The Union R-XI School District is desperately trying to hire new bus drivers.
Orange and yellow safety vests filled the room as family and friends of former MoDOT employee Lyndon Ebker gathered for the official dedication of the Highway 100 bridge over Boeuf Creek outside New Haven.
Former Franklin County presiding commissioner and longtime Meramec Valley R-III Superintendent Dr. Ed Hillhouse says he is at peace with his recent diagnosis of liver failure as he waits on the transplant list.
State Sen. Dave Schatz, R-Sullivan, says he is ready to take his political career to the next level and has thrown his hat into the ring for Senate President Pro Tempore.
As part of a program initiated by the Donald Trump administration, county commissioners from all over the country are being invited to Washington, D.C., to meet with representatives from multiple federal agencies.
The end of October will mark the beginning of budget negotiations between the Franklin County Commission and the individual departments that make up the overall county government.
The city of Marthasville has approved a $16,500 agreement with BFA engineering service to create a plan for a complete reconstruction of Pecan Street and a portion of West South Street.
Small-business owners can learn about what they should know and do to lessen the risk of their business being hacked or compromised by a cyber security incident at a seminar being held Monday, Oct. 16, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. at East Central College’s Business and Industry Center, 42 Prairie…
This time of year between tax levies and before budget talks tends to be slower for local governments and the same is true for the Franklin County Commission.
The Franklin County Area United Way campaign is at 30.9 percent of its goal with gifts and pledges totaling $343,328 as it enters its second and final month.
A court hearing was pushed back Tuesday for two men accused of forcible rape and sodomy against a St. Clair area woman in 2008.
Big fires require big water and the newly formed Washington Community Fire Protection District is beefing up its fire suppression arsenal with a new 2,100-gallon water tanker.
Some roadway safety improvements already have been made through a $24 million state project that will address 16 locations in Franklin County.
The Franklin County Commission approved an application between the Multi-County Narcotics and Violent Crimes Enforcement Unit (MCNVCEU) and the U.S. Department of Defense that will allow the unit access to surplus military equipment.
East Central College received good news Tuesday in the form of its annual census data, which showed a 2.2 percent drop in enrollment, roughly 2.8 percent better than what the college had expected this fall.
More than 250 high school students, wearing bright teal T-shirts and carrying brochures, canvassed the Washington community Wednesday afternoon, collecting donations for the Franklin County Area United Way campaign.
Franklin County will not renew its yearly contract with St. Louis University (SLU) for medical examiner and forensic services, but will instead pay on a month-to-month basis.
A former Franklin County Highway supervisor was sentenced to 120 days shock time in the Franklin County Jail as part of his guilty plea to three felony counts of stealing county funds.
It is unknown how many people have died from lack of medical assistance during an overdose due to others on scene not calling for help for fear of getting arrested.
At the midway point in the campaign, the Franklin County Area United Way is at 18 percent of its goal with gifts and pledges totaling approximately $207,953.
A rezoning request in order to potentially build a new gas station and apartment complex for a parcel of property just north of Pacific was not supported by the Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission.
Franklin County could lose 2 percent of its transportation funding if new project scoring criteria is approved by the East-West Gateway Council of Governments (EWGW) next month.
The Marthasville Parks Department will dedicate a memorial to area veterans Sunday, Oct. 8, at 1 p.m. at the Lichtenberg Memorial Park, located at the corner of One and Depot streets near the post office.
Final approval was given Thursday to distribute just under $400,000 in sales tax money allocated for road projects in eight separate municipalities in Franklin County.
Nearly three months have passed since the death of Tamela Wilson from complications related to the Bourbon virus and there are still no answers as to where she may have contracted the rare virus.
A proposed $100,000 rate hike from St. Louis University (SLU) has led the Franklin County Commission to weigh other forensic medical options.
Former Gerald Police Chief Steve Goodwin resigned from his post two hours before a public hearing centered on his removal from the force was scheduled.