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Out-of-town tractor-trailers and other large trucks are plaguing Osage Street businesses, causing damage to parking lots while making U-turns,…
Pacific High School student leaders say the skills needed to be successful in any endeavor are acquired in high school, but not in the way you…
Alderman Mike Pigg said fellow Alderman Steve Myers got ahead of himself when he sent a letter to residents telling them to talk with their al…
Pacific officials have agreed to pay half the cost of engineering and repairs to the Bend Bridge so the bridge can be reopened and stay open u…
Aldermen approved a plan that would install signs in the city right of way directing motorists to businesses and institutions within 1,000 fee…
The Meramec Valley R-III School District will join the growing number of districts that use solar energy to reduce energy costs.
A thicket of dead trees and scrubby undergrowth at the south edge of the city park that blocked any view beyond has been cleared away to revea…
The city replaced 33 saplings in the median between the sidewalk and curb on West Osage that had died.
The lighted Christmas tree on the bluff at Blackburn Park is one of the mainstays heralding the Christmas season in Pacific.
What does it mean when neighbors share the same ZIP code?
A local Boy Scout wants to add yet another public works project to the city park system as an Eagle Scout project.
Pacific aldermen have set the date of April 8, 2014, for the municipal election, when a full slate of city officials will be chosen.
A Pacific video store has launched a Christmas giving idea that focuses on the beginning of children’s dreams, which impacts their success in …
A resale shop in Pacific’s oldest shopping district is conjuring up memories of the grand department store days in Downtown St. Louis.
An Arizona man on probation in several Missouri counties for auto theft and burglary is facing similar charges in Franklin County.
Aldermen failed to act on a request from the city tourism commission to place a series of ads in The Missourian promoting Pacific as a place to visit.
The U. S. Marine Corps has named the Pacific High School Marine Corps JROTC a Naval Honor School for the 2012-13 school year.
Aldermen have approved pay raises for all elected officials, including aldermen, mayor, police chief and collector.
Bill McLaren has been named to the Pacific Tourism Commission.
Mayor Herb Adams said a strongly worded request from an alderman to be notified in advance when staffers are to be away from city hall should …