Bank of Washington Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer L. B. Eckelkamp Jr. recently announced the promotion of Jay Nowak to executive vice president.
Cleary Building Corp., a leading manufacturer of commercial, equine, farm, suburban and residential pre-engineered structures, is celebrating its 40th anniversary.
Washington city leaders agreed to a one-year contract to address management at the city pool while the future of the aquatics complex is determined.
Cedarcrest Manor, Washington, recently was recognized by the Missouri Local Area Network for Excellence (MoLANE) for its low rates of antipsychotic use.
One hundred percent of residents/families rated their overall satisfaction living at The Arbors at South Pointe, Washington, as “excellent” or “good,” according to a report released by the memory care assisted living community.
The Hermann Wurst Haus won nine prestigious awards for its artisan, handcrafted smoked sausages and smoked meats at the Missouri Association of Meat Processors 79th annual convention in Branson Saturday, Feb. 3.
The Washington License Office will close this Thursday through Saturday for inventory and transition to a new contractor.
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) International recently announced that services at Union Preferred Family Healthcare and Bridgeway Behavioral Health, a division of Preferred Family Healthcare (PFH), have been reaccredited for a period of three years.
Ameren Corporation is seeking applicants for the Ameren Accelerator, an innovative public-private partnership with the University of Missouri System, UMSL Accelerate and Capital Innovators, that will assess, mentor and invest in energy-technology startup companies.
The Missouri Department of Insurance reminds high school seniors and college students who are Missouri residents to apply for Missouri Insurance Education Foundation (MIEF) scholarships. The deadline is March 31.
Tricia Seely, an Edward Jones financial advisor in Union, was selected to attend the Edward Jones third annual Women’s Conference at the firm.
A Franklin County car dealer had his application to rezone his property in the Gray Summit area rejected by the county’s planning and zoning commission.
According to the Franklin County Building Department, an estimated $50.4 million in new residential construction will be linked to 195 permits issued in 2017.
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.