The Missouri Senate Thursday confirmed the appointment of a St. Albans resident to the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission.
Phil King, an Air Force and Navy veteran and retired Boeing engineer, visited Project Lead the Way engineering classes at Washington High School to give engineering presentations Friday, Jan. 5.
John Gomes, a Washington native and St. Francis Borgia Regional High School graduate, recently was named International Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) at Progressive Medical Inc.
GoHealth Urgent Care and Mercy announced they have partnered to create a substantial network of urgent care centers across the Midwest that will put patients first and deliver superior care and convenience.
Ameren is participating in an industrywide effort to step up ongoing power restoration and rebuilding efforts in Puerto Rico due to the catastrophic destruction of electric infrastructure following Hurricanes Irma and Marie.
There still is some work underway as part of the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) Design Build project spanning Franklin and St. Charles counties.
The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual business meeting Thursday, Jan. 11, at the KC Hall, upper level.
The denial for redevelopment of a 3.6-acre tract of land outside Pacific may put the brakes on a larger development of surrounding acreage that would include apartments, filling station and a grocery store.
The Union branch of Miracle-Ear may be new to town, but it’s working to make a big impact on those who have trouble hearing.
The Washington City Council agreed to updated property maintenance and building codes, but the changes sparked some debate among council members.
Stefanie Virgen, gifted and language arts teacher at Washington Middle School, is the recipient of the Emerson Electric Excellence in Teaching Award.
The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission Monday approved an amendment to the redevelopment plan to allow for the sale of land in the Heidmann Industrial Park.
As another sign of the recovering Franklin County housing market, a moratorium on preliminary plats has been repealed by the Franklin County Commission.
Internationally acclaimed artist Bryan Haynes, who has been represented by galleries from New York to San Francisco to St. Louis and whose commercial work has graced the pages of national magazines, international advertising campaigns, posters and book covers, is opening a studio gallery in …
The Washington Redevelopment Corporation, often referred to as the 353 Corporation, re-elected its officers and board members at s annual meting Wednesday.
Mercy Clinic Four Rivers announces that Hollie Allen has been named director of hospital based physicians, and Alan Smith has been named vice president of operations.
There will be pumpkin rolls, trick-or-treating and a costume contest among many other activities this Saturday at the sixth annual Pumpkin Palooza in Downtown Washington.
At the peak of Missouri wine season, grapes are being harvested and squeezed for their precious juices as tourists are flocking to this area to enjoy the fall colors and temperatures.
The restoration of the historic Fred Schnier Building at 10 W. Second St. is nearly complete, according to co-owner Pat Peterson.
Prock Operations Inc. and Lozier Corporation announce that Prock Operations has purchased the name, intellectual property and substantially all of the manufacturing equipment for the Spartan Showcase product line in Union from Lozier.