The financial services firm Edward Jones has hired Katie Schonaerts as a new financial advisor for the Union branch office located at 507-A S. Lincoln Ave.
Emmaus will host an all-employee picnic Saturday, Sept. 23, at 2 p.m. at Creve Coeur Park in honor of continuing the celebration of National Direct Support Professionals (DSP) Recognition Week.
Elite Survival Systems, a concealment products and tactical gear manufacturer based in Washington, joins a prestigious class in business this year by being ranked in Inc. Magazine as No. 1985 of the top 5000 fastest-growing, privately held companies in the nation.
The total number of building permits issued by Franklin County was down slightly between June and July, but single family-dwellings in the county are on the rise.
Students in the CAPS (Center for Advanced Professional Studies) Business classes at the Four Rivers Career Center worked on building their first prototype of the 2017-18 school year Aug. 24.
The Hermann Wurst Haus located in Hermann, recently won the National Grand Champion award for its German-style bologna, at the American Association of Meat Processors Cured Meat Competition held in Lexington, Ky.
After 50 years in the financial services industry and 30-plus years as member of the Financial Planning Association, Donald R. Means, CFP, financial advisor of the Washington office of Wells Fargo Advisors, retired as of March 31.
Joy and Matthew Haeffner, Washington, both earned the Eagles Club Award at the Money Concepts 2017 Financial Planning Congress hosted in Charleston, S.C.
State Sen. Dave Schatz is hoping to clear up some confusion on a bill he sponsored regarding licensing for electrical contractors throughout the state.
Citing excellence in aftermarket service, Union Machinery (UM), 40 Mel Goers Drive, has received the Platinum award from UniCarriers Americas Corporation (UCA) as part of its Aftermarket Excellence Program (AEP) Awards.
Shawn Downey, New Haven, has joined Knoebel Construction as a project manager responsible for overseeing all aspects of various retail center, restaurant, grocery and retail store construction projects.
Gerald Alvey of SERVPRO, Franklin County, joined a group of high-performing franchisees who were recognized during an event at the recent SERVPRO Annual Convention.
Montelle Winery and Augusta Winery, both located in Augusta, earned medals at the 11th annual Mid-American Wine Competition held at the Des Moines Area Community College campus in Ankeny, Iowa.
KE2 Therm Solutions, Washington, was recognized for excellence in product design at the 14th annual Dealer Design Awards Program.
The village of Oak Grove Village will receive more county transportation money in 2017 than any of the other 10 entities on the county-wide committee.
The number of building permits issued by the city’s building department was up slightly from last year at the same time, with a total of 135 permits this June, compared to 128 in June 2016.
While it was supposed to be temporary, a homemade device created to cut down odors at the Washington’s wastewater treatment plant will turn three years old this fall.
Bank of Franklin County invites educators, community members, parents and students to nominate outstanding educators in their communities.
The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission approved a revised plan for a proposed convenience store that provides a less restrictive access than originally recommended by city staff.
Frick’s Quality Meats will embark on a $8 million expansion in Washington, resulting in the creation of 40 new jobs for the community.
Bank Star, Pacific, has announced the appointment of Rick Curtis of Ballwin as chief credit officer/loan officer for the bank, according to bank President Al Baldwin.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has signed a bill that will allow electrical contractors to obtain a statewide license issued by the Division of Professional Registration (DPR).