Streetscaping, sidewalks and other improvements will continue in New Haven for at least the next four years.
Authorities are unsure of the connection that a St. Louis murder suspect has to New Haven where he was spotted Thursday morning shortly after two deadly shootings.
The Union, New Haven and Gerald/Rosebud fire departments, as well as the Washington Fire District, all assisted the Beaufort/Leslie Fire Department at a two-alarm structure fire in the 100 block of Holy Family Church Road, New Haven, Wednesday morning.
Twelve Franklin County 4-H Clubs have announced their candidates for the annual St. Pat’s King and Queen Coronation to be held Saturday, April 1, at 7 p.m. at Union Middle School.
Contractors are needed for home repair work in New Haven as Haven Manor has been awarded a grant for a senior housing renovation project by the Federal Home Loan Bank-Des Moines (FHLB).
British composer Paul Johnson Rogers and New Haven High School senior Anna Miller have teamed up to record a song to benefit veterans living with mental health issues.
2014 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo champion Fallon Taylor wanted to promote team barrel racing, and she picked St. Clair to start her Squad Tour.
Franklin County authorities used a monitoring device to track down and arrest a man who broke into a New Haven area home earlier this month.
The New Haven School Board announced the selection of Chip Stutzman as the principal of New Haven High School and New Haven Middle School.
Missouri River Relief, a grassroots river cleanup effort started in 2001, held its first cleanup of trash from the banks of the Missouri River at New Haven this past Saturday under ideal spring weather.
A near-capacity crowd attended the New Haven Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards banquet Thursday evening, March 17, at Cedar Creek-New Haven.
A 41-year-old man who suffered extensive burns Thursday in an alleged methamphetamine lab explosion is recovering at a St. Louis area hospital, authorities said.
It’s been just over a year since Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County dedicated its New Haven home to Holly Pohlmann and her children Justice, 9, and Merlin, 5. The project was dubbed “Holly’s Home for the Holidays.”