A controversial preliminary plat for a market and apartment complex tabled since the February Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission meeting is back on the agenda.
There is still time for area girls and boys preparing for spring proms and dances to find free prom and dress attire at the Meramec Valley R-III School District prom dress boutique at Riverbend School, according to Jeannie Bandermann, who chairs the program.
A Jefferson County judge is slated to hear arguments Thursday in a motion to dismiss a civil case filed against the Franklin County prosecuting attorney.
State Sen. Dave Schatz says the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department’s commercial vehicle enforcement (CVEU) unit is unsafe and unconstitutional.
Now that the money hurdle has been cleared, the Franklin County Commission is moving forward with the expansion/renovation of the county jail that will be funded by Proposition P funds.
Monday, April 2, marked the 50-year anniversary of the day voters in Franklin County approved the establishment of East Central Junior College. The college marked the occasion with the first of many festivities to celebrate a half century of East Central College.
Col. Sandra K. Karsten, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, announces the Patrol will participate in the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators’ (NASBLA) Spring Aboard campaign.
In the past two weeks, three Franklin County residents have been injured by dog bites requiring one victim to be transported to St. Louis for expanded medical care.
A countywide one-half cent sales tax to fund renovations for the county jail and supplement law enforcement agencies was approved in the Tuesday election.
Universities and two-year colleges had reason to rejoice this past week after the state’s higher education budget was backed by legislators in Jefferson City.
Hundreds of people are needed to make elections run smoothly in Franklin County and the well-oiled gears have already been running for the past few days preparing for Election Day Tuesday.
If variety is the spice of life, county voters will have a full spice rack to choose from when they head to the voting booths this summer and fall.
A Marthasville man was sentenced to seven years in the Missouri Department of Corrections for his part in a counterfeit money operation that spread to Washington.
Missouri active duty and veterans and civilian personnel will benefit greatly if the current $1.3 trillion government funding bill is signed by the president.
Despite distractions from the ongoing investigation and pending invasion of privacy trial of Gov. Eric Greitens, lawmakers are doing their part to pass legislation and get it to the governor’s desk before the end of May.
A 24-year-old Pacific man is dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot to the head that also struck and injured a woman.