Local Boy Scout Hunter Ellermann wants to construct a dog run outside the police department for the city’s drug dog to exercise when he is not working.
A Pacific resident has accused a Pacific police officer of speaking inappropriately to her and sending her inappropriate email messages.
After downtown residents urged officials for the second time to reject a request to open a bar and live entertainment venue in the Royal Theater building at 301 W. Third St., aldermen voted 5-1 to deny the necessary permit.
Some Truman Elementary fifth-graders already have set their sights on careers in TV broadcasting or the movies and a program at their school gives them a leg up.
As Mayor Steve Myers joins Eureka Mayor Kevin Coffey to promote a pair of meetings to plan a connecting trail between the two cities, he sees what could be the culmination of a dozen years of trail planning.
The Meramec Ambulance District reported no injuries from vehicle accidents or snow removal during the massive winter storm that struck Pacific Jan. 11-12.
The massive snowstorm that hit Pacific Jan. 11-12 lived up to its promise, dumping about 12 inches of snow on the city.
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A planned large lot subdivision located just outside Pacific city limits on Old Gray Summit Road received unanimous approval by the Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission, but has run into a hurdle from the city of Pacific.
The latest interest payment on the neighborhood improvement district (NID) loan that funded the city hall expansion reduces the debt balance to $3.8 million.
Approximately 400 people turned out Wednesday, Jan. 2, for the grand opening of the Meramec Valley R-III School District Doris Hoffman Early Learning Center.
A former alderman said reports in The Missourian that the city will close out three commercial improvement districts (CID)s if voters approve two half-cent sales taxes in April — creating a tax swap — ignores the question of timing.
Joe Bosse Jr. said one barometer that tells him how well his B&H Market is doing is the impact their jobs are having on the lives of his employees.
Christmas is the time of year we normally think of giving but a host of agencies in Pacific provide gifts year-round to give fellow citizens a hand up.
Masonic Fraternal Lodge 363, Highway O, Robertsville, continues its commitment to area students. The lodge recently presented $800 in coats, shoes and clothing to the Robertsville and Nike elementary schools.
Meramec Ambulance District and the Pacific Fire District have joined a Central County Emergency 911 program that uses citizens who are trained in CPR to help reduce heart attack deaths.
The Meramec Valley R-III School District plans to add a new element to Pacific High School curriculum to aid students in college and career preparedness.
Tim Baker, who had helped the Tri-County Senior Center expand its primary mission of providing weekday meals for senior citizens to becoming a Red Cross disaster shelter and a full-blown community center, is stepping down.
Aldermen approved the first reading of a bill that would grant a conditional use permit (CUP) to establish a restaurant, bar and entertainment facility in the former Royal Theater building at 301 W. Louis St.
The Pacific High School JROTC’s JV marksmanship team captured first place in the 2018 Ozark Predator Classic Air Rifle Championship, held Dec. 8 in Ozark.
As city officials wait to see if voters approve a pair of sales tax increases in April to benefit parks, stormwater improvements and streets, they are taking measures to dissolve the three commercial improvement districts (CIDs) that collect the same amount of sales tax.
One of the toughest intersections for large trucks headed to the industrial parks south of downtown may be the first public improvement project to benefit from a proposed tax swap.
For the 18th year in a row, The Missourian sponsored and presented Distinguished Service Awards to Pacific and Meramec Valley first responders.
The Pacific Partnership, which operates four outdoor community events each year, including a car show, Sunset on the Rails, the Iron Horse Rodeo and Christmas on the Plaza with a corps of volunteers, recognized four people who help make the events successful.