The William K. Busch Brewing Co. is moving forward with construction of a new brewery and distillery in Defiance for its Kräftig beer and other alcoholic beverages after receiving approval from the St. Charles County Council, according to published reports.
The state of Missouri issued a license to practice architecture to Gary Terschluse, co-founder of Washington Engineering & Architecture.
The U.S. Bank branch at 550 E. 14th St. in Washington will close permanently in March, according to a letter sent out to customers from Mary Forest, district manager.
The Missouri Department of Insurance reminds consumers that the enrollment period for individual health insurance plans sold on the federal marketplace or directly by an insurance company ends Saturday, Dec. 15.
Patients have made thousands of appointments via mercy.net since online scheduling began in 2017, and Mercy now offers online scheduling for mammography and four areas of practice: family medicine, internal medicine, general pediatrics and OB/GYN.
A new report on the health insurance markets in Missouri recently was released by the Missouri Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration (DIFP).
New opioid prescribing recommendations designed to guide hospital-based physicians’ use have been adopted and released by a coalition of health care policy and advocacy organizations.
In honor of Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, Citizens Bank is challenging the public to donate $1 at any of its four locations in New Haven, Gerald, Pacific and Washington.
Since launching a few weeks ago, Ameren Missouri’s Community Solar program has generated significant customer interest.
Construction is complete on the $3 million historic renovation of the former Langenberg Hat Building at 330 W. Front St in Washington. It also was the Hirschl and Bendheim cob pipe factory.
Gasoline prices in Missouri have fallen 9.0 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.17/g Sunday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 3,940 stations in Missouri.
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft’s Securities Division issued final orders against Glenridge Capital, Tropical Trade and Morgan Finances to cease and desist after the firms each sold unregistered, nonexempt binary options — risky, all-or-nothing wagers — to Missouri investors.
Starting in 2019, East Central College-Rolla will utilize interactive distance technology to better serve students in its paramedic technology program.
The CAPS Teaching Careers program at Four Rivers Career Center held a Shadow Day to raise awareness of CTE (Career and Technical Education) and specifically its program in education.
On a Monday evening in late October, 13 eastern Missouri G.I.R.L.s (Go-getters, Innovators, Risk-takers, Leaders) in fourth and fifth grade huddled over several palm-sized computers learning how to code.
East Central College’s partnership with Johnson Controls, which is based in Milwaukee, Wis., with a branch in St. Louis, in 2017 saved the college $81,673 for the first phase of a 10-year master plan.
East Central College hosted business leaders and community members at its Business and Industry Center Friday, Nov. 16, for a National Apprenticeship Week celebration.
Wilson & Co. Insurance has been recognized for its hard work and expertise in helping consumers enroll in and manage qualified health coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
Bank of Washington Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer L. B. Eckelkamp Jr. recently announced William W. “Billy” Eckelkamp Jr. has been named to the Bank of Washington Board of Directors.
The Blu Room Wellness Center will celebrate Veterans Day the whole month of November by offering one free Blu Room session to all active and nonactive military persons and their spouses.
Connie Lutz, East Central College adjunct instructor, has been named the Missouri Community College Association Outstanding Adjunct Faculty member for 2018.
Orscheln Farm & Home, along with other vendor partners, has joined Wreaths Across America by providing a trailer to join the organization’s Wreath Across America Honor Fleet.
Amy Brinkmann, kindergarten teacher at Augusta Elementary, has been named the Washington School District’s recipient of the 2018 Emerson Electric Excellence in Teaching Award.
Mercy Hospital Washington, Mercy Hospital St. Louis and Mercy Hospital Jefferson were among 10 Mercy hospitals and only 855 hospitals nationally awarded an “A” from The Leapfrog Group’s Fall 2018 Hospital Safety Grade.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) public comment period ends Tuesday for the proposal to add the Sporlan Valve Plant No. 1 to the federal Superfund National Priorities List (NPL).
The Washington 353 Redevelopment Corporation, an arm of the city, at its annual meeting Wednesday adopted a new policy in regard to its industrial development operations.
Union High School graduate Dr. Jon Copeland, a general dentist in Wildwood, was honored Nov. 2 as the 2018 Missouri Dental Association (MDA) Outstanding New Dental Leader at the MDA House of Delegates.