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.
Thom Sehnert has sold Head’s Store, the general store and sandwich shop in St. Albans, to a new owner, only the fourth in the store’s 125-year history, according to published reports.
Beacon Car Wash, located at 675 E. Osage, is under new ownership and recently introduced a new pet washing station that is attracting a higher than average number of users.
The East Central College Board of Trustees Monday night approved four bids for equipment to be housed in the college’s newly opened business and industry center.
In an effort to increase the speed and reliability of contacting medical helicopters, Franklin County has entered into an agreement to streamline the sometimes cumbersome process.
Washington’s Psych Care Consultants, located at 205 Elm St. above Schroeder Drugs, will close its doors Dec. 23, employees and patients learned recently.
Friends of a late Washington business owner want to keep her memory alive by raising funds to take to a St. Jude benefit barrel race in February.
Mercy Clinic Family Medicine-Warrenton is moving to a new location, 521 Anwijo Way in Warrenton, behind Aldi’s in Hawthorne Square, effective Nov. 14.
Humor was the tone of the day as St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson came to help St. Bridget of Kildare celebrate the 175th anniversary of the parish this past Sunday.
Phill Leathers, an Edward Jones financial advisor in Washington, still remembers the day he decided to join the financial services firm. That was 23 years ago.
The Franklin County Health Department said Ray J’s Greasy Spoon in Washington cannot reopen after several food safety and other violations were documented over the past three months.
Area residents might know the Marthasville Thierbach family by the taste of their farm-grown peaches, their pick-your-own apple and berry orchards and market in Marthasville, or from the Washington Farmers’ Market where they sell their farm produce.
Mossy Oak Properties of the Heartland recently announced the opening of Mossy Oak Properties of the Heartland-Gateway Land and Farm LLC in Washington.
East Central College staff members Joel Doepker and Mardy Leathers received the Missouri Community College Association’s (MCCA) Arena Award at the association’s 52nd annual convention Friday, Nov. 4.
The Union Area Chamber of Commerce recognized local businesses, charities and civic organizations Thursday night for their excellence in the community.