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The Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday made the recommendation to approve medical marijuana amendments addressing dispensaries and growing facilities.

The Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday made the recommendation to approve medical marijuana amendments addressing dispensaries and growing facilities.

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Washington School District officials met this week with their architects to discuss exterior finishes for the new school to replace South Point Elementary.

The Washington City Council Monday, July 15, approved the officers presented by the Washington Fire Department through June 2020.

Larry Swim, the one-of-a-kind Monster Truck driver whose daring style changed the tempo of Bigfoot shows, has stepped away from exhibitions to spend more time with his family.

Two area wineries and a distillery won medals at the 13th Annual Mid-American Wine Competition held at the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) campus in Ankeny, Iowa.

An Owensville woman was arrested Monday, July 15, after a stolen recreational vehicle (RV) that had been making rounds on social media was sighted.

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The Washington Fire Department responded to a call Thursday, July 18, regarding a dog stuck in a culvert pipe at a house off of Country Club Grounds south of Washington.

There is still time to mark your calendar for the presentation on two Missouri female serial killers who scandalized Missouri in the 1920s.

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The primary concern at the shuttered Sporlan Valve plant on East Seventh Street in Washington is vapors that could end up in homes. 

The Washington Town & Country Fair will host a kickoff party Saturday, Aug. 3, from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Washington Farmers’ Market.

Express Employment Professionals in Union/Warrenton recently honored Ahmad Brown, Kim Luechtefeld, Kwa Montowine and Matthew Wojtasik as its top associates for the month of June.

It may be several years down the road, but members of the Franklin County Transportation Committee are tentatively agreeable with forgoing grant money to instead defer the funds to the Highway 47 improvement project in Union.

The Meramec Valley R-III School District received a $15,000 donation from Tim and Summer Husereau, along with team members of the Pacific MORE Realtor group.

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The goal for the 2019 Franklin County Area United Way campaign will be announced next week at a special kickoff breakfast for corporate contributors and other donors.

Three people sustained minor injuries in a three-vehicle crash Monday while westbound on Interstate 44 at the 249 mile-marker in Franklin County.

A plan to prorate business licenses throughout the year was approved by the Washington City Council Monday.

As summer wears on and temperatures rise, more people may flock to pools, lakes or rivers to cool off.

Schnuck Markets Inc. announced that Schnucks customers, vendors and the company donated a total of $1.25 million to the Folds of Honor Foundation, a nonprofit that provides educational scholarships to the spouses and children of veterans who were killed or injured in the line of duty.

A 1927 Allenton bank failure that ended with the indictment of seven local leaders will be revisited at the next meeting of the local history group.

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Transferring from the Washington School District, Chris Buenniger will begin his 13th year in education as the new assistant principal and athletics director for St. Clair Junior High School.

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The city and Downtown Washington Inc. are pursuing a federal grant to fund new affordable apartments downtown.