Stone Hill Winery, Hermann, took top honors at the 2017 Missouri Wine Competition held July 18-19 in Columbia.
The village of Oak Grove Village will receive more county transportation money in 2017 than any of the other 10 entities on the county-wide committee.
The number of building permits issued by the city’s building department was up slightly from last year at the same time, with a total of 135 permits this June, compared to 128 in June 2016.
While it was supposed to be temporary, a homemade device created to cut down odors at the Washington’s wastewater treatment plant will turn three years old this fall.
Bank of Franklin County invites educators, community members, parents and students to nominate outstanding educators in their communities.
The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission approved a revised plan for a proposed convenience store that provides a less restrictive access than originally recommended by city staff.
Frick’s Quality Meats will embark on a $8 million expansion in Washington, resulting in the creation of 40 new jobs for the community.
Bank Star, Pacific, has announced the appointment of Rick Curtis of Ballwin as chief credit officer/loan officer for the bank, according to bank President Al Baldwin.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has signed a bill that will allow electrical contractors to obtain a statewide license issued by the Division of Professional Registration (DPR).
As thousands of people are expected to converge in Missouri Monday, Aug. 21, to enjoy the first solar eclipse to pass over the continental United States since 1979, AT&T will keep the crowds connected.
This Saturday, June 24, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., all 100 Schnucks stores, including the one in Washington, will host hunger relief partner agencies in the “Shop Out Hunger” campaign.
The Washington Aspen Dental location will offering free dental work to veterans Saturday, June 24, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 3155 Phoenix Center Drive.
Health insurer Centene announced plans Tuesday to expand into more Affordable Care Act insurance exchanges next year, at a time when competitors are either pulling back from those markets or proposing steep price hikes to remain, the Associated Press reported.
The Franklin County Commission hired AQM Inc., Union, to take over all information technology services for all county departments.
Three positions on the board of directors of Crawford Electric Cooperative need to be filled with an election coinciding with the annual meeting of members Thursday, Sept. 14.
Mercy Hospital Washington has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines – Stroke Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award with Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus.
Union Missourian Editor Karen Butterfield and staff writer Kavahn Mansouri recently won awards in the Missouri State Teachers Association’s (MSTA) annual Media Awards competition.
Union R-XI School District teachers and administrators visited several Franklin County businesses this week to better understand what employers are looking for in high school graduates.
Sharon Holtmeyer has been promoted to manager of quality improvement at Mercy Hospital Washington, and will transition to director of quality Improvement in July after the retirement of current Director Janice Moellering.
Cori’s Twin Gables Bar and Grill in Marthasville was one of the unfortunate few buildings to be affected by this month’s flooding. Water filled the basement of the building on Highway 47, ruining equipment and damaging the flooring above. The water even damaged the structure of the building.
Two longtime Mercy Hospital Washington employees have been chosen to throw out the first pitch at Busch Stadium Sunday, May 21, for Mercy Day at the Ballpark.
East Central College President Dr. Jon Bauer met with Franklin County Commissioners Dave Hinson, John Griesheimer and Tim Brinker Thursday, May 4, to discuss workforce development.
East Central College Adult Education and Literacy Director Alice Whalen has been named president-elect of the Missouri Adult Education and Literacy Administrator’s Association (MAELAA).
A bill that would allow DUI offenders the opportunity to drive company vehicles without using an interlock ignition device is moving through the Senate.