The city of Washington is increasing the monthly hours that an IT technician will be on site to minimize response time for computer and Internet issues.

David Fitzpatrick, a Washington High School graduate, never thought he would open his own hair salon. That was until he performed a “perfect” Marcel curl on his first try. Then everything changed.

The Missouri Attorney General’s office filed a suit against an area business specializing in custom-made religious robes and garments.

The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce and the city of Washington will host a job fair Tuesday, Nov. 19, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the city auditorium.

To show their support for the family of Alec Ingram, who passed away last Thursday from osteosarcoma cancer, many Downtown Washington merchants and other local businesses will donate a portion of their sales Sunday to the family.

Robert M. “Pete” Tobben was elected president of the Washington Redevelopment Corporation at the group’s annual meeting Wednesday at city hall. Tobben had been serving as first vice president and treasurer.

Two special use permits for short-term lodging at apartment complexes were approved Oct. 28 by the Washington City Council.

For the first time, high school students are getting the opportunity to earn college credit in the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) program on the East Central College campus.

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS), along with the Governor’s Organ Donation Advisory Committee and their partners are recognizing top performing local license offices for their efforts to register individuals and collect contributions to support the Donor Registry …

Dozens of smaller taxing entities countywide will reap the benefits of a higher assessed valuation for 2019, including fire/EMS districts, libraries, hospitals, sewer, and road and bridge districts.

The Disability Resource Connection-Franklin County SB40 Resource Board announced that Kimberlyn MacDonald has accepted the appointment to the position of executive director.

A local sign company is behind the creation of the hanging signs at Loyal Bella, the front door decal at Schulte’s Bakery and the sign at Doggy Doo & Kitty’s Too, just to mention a few.

Dr. Jeffrey Ness of Ness Chiropractic and Dr. Rose Fischer of Natural Healing Network are joining the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) and chiropractors nationwide to observe National Chiropractic Health Month in October.

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