A small bridge on Schoeneberg Road in rural Franklin County was closed last week after an 18-inch by 18-inch hole appeared in the road deck.
Franklin County health officials have confirmed seven cases of Clycosporiasis illnesses related to McDonald's salads in the county and the number is rising.
The family of a woman slain in the Bourbeuse River in January 2017 says there is no justice in the plea deal offered to the man accused of the crime.
Authorities Tuesday arrested a man with a violent criminal past who is accused of assaulting a woman and holding her at a Sullivan area home against her will.
A man accused of throwing a woman down a flight of stairs and forcing her into a vehicle was charged this week with felony kidnapping and domestic assault.
To the winners go the spoils. In the case of county offices, those spoils are in the form of salaries all paid by taxpayers.
Franklin County Clerk Debbie Door says the possibility of two gubernatorial appointments being made to the Franklin County Commission in coming weeks has caused her some concern.
State wildlife officials say recent black bear spottings in Marthasville could just be the beginning of a migration of other species not normally seen in Franklin and Warren counties.
The Franklin County Area United Way will announce its 2018 fundraising goal later this month at a special kickoff breakfast for corporate contributors.
A Bourbon man arrested in Sullivan June 30 after authorities seized narcotics hidden in a fake can of tea, and two loaded firearms from the car he was in.
Projections of flat revenue and declining enrollment has East Central College officials preparing for yet another year of budgetary challenges.
At the midway point of 2018, 11 people have died of opiate-related deaths in Franklin County, which is two less than this time last year and less than half the number in neighboring counties.
As Franklin County and its residents celebrate Independence Day Wednesday by the rockets’ red glare, public safety officials are encouraging everyone to stay safe and know fireworks restrictions that may be in place where they live.
A man fished out of the Missouri River last week as he attempted to avoid authorities had multiple warrants for his arrest including crimes that occurred last year in Washington.
There will be no weight — and broader width or height — limits on the new Highway 47 bridge over the Missouri River, and that could open the door to the transit of commodities into Franklin County and beyond.
Charges were filed Friday afternoon against a man who was pursued through two counties and jumped into the Missouri River at Washington trying to evade capture.
Property owners on Fiddle Creek Road outside of Labadie have held Franklin County’s feet to the fire when it come to purchasing a property easement.
Travelers on Franklin County roads can’t make a turn in recent weeks and in some cases months, without being inundated by political yard signs advertising candidates running for office.
Franklin County authorities seized more than 66 pounds of high-grade marijuana, oils and THC extracts during a traffic stop on Interstate 44 Saturday.
Members of the Franklin County Bicentennial Committee met Thursday, June 14, at the Franklin County Government Center in Union to discuss plans for the upcoming celebration, which will begin this fall and continue throughout next year.
The same product purchased in Krakow will cost you about 3 cents less per dollar than if you buy it in certain sections of Union, Sullivan, Washington or St. Clair.
From a field of five, the Franklin County Commission will now interview two architectural firms to continue the design process of the jail/911 center upgrades and expansion.
The Missouri Humanities Council (MHC) will host a German Artifact Digitization event in Hermann Saturday, June 23, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Hermann United Methodist Church.