Fair Queen candidates were announced Saturday night at the Washington Area Chamber of Commerce banquet.
Rob Vossbrink, an American Family Insurance agency owner in Washington, has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program.
Despite the overall number of building permits applied for being the same in January and February, the number of single-family dwelling permits dropped last month and is nearly 20 less than in 2018.
Health Department Director Angie Hittson says as of Tuesday there have been no new cases of hepatitis A in Franklin County, but she does expect more before the outbreak is over.
Franklin County Second District Commissioner Dave Hinson has demanded an in-person meeting with St. Louis County emergency communication officials regarding the lack of cooperation from the neighboring county.
The St. Clair Board of Aldermen unanimously approved an ordinance Monday night that limits smoking, alcoholic beverages and drugs at parks.
Alderman Herb Adams said he hopes Pacific voters would not see the upcoming election, which includes two special tax increases on the ballot, as a competition among city programs.
The 2019 Washingtonian Award was presented to Judy and the late John D. “Butch” Droege Saturday night during the 80th annual Washington Area Chamber of Commerce banquet at the KC Hall.