After a short bout of setbacks on the renovation of Crestview water tower, the project is back on track and expected to be completed before the end of April.
Three plats for the Front Street Development project were given first-round approval Monday by the Washington Planning and Zoning Commission.
The Washington Police Department and the Washington Optimist Club will host the 43rd annual Bike Rodeo Saturday, May 19, at 9 a.m. at the Washington Fairgrounds Swine Pavillion for children ages 5 to 13.
Thanks to a grant from the Missouri Department of Workforce Development, East Central College will be able to help local businesses train dozens of highly skilled workers through the Missouri Registered Apprenticeship program (MORAP).
The Hermann Wurst Haus won 11 prestigious awards for its artisan, hand-crafted smoked and fresh sausages, jerky and snack sticks Saturday, March 24, at Hermann’s annual Wurstfest competition.
According to the American Lung Association, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is the third leading cause of death in the United States. More than 11 million Americans have been diagnosed with COPD, but millions more may have the disease without even knowing their condition exists.
Washington orthodontists Dr. Kevin Walde and Dr. Jackie Miller partner with a nonprofit foundation, Smile for a Lifetime, that awards scholarships to kids most in need of braces.
Franklin County native Jon Copeland, D.D.S., recently was named to the American Dental Association’s inaugural 10 Under 10 awards, which recognize 10 new dentists who demonstrate excellence in their work, community and inspiring others.
Express Employment Professionals of Franklin and Warren counties earned top honors at the staffing firm’s 35th annual International Leadership Conference in Orlando, Fla., according to Mike King, Express franchisee.
It was a successful first week for Main St. Creamery, which opened its doors at 110 W. Main St. in Downtown Washington this past Sunday, March 11.
Robert Vossbrink, an American Family Insurance agent in Washington, has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program.
Thomas Holdmeier, an American Family Insurance agent in Washington, has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program.
Associated Industries of Missouri (AIM), the state’s oldest business organization, has urged lawmakers to pass rate cap legislation, which would cut and cap electric rates in Missouri.
Downtown Washington shoppers looking for home decor inspiration will have even more reason to visit The Painted Home come late March.
The 2018 Missouri Small Business Person of the Year is Dr. Melissa Smith, owner and managing dentist of Washington Smiles Complete Health Dentistry in Washington.
National manufacturer Crystal Window & Door Systems announced that its Chief Operating Officer Steve Chen has been appointed as president.
Casey Zastrow, an American Family Insurance agent in Washington, has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program.
The WINGS Educational Foundation is offering Major Saver cards for sale through the elementary and middle schools in the Washington School District.
Historic buildings are often neglected and deteriorate over time from their once grand state. The Marthasville Bank Building, circa 1857, will not be one of them.
Mark Noelke and Sunshine Hommes from Altemueller Jewelry, Washington, recently attended the 2018 Retail Jewelers Organization (RJO) Winter Buying Show in Savannah, Ga.
My Vintage Varia, a vintage retail store at 120 W. Main Street in Downtown Washington for the past four years, is relocating to a larger space, according to owners Ray and Paula Harvey.
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.