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.
L. B. Eckelkamp Jr., chairman of the board and chief executive officer of the Bank of Washington, announced that the comprehensive remodel of the bank’s Fourteenth Street branch is complete.
LMI Aerospace, a St. Charles-based supplier of components and engineering services to the commercial, business and military aerospace markets, said late Thursday it has agreed to be acquired by Sonaca Group, a Belgium-based aerostructures company.
John McCreery, Washington’s building official, said that there are no major commercial or industrial new construction planned for 2017, but that could change.
A rezoning request and preliminary plat for proposed duplexes on West Fifth Street was approved Monday by the Washington Planning and Zoning Commission.
The first Winter Hiring Expo and Resource Fair is scheduled for noon to 3 p.m. Monday, Feb. 27, at the Missouri Job Center, 1108 Washington Square Shopping Center.
The East Central College Board of Trustees Monday night approved retirement incentives for eligible full-time employees.
Former Union auctioneer Stuart B. Millner pleaded guilty Tuesday to federal charges in connection with a scheme to defraud clients and financial institutions out of millions of dollars over five years..
Despite disappointing census numbers in 2016, the Franklin County Building Department issued 42 more single-family dwelling permits than it did in 2015, with 176 single-family dwelling permits being issued in unincorporated Franklin County.
Butler Supply, a regional electrical and plumbing distributor based in St. Louis, has been certified as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).
The Pacific Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) has recommended approval of a Domino’s Pizza restaurant at 2240 W. Osage, which included variances from building codes due to its building design.
For the second consecutive year, Ameren Missouri received the J.D. Power award for the highest ranking among large Midwest utilities for overall customer satisfaction with business electric service customers.
After recently launching fried chicken Sunday supper buffets at the Old Barn Inn, Datra Herzog, owner of The Inns at St. Albans, purchased the nearby historic Head’s Store.
Renovation of the Washington Area Chamber of Commerce offices on Main Street was a highlight for the organization in 2016, said Jennifer Giesike, president.
There was a sharp increase in the number of building permits issued by Washington’s building department in December 2016 compared to the number issued during the same month in 2015. Estimated construction cost for the projects were up drastically.
Mercy Hospital Washington’s GI lab and associated endoscopy centers are now certified by the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE), a leading gastrointestinal medical society.
Simples restaurant owner Jim Wells, a retired police officer who often investigated motor vehicle accidents, said he knew exactly what happened when he heard a loud “boom” while working in the kitchen Tuesday evening.
Washington’s Farm to You Market will feature Chef Samantha Mitchell, owner of Farmtruk, on Friday, Jan. 13, for the first dinner in the Farmer and the Chef Winter Dinner Series.
The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce will host its annual business breakfast meeting Thursday, Jan. 12, at the KC Hall, upper level.
The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual business breakfast meeting Thursday, Jan. 12, at the KC Hall, upper level.