A Robertsville man who flashed a gun at a county employee has assured county officials that no harm will come to any county employees from him or anyone else while visiting his property.
Approximately 600 elementary, middle and high school teachers from around the United State are visiting Missouri University of Science and Technology this summer to learn how to better teach engineering, computer science and biomedical science.
Crews are scheduled to be out again Wednesday, June 21, on the Route 47 Missouri River Bridge to pour concrete for the drilled bridge shafts of the new bridge.
A St. Clair man was found not guilty Monday on allegations that he placed a hidden camera at the Washington Target Store in 2014.
The process is still unclear as the 20th Judicial Circuit prepares to take on municipal cases from the city of Washington.
East Central College faculty and staff will play the waiting game for a decision from the college’s board of trustees on pay raises.
Authorities arrested one convicted sex offender, and six others were found noncompliant, during a two-day compliance check in Franklin County.
A Robertsville man was arrested by Franklin County Sheriff’s deputies Thursday after he allegedly pulled a gun on a Franklin County building inspector.
Plans have stalled for a new convenience store at Highway 100 and High Street after engineers balked about the recommendation of a limited access egress from the business.
The Franklin County Commission Tuesday issued a request for qualifications for a firm to move forward with public safety planning and design of the Franklin County public safety complex.
While there are still months remaining before East Central College’s fall semester begins, early projections show enrollment may be down when the dust settles.
The first, and possibly lowest hurdle has been cleared by a group pressing to allow Missouri residents to vote on a constitutional amendment to ban highway tolling.
The Franklin County Commission hired AQM Inc., Union, to take over all information technology services for all county departments.
When the idea of resurrecting the decades-old plan to build dams on the Bourbeuse and Meramec rivers was brought up last summer, it was met with resistance and disbelief.
Three positions on the board of directors of Crawford Electric Cooperative need to be filled with an election coinciding with the annual meeting of members Thursday, Sept. 14.
Flood victims in Franklin County will be able to apply for federal disaster assistance after President Donald Trump approved a disaster declaration submitted by the state of Missouri last Friday.
A study by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to determine if a dam on the Bourbeuse River would prevent flooding has come back inconclusive.
East Central College Foundation will host a kick-off for its 2017-18 Patrons of the Arts season Friday, June 16, at Seven T Farms in Sullivan.
The Missouri Eastern District Court of Appeals has denied a writ of mandamus filed by Art LeBeau related to a lawsuit against Franklin County Counselor Mark Vincent, which was dismissed earlier this month.
The 13th annual Riverfront Trail Day for senior citizens and anyone who is physically disabled will be held Wednesday, June 7, at the Washington Fairgrounds. A rain date has been set for June 8.
Neighborhood Watch programs are effective in building a strong network to help fight crime and more organizations are welcome in the county.
Local attorney Dave Arand was presented Tuesday night with an award for more than a decade of service to the Franklin County Community Resource Board (FCCRB).
Two longtime nonprofit organizations have joined forces on a project that provides a unique perspective on the St. Louis region as being a premier place for biking and walking.
After a process of fact finding, coordination and purposeful modifications, the new 2017 Franklin County Plat Book has been released and is available for purchase.
Authorities said that a man who was shot by a Franklin County deputy Friday had discharged a firearm and then moved toward the deputy.
Marthasville Police Chief Eugene Jenkins was finishing out his shift Sunday afternoon when he was handed a letter not only ending his employment, but eliminating the entire Marthasville Police Department.
The East-West Gateway Council of Governments has released the road construction projects slated for the next five years.