Local Boy Scout Hunter Ellermann wants to construct a dog run outside the police department for the city’s drug dog to exercise when he is not working.
A Pacific resident has accused a Pacific police officer of speaking inappropriately to her and sending her inappropriate email messages.
Two festivals are planned for later this year at Lost Hill Lake Events, now that a conditional use permit was approved Tuesday night at the Franklin County Planning and Zoning meeting.
A Franklin County grand jury has issued an indictment against a Washington man accused of breaking into multiple businesses in Washington and Franklin County.
As work gets underway in the gym at South Point Elementary to repair cracks in the walls, school officials had another issue to deal with Monday.
Most residents of Franklin County don’t seem to be hindered by the partial shutdown of the federal government despite it entering its fourth week.
The increased average inmate population and bookings at the Franklin County Adult Detention Center bolsters the need for a new jail facility.
Despite an effort last year to raise Franklin County employee salaries to a competitive level, no cost of living increases were included in the 2019 county budget.
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department will give a special presentation on “Social Media and Your Children” Tuesday, Jan. 22, at 6:30 p.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Center.
The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission approved the preliminary plat in the Highland Meadows commercial development where a proposed assisted living facility may be constructed.
The old bridge over the Missouri River at Washington will be demolished on a weekday during daylight hours sometime in mid-to-late March.
For the second time already this year, all Franklin County elected officials and department heads have met in an effort to keep everyone on the same page and moving in the same direction.
A Berger woman was charged Monday for allegedly smashing the rear window of a car left roadside during a snowstorm, and then stealing items worth over $7,000.
Money earned by civic groups, schools, churches and other organizations that worked the gates, parking lots and concession stands at the 2018 Washington Town & Country Fair totaled $157,525 — a new record.
After downtown residents urged officials for the second time to reject a request to open a bar and live entertainment venue in the Royal Theater building at 301 W. Third St., aldermen voted 5-1 to deny the necessary permit.
Turning in all necessary paperwork for forms and fees for park/gym rentals and street closures for festivals/events and on time are a couple tips from St. Clair Park Board public relations coordinator Jamie Frossard.
The Washington School District is wasting no time in educating parents and patrons of its $26 million zero tax-rate increase bond issue that will be on the April 2 ballot.
Crews spread about 400 tons of salt on 451 miles of roadways in Franklin County over the weekend to combat nearly 11 inches of snow that fell Friday night and Saturday.
Midyear benchmarks in math at the elementary and junior high levels showed growth compared to beginning of the school year, according to Melissa Husereau, director of teaching and learning.
Workforce attraction is a “hurdle” that community leaders are addressing to make Washington more appealing to industries looking to relocate or expand.
Some Truman Elementary fifth-graders already have set their sights on careers in TV broadcasting or the movies and a program at their school gives them a leg up.
Due to the poor conditions of several outer roads, pickup and bus turnaround locations, along with some parking lots, the Washington School District was closed Monday, Jan. 14.