The course success rate for the 2018-19 academic year at East Central College increased, but officials say they’re not satisfied.
The East Central College English and Humanities Department will host its third annual Humanities Fest for area high school students Thursday, Nov. 14, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Franklin County Clerk Tim Baker says although the experimental mail-in election for the Sylvan Manor-Sunset Acres Sewer District was successful, county residents shouldn’t expect it to become the norm.
Robert M. “Pete” Tobben was elected president of the Washington Redevelopment Corporation at the group’s annual meeting Wednesday at city hall. Tobben had been serving as first vice president and treasurer.
As the season changes so does the focus of the Franklin County Health Department, which is readying for the unknowns which may present themselves during the 2019-20 flu season.
Franklin County Collector Doug Trentmann says he is disappointed the 2019 tax bills have not been mailed yet, and as the clock is ticking he’s nervous the new computer system will not be online by next week.
A total of $1,540 was raised for the St. Clair Agape House thanks to St. Clair Junior High students and community members.
As some might say, it’s the final countdown for East Central College with the Higher Learning Commission scheduled to conduct an on-site visit in two weeks.
The annual Thanksgiving concert offered by the Combined Christian Choir will be held Sunday, Nov. 24, at 3 p.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Washington.
The East Central College Foundation will award six mini-grants this year totaling $7,540.92 to departments and programs through the Albert C. Buescher Memorial Fund.
Three years of legal wrangling is expected to come to an end Friday when the third and final suspect is sentenced for the murder of Kenneth Allen Jr.