With a firm now in place to oversee upgrades to the Franklin County Jail/911 Center, focus will soon turn to funding the project.
Meramec Aggregates will once again make its case to keep a conditional use permit to the Board of Zoning Adjustment, but this time it will also make its own appeal.
The city of Union is reaching out to all Franklin County veterans to attend the upcoming disabled veterans and MIA/POW memorial dedication.
One Pacific area resident said she wished she could have personally paid the $225 that seems to be at the core of a longstanding dispute between Mayor Jeff Palmore and Alan Bruns, the former city sexton.
The first major step toward upgrading the Franklin County Jail and 911 Communication Center was taken Wednesday when Navigate Building Solutions was selected to manage the entire process from start to finish.
The dispute between the mayor and board of aldermen over management of the city’s two cemeteries continued April 18, with three attorneys saying it appears that former sexton Alan Bruns is still the city sexton.
With the passage of Prop P in St. Louis County earlier this month comes more stability for the neighboring police force.
St. Clair’s first responders joined forces to make irresponsible driving accidents feel “real” to St. Clair High School juniors and seniors Thursday, April 20.
The businesses in the Union Corporate Center Industrial Park employ over 500 people and have made more than $54 million in investments to the community.
The Pacific Chamber of Commerce wants to help businesses see the value of the first total solar eclipse of the sun in the continental U.S. in 38 years and the first one to be seen from Missouri in more than 100 years.
The first of six Sunset on the Riverfront events will get underway Thursday, April 27, from 5 to 8 p.m., at Rennick Riverfront Park.
A bill to fund renovations to the Scottrade Center is moving closer to passage, despite St. Louis city voters rejecting the use of public funds to build a new sporting venue in April.
Franklin County’s effort to become part of the Bi-State Development Agency has cleared another hurdle in the long process that may take another year to complete.
The Washington City Council Monday approved three requests for the developer of Overlook at Weber Farms. The city’s planning commission April 10 recommended the council approve the request of Vic Hoerstkamp, who submitted the revised plat, along with a request to rezone a 0.08-acre lot from …
A St. Louis Youth-Drive for Tomorrow (D4T) program will be presented Monday at the Washington Area Highways and Transportation Committee meeting.
Route B in northwest Franklin County will be closed during work on the railroad tracks near Etlah Road from 8 a.m. Tuesday, April 25, though 5 p.m. Friday, April 26.
The third annual Action Riders of Franklin County Easter celebration is a way to provide a day of fun for members who spend the rest of the year striving to help Franklin County residents in emergency or crisis events, according to the organization founder.
Police Chief Matt Mansell said area residents should not be concerned when they begin to hear an unusual number of helicopters overhead in the coming weeks.
The St. Clair Board of Aldermen voted to approve an agreement for a professional service proposal from Cochran in the amount of $58,427 for sidewalk installation and improvements on Walton Street and Jean Street at its meeting Monday, April 17.
Developmental Services of Franklin County (DSFC) recently presented a Tin Man award to St. Clair McDonald’s and one of the restaurant’s customers who advocated for an individual with a disability working in the community.
If last year is any guide, Pacific can expect a crush of visitors of all ages Saturday, April 29, when Bigfoot 4x4 Monster Truck hosts its second annual open house at its Pacific headquarters, 2286 Rose Lane.
If the weather cooperates, big crowds are expected for the Main Street BBQ & Bluesfest this weekend on and around the Main and Elm parking lot.
Construction of a new $10 million Spray Dynamics manufacturing facility in the Union Development Center is underway and going well, said General Manager Luke Bell.
Union High School senior Josie Arens’ dream of hosting a homelessness simulation event will come to fruition this Friday night.