Construction of a new $10 million Spray Dynamics manufacturing facility in the Union Development Center is underway and going well, said General Manager Luke Bell.
East Central College English and journalism instructor Leigh Kolb has received the Interscholastic Press Association’s (MIPA) Contributing Medium Award.
The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission Monday approved a revised plat for the Overlook at Weber Farms that shifts the layout of the subdivision farther north.
Washington Building Department issued 142 permits in March, up from 130 during the same month last year. The estimated construction costs for those projects are $2,317,359 compared to $765,758.65 last year.
Steven P. Kuenzel Sr., Washington, was recently inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, one of the premier legal associations in North America.
The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce and parks department are gearing up for another great summer music series, according to Amanda Griesheimer, marketing director.
Baseball season is here. If you plan on attending a home game this season, consider a Mercy Monday. A portion of ticket sales for five St. Louis Cardinals Monday home games during the 2017 season will benefit Mercy Kids at the Cardinals Kids Cancer Center.
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.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” is a common question asked of kids. Approximately 200 students from seven Four Rivers area schools had a chance to see if a career in health care is the answer at Mercy’s fourth annual High School Career Exploration Day held last week.
Washington company Ziglin Signs will step in to create and install the entrance sign at Veterans Memorial Park after the company originally hired has stopped all communication with the project manager.
Bank of Washington Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer L. B. Eckelkamp Jr. recently announced the promotion of Serena Williams to an officer of the bank.
Each year more than 5 million Americans live with heart failure, with many more at risk. Mercy Clinic is addressing challenges these patients face through its Ambulatory Heart Failure Care Management Team, recently recognized as a Stronger Hearts Best Practice by the National Forum for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention.
Nearly two years ago, Steffani McCrary joined East Central College as an academic adviser. When she arrived, she brought something from her secondary education background with her.
Bank of Washington Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer L. B. Eckelkamp Jr. recently announced the promotion of Sam Unnerstall to commercial lender.
Gered and Sonya Vinyard’s neighborhood is littered with wood, expertly sculpted into art. Pieces can be found in their backyard, across the street in a neighbor’s front yard and at several houses down the street.
Bank of Washington Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer L. B. Eckelkamp Jr. recently announced the promotion of Chris Eckelkamp to assistant vice president – commercial lending.
The city of Union will briefly suspend enforcement of an ordinance that prohibits business owners from keeping wild animals for display or exhibition purposes.
Bank of Washington Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer L. B. Eckelkamp Jr. recently announced the promotion of Danny Tobben to assistant vice president – deposit operations.
Mercy Hospital Washington recently received Saving Sight’s 2016 Excellence in Eye Donation Award, the third year the hospital has been honored for achievements in providing the gift of sight to those needing a cornea transplant.
Bank of Washington Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer L. B. Eckelkamp Jr. recently announced the promotion of Lori Aholt to vice president of retail operations.
More than 35 different brewers will serve craft beer at the annual Mile Marker 68.3 Bier Fest Saturday, April 29, in an effort to raise funds to help clean the Missouri River.
Leslie Tucker, M.D., AGAF, FACP, FACG, with Mercy Clinic Gastroenterology in Washington, has been named Fellow of the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), the nation’s oldest medical society dedicated to disorders of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.
Bob Marquart, along with the board of directors of Heritage Community Bank, announce the promotion of Laurie A. Benz to vice president, and the addition of a new information technology specialist, Danny A. Taylor.
East Central College is joining community colleges across the state to address a longstanding challenge facing Missouri businesses — the availability of a skilled workforce.
East Central College is offering a unique opportunity to public and private high school students this summer — classes at a reduced rate.
Neighboring residents of a proposed relocation of a vehicle sale and repair business have expressed concerns about traffic congestion at the East Fifth Street location.
Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri announced Wells Fargo as the presenting sponsor of the 2017 Shades of Green, to be held Oct. 28 at the America’s Center in downtown St. Louis.
After a 2016 season plagued by floods and air quality issues caused by a neighboring business, the owners and staff of Meramec Caverns are feeling optimistic about 2017.
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) named hth companies, Union, the 2016 Contractor of the Year for exceptional leadership in training, safety, innovation and commitment to the merit shop philosophy.
Approximately 6 million people in the United States have movement disorders. Specialists with Mercy Clinic Four Rivers Neurology and Mercy Therapy Services in Washington are now offering an individualized program to evaluate patients with movement disorders.
The National Trial Lawyers announced that William R. Stahlhuth of the law firm Stahlhuth Law, LC in Washington, has been selected for inclusion into its Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in Eastern Missouri.
In the same building the couple purchased their wedding rings in nearly 47 years ago, Gail and Mike Lause are expanding their store, Country Living Antiques in Downtown Washington, by introducing new items to its shelves.