The Stephen Jones House Inn, located at 108-110 Jefferson St. in Washington, gained new owners in February with the hopes of filling monthlong or yearly travelers’ needs. 

The Edward Jones financial services firm recently hired Eric Knox as a new financial adviser for the Washington branch located at Krakow Korners, 3021 Highway A.

I.B. Nuts & Fruit Too in Downtown Washington is changing ownership from mother-daughter duo Barbara Hillermann and Kristy Stoyer to Holly (Piontek) Wunderlich.

A cowbell sounds throughout the crowded room. Everyone cheers and applauds as a finished quilt is lifted and carried over to the binding station.

The Missouri Division of Energy is now accepting applications for low-interest energy improvement loans to public K-12 schools, public colleges and universities, local governments to include municipal, county, regional, and international airports, public water and wastewater treatment facili…

Robert Sturm, of Sturm’s Towing, Washington, received the American Towman ACE Award for achievement in service performance for the fifth time.

Cosmos Corporation, a pet product manufacturer currently located in Wentzville, broke ground Friday on its new headquarters in O’Fallon. 

Franklin County medical coders no longer have to trek to St. Louis County in order to attend an American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) chapter meeting.

Dozens of insurance carriers are mobilizing to notify their millions of clients of an error that has occurred with Social Security that might affect their insurance policies in coming months.

A group of five newspaper people, which includes one couple and two former Missouri Press Association presidents, will be inducted in September into the association’s Newspaper Hall of Fame.

Jordan Nowak, Union, recently was named one of the 10 electrical engineering graduates who will receive a $6,000 Grainger Power Engineering award from the electrical and computer engineering department at Missouri University of Science and Technology. 

Ascena Retail Group Inc. said on Monday it would wind down its women’s budget clothing chain, Dressbarn, shutting about 650 stores in the United States, as it sharpens its focus on profitable brands, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.

As part of Promotional Products Work Week, May 13-17, two Washington companies are sharing the industry’s impact with the community and government officials.

The Missouri Department of Agriculture has awarded Straatmann Feed Store, Labadie, the 2018 Excellence in Compliance Award for maintaining an outstanding record of consistency and accuracy on feed sample guarantees in 2018.