Clemco Industries Corp. in Washington recently received a $47,348.12 incentive from Ameren Missouri’s BizSavers program.
The rezoning of .53 acre to R-3 multifamily residential on the northwestern corner of the Ninth Street and International intersection was approved Monday.
More than 200 companies have registered for State Technical College of Missouri’s annual Career Expo Wednesday, Feb. 13, from 9 a.m. to noon.
The Washington Park Board Wednesday night approved fees for the use of the city fields for two sports associations. That recommendation will now go to city council for approval.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS), along with the Governor’s Organ Donation Advisory Committee and their partners, have recognized the Top 12 performing local license offices for their efforts to register individuals and collect contributions to support the Donor R…
The Missouri Department of Economic Development has announced it is now accepting proposals for a new initiative to support workforce training centers in Missouri.
Clemco Industries Corp. of Washington, in collaboration with East Central College, Union, launched their Welder Apprenticeship Program this past August.
Traffic has been flowing over the new Highway 47 bridge at Washington for nearly two months already and the $63 million project may be the first of many in the next three years if Gov. Mike Parson gets his way.
As the federal government shutdown continues, the 24 branches of the Gateway Region YMCA in Missouri and Illinois are extending support to those impacted.
Plans for a new apartment complex on the west side of Washington are forging ahead now that the city council approved the annexation of 19.5 acres.
The partial government shutdown is hitting closer to home as it impacts thousands of Missourians who rely on OATS Transit to get them to work, medical appointments, the grocery store, the pharmacy and many other places they need to go.
With the start of the new year, women in Missouri have one less barrier in their fight against breast cancer. Effective Jan. 1, 2019, insurance providers are required to cover the cost of 3-D mammography, also known as breast tomosynthesis.
According to a report just released by the Franklin County Building Department, 2018 was the best year for new construction in the past decade.
Money earned by civic groups, schools, churches and other organizations that worked the gates, parking lots and concession stands at the 2018 Washington Town & Country Fair totaled $157,525 — a new record.
Workforce attraction is a “hurdle” that community leaders are addressing to make Washington more appealing to industries looking to relocate or expand.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited Franklin County Construction LLC, based in New Haven, after an employee suffered fatal fall injuries when a roof truss collapsed.
The Hermann Area Chamber of Commerce awarded Hermann Wurst Haus the Distinguished Small Business Award Jan. 10 at the Gerald Engemann Memorial Awards Banquet.
After being named a AAA Midwest Travel Treasure in October of 2018, the Iron Spike Model Train Museum, Washington, began seeing an increase in attendance.
The number of single-family home permits issued last year in Washington continues to climb — a sign that the community is bouncing back from an eight-year lull in residential construction.
The NFIB Small Business Optimism Index remained basically unchanged in December, drifting down 0.4 point to 104.4, according to the report released this week.
As 2019 begins, Better Business Bureau (BBB) has developed 10 resolutions that can help you fight scammers, prevent identity theft and find trustworthy businesses and charities in the coming year.
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley announced that Wells Fargo Bank N.A. will pay $575 million to resolve claims that the bank violated state consumer protection laws. It was charged with opening millions of unauthorized accounts and enrolling customers into online banking services without…