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With its city clerk out recovering from an auto accident, the Pacific Board of Aldermen Tuesday approved a resolution to extend the city budge…
A Pacific dairy manufacturer has petitioned the city to remove legal and engineering costs from sewer district violation surcharges, calling t…
The Meramec Valley R-III School District has done such a good job of building up reserve funds in recent years, the district can manage one ye…
Meramec Valley R-III School District administrators are eyeing possible changes in how it operates in the future as student enrollment declines.
Final plans are being made for the 14th annual Pacific Car Show scheduled for this Saturday, June 25.
A dove found flopping helplessly in the center of an intersection has been nursed back to health and released beneath a tree near where it was found.
A break in the weather is partly credited with bringing patrons out to the free music concert at Pacific Station Plaza June 17, according to S…
Pacific Plaza officially reopened June 11 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the comeback from the December 2015 flood.
The classroom technology revolution is here and Meramec Valley R-III School District teachers are studying to make the most of it in their cla…
A professional muralist who paints the history of communities along historic Route 66 is working in Pacific.
One alderman says the city needs to look at the fee structure for demolishing derelict buildings.
Pacific Eagles Aerie 3842 officials are putting the finishing touches on plans to welcome approximately 600 visitors to its West Congress Stre…
A St. Louis County man was killed Thursday night when the car he was driving ran off the road and crashed in northeast Franklin County.
A tour of the city sewage treatment plant that was canceled when the mayor ordered a lock out May 24 has now been given a green light.
Money budgeted for the Tri-County Senior Center in the budget that expires June 30 will be mailed to this center this week.
Sixteen teens from the Gray Summit and Labadie United Methodist churches youth groups will join 2,000 young Christians next January for a Week…
Pacific Police Chief Matt Mansell has been invited to attend a White House meeting on 21st century policing.
Alderman Steven Myers said he might have misspoken when he said the Pacific Park Board would be willing to risk capital improvement funds as s…
The city is considering drafting new regulations to raise the base flood elevation for new building construction.