As another sign of the recovering Franklin County housing market, a moratorium on preliminary plats has been repealed by the Franklin County Commission.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.
Twice a year members of Washington’s Korean War Veterans Chapter 324 raise funds for veterans’ causes around Missouri.
To help restore electric service to communities after catastrophic emergencies or significant natural events, 28 energy companies – including Ameren Corporation – have now committed to participate in the RESTORE program, which establishes a proactive approach to providing critical equipment …
Edward Jones was ranked the No. 3 Best Workplace for Women — highest in the financial-services industry — by Great Place to Work and FORTUNE magazine, according to the local area Edward Jones Financial Advisors.
Schroeder Drugs at the corner of Second and Elm streets in Downtown Washington will hold a 90th anniversary celebration this Friday, Oct. 13, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Pat Coulter, senior vice president deposit operations/compliance and bank secrecy act officer for the Bank of Washington, recently attained the Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM) accreditation from the Institute of Certified Bankers, a subsidiary of the American Bankers Association.
Students in the CAPS business classes at Washington High School pitched business ideas Monday for the community to members of Downtown Washington Inc. in the Confluence Room at the Four Rivers Career Center.
The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce recognized its fifth class of Outstanding Young Professionals (OYP) at its annual member luncheon Monday.
A rezoning request in order to potentially build a new gas station and apartment complex for a parcel of property just north of Pacific was not supported by the Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission.
Crawford Electric members approved a bylaw proposition and re-elected three incumbent directors during the business session of its 77th annual meeting of members Sept. 14.
Missouri author Larry Campbell will promote his book, “Rollin’ Down the River,” at Gary R. Lucy Gallery in Downtown Washington during Thirsty Thursday activities Sept. 21.
The Missouri Pharmacy Association (MPA) recognized the outstanding efforts of individuals in the pharmacy profession during its annual conference and Trade Show Sept. 7-10 at the Marriott St. Louis Grand in St. Louis.
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.