Friends of a late Washington business owner want to keep her memory alive by raising funds to take to a St. Jude benefit barrel race in February.
Mercy Clinic Family Medicine-Warrenton is moving to a new location, 521 Anwijo Way in Warrenton, behind Aldi’s in Hawthorne Square, effective Nov. 14.
Humor was the tone of the day as St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson came to help St. Bridget of Kildare celebrate the 175th anniversary of the parish this past Sunday.
Phill Leathers, an Edward Jones financial advisor in Washington, still remembers the day he decided to join the financial services firm. That was 23 years ago.
The Franklin County Health Department said Ray J’s Greasy Spoon in Washington cannot reopen after several food safety and other violations were documented over the past three months.
Area residents might know the Marthasville Thierbach family by the taste of their farm-grown peaches, their pick-your-own apple and berry orchards and market in Marthasville, or from the Washington Farmers’ Market where they sell their farm produce.
Mossy Oak Properties of the Heartland recently announced the opening of Mossy Oak Properties of the Heartland-Gateway Land and Farm LLC in Washington.
East Central College staff members Joel Doepker and Mardy Leathers received the Missouri Community College Association’s (MCCA) Arena Award at the association’s 52nd annual convention Friday, Nov. 4.
The Union Area Chamber of Commerce recognized local businesses, charities and civic organizations Thursday night for their excellence in the community.
Adam Puchta Winery, Hermann, will hold its sixth annual Doe Camp Friday, Nov. 4, to raise money for the Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer and the Just Call Me Ray foundation.
Melissa Zyk, DDS, Lighthouse Dental, Washington, has received the F.A.C.T. oral health protocol certification for advanced screening in oral health.
Franklin County residents Tom Kent, Pacific, and Justin Hall, Union, will put their more than 25 years of combined food service experience to work with the opening of Tilted Skillet, a casual American dining restaurant.
With fewer than 80 days left in office, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said this week that economic development will continue to be a top priority in his final months as a public servant.
The University of Missouri Extension Franklin County Business Development Program and East Central College Business and Industry Program will offer a seminar for manufacturers Tuesday, Oct. 25, from 8 to 10:30 a.m. at ECC’s new business and industry center, located at 42 Prairie Dell Plaza, Union.
Mercy Clinic Women’s Health-Washington has been certified by the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists through the Safety Certification in Outpatient Excellence (SCOPE) for Women’s Health program.
Aerofil Technology Inc., Sullivan, was honored with the 2016 3M Supplier of the Year Award in recognition of the company’s contribution to improving 3M’s competitiveness and helping to drive sustainability.
The East Central College Board of Trustees this week approved the appointment of College President Dr. Jon Bauer to Washington’s Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Commission.
Sonja and Danny Webb, Villa Ridge, and Chris Freiberger, Beaufort, aren’t your typical rodeo champions, but that didn’t stop them from taking home a top honor at the National Gas Rodeo in Denver, Colo.
The East Central College Board of Trustees Monday night authorized executing documents related to the college’s $1 million USDA loan, which will offset costs associated with renovations to the business and industry center.
Labadie-based business Sport Court St. Louis recently had the opportunity to help the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) and Great Rivers Greenway with a new community park in Wellston.