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After more than six months of building renovations, Washington Smiles Complete Health Dentistry is now open at its new location, 1111 E. Sixth St.
Even before the first snow fell Thursday, city crews were working throughout the day to salt bridges said Brian Boehmer, assistant city administrator.
One local contractor who performed work on Phase 2 of the city’s fire training center asked that the council exhibit “due diligence” in selecting contractors for future projects.
Construction of new single-family homes is up this year in Franklin County compared to last year.
The East Central College Board of Trustees unanimously approved Monday a bid for $75,800 for two robots to be used in the industrial arts program.
The city of Sullivan was expected to take another big economic development step on Tuesday night when its board of aldermen considered approving a contract with Menard Inc. for a 103-acre tract of land in the city’s Industrial Park East located on the Interstate 44 South Service Road.
Washington native Joe Fischer’s signature wedding gift is a handwritten note and a check, but despite the note, the gesture always seemed a little impersonal.
Washington City Council members Monday night opted to forward to the full council the high bid for a replacement car to be driven by the city engineer.
Dr. James Mace, a local dentist, will compete in the Seattle Study Club World Team Treatment Planning Championships the week of Jan. 20-25, 2014.