Union R-XI district’s new preschool program is attracting so many families that there is currently a waiting list to enter the program.
Neighbors United Undoing Racism, a nonprofit organization that provides opportunities for communication and education, will sponsor Vacation Culture School at Peace Lutheran Church, 5 Scenic Drive in Washington, the week of June 19-23.
Mayor Jeff Palmore says he’s sick and tired of officials attempting to misrepresent his efforts with the city’s two cemeteries and won’t be silenced in his mission for clarity.
City Administrator Steve Roth said the time needed to manage the approach and response to the recent flood that inundated much of the city did not leave him enough time to prepare a draft budget with the detail aldermen would need.
Washington city officials met with representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to discuss the early May flooding.
A proposed biking and walking trail along Busch Creek got a preliminary thumbs up from the Washington City Council Monday night.
Washington City officials, host families and their German guests, and members of the public gathered Monday at the red caboose on Front Street for the unveiling and dedication of a bench signifying the 25th anniversary of the Sister City Partnership between Washington and Marbach am Neckar.
Authorities said that a man who was shot by a Franklin County deputy Friday had discharged a firearm and then moved toward the deputy.
Residents and businesses that experienced flood damage in the spring flood and have work to do that will require a permit will not have to pay permit or inspection fees.
For the third year in a row, a team of students from Union Middle School Students took part in the international education program called Odyssey of the Mind.
A county man is charged with felonies after authorities seized two pipe bombs and methamphetamine Thursday during an investigation at a Robertsville area home.
Marthasville Police Chief Eugene Jenkins was finishing out his shift Sunday afternoon when he was handed a letter not only ending his employment, but eliminating the entire Marthasville Police Department.
The East-West Gateway Council of Governments has released the road construction projects slated for the next five years.
The Washington School District will hold its annual end of the year assembly for all teachers and staff Wednesday, May 24, at 8:30 a.m. at the C.J. Burger Fine Arts Center at the high school.
Freshman State Representative and St. Clair native Nathan Tate has been named the Legislator of the Year for Transportation after his first session in Jefferson City.
The Union, New Haven and Gerald/Rosebud fire departments, as well as the Washington Fire District, all assisted the Beaufort/Leslie Fire Department at a two-alarm structure fire in the 100 block of Holy Family Church Road, New Haven, Wednesday morning.
Nine St. Clair Junior High and High School students qualified to go to this year’s Special Olympics track and field state meet this summer.
Only 114 bills were passed in the 2017 legislative session last year and now Gov. Eric Greitens has called a special session to address some of his key issues.