Beacon Car Wash, located at 675 E. Osage, is under new ownership and recently introduced a new pet washing station that is attracting a higher than average number of users.
City Administrator Steve Roth said he’s taking a serious look at how funds in the city’s three Community Improvement Districts (CIDs) can be used to alleviate the current budget deficit.
As aldermen consider an official budget to replace the carry-over spending plan in use since July 1, the question of employee pay raises and health benefits must be weighed carefully, according to City Administrator Steve Roth.
UPDATED: Authorities have charged a Robertsville man as a result of Tuesday’s SWAT team response to a home after a delivery man picked up a package with the message “Contact 911” on the outside.
The Franklin County Area United Way will recognize its Top 30 corporate donors, leadership-level givers and volunteers in the 2016 campaign at a victory celebration Tuesday, Dec. 6.
In what proved to be their busiest, yet most productive week of the year, the Pacific High School JROTC unit wrapped up its champions division season defeating Oxford High School.
Santa Claus is always the star of the Pacific Partnership’s Christmas on the Plaza, but this year he will be center stage, bathed in a curtain of lights, according to Drew Stotler, who co-chairs the event with his wife Samantha.
Local farmer, auctioneer and craftsman Harry Engelhart is preparing to weld together 16,000 pounds of wrought iron rod and finials into 8-foot sections of fencing for Jensen’s Point Park.
Aldermen will discuss a request from a West Osage property owner to blight one property and amend the West Osage Community Improvement District (CID) to provide tax assistance to the property.
Directors of the Agape House food pantry and resale shop are gearing up for the holiday season and recruiting volunteers amid unexpected management changes.
The daughters of one of the early Pacific High School Future Homemakers Club members want to memorialize the dedication of young homemakers in the first half of the last century.
The history archive work of the Meramec Valley Genealogical and Historical Society (MVGHS) may be put on hold to address one person’s claims about the group’s relation to the city of Pacific.
It was the dog days of summer — mid-August, the time in which summer fun is mostly over and families are getting ready to send students back to school.
Students entering career education classes at Pacific High School have a growing number of choices and a lot more fun in the classroom, according to Tom Sauvage, principal.
Presiding Circuit Judge Gael Wood said he rejected a plea agreement in a 2014 murder case because he felt the deal was “too lenient.”
Additional repairs are needed to stabilize the area around a large sinkhole at West Osage near Integram Drive, which was created when a sewer line collapsed Sept. 9.
There is nothing more likely to help a small town kid feel good than love and recognition from the community, according to Linda Wells, longtime college softball coach, who has won many awards over the years.
Seaman John Cain, keynote speaker at the 2016 Pacific High School Veterans Day celebration, said the best way we as ordinary citizens can honor veterans is to mimic their service by trying to make the world a better place.
The November supermoon, set to peak Monday, Nov. 14, is the closest full moon to Earth since 1948, according to National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The next supermoon of this size won't be seen on Earth until 2034.
Police Chief Matt Mansell says the home drug test kits now available can help parents monitor the activities of their teens and help teens say no to their friends who pressure them to try drugs.
In the Meramec Valley R-III School District, teachers are abandoning the traditional row seating for a “sit anywhere” policy and it’s transforming student learning, according to Ketina Armstrong, Zitzman Elementary principal.
Some Pacific residents continue to complain that they are not having success with the free bulky trash service provided in the latest contract with the city’s waste hauler, according to Alderman Mike Pigg.
Pacific aldermen agreed to collaborate with the county, East-West Gateway Council of Governments (EWGW) and the Magi Foundation to search for funding for a future Meramec River trail crossing at Pacific that would eventually tie in with the Ozark Trail and Great Rivers Greenway.
City Administrator Steve Roth finds himself at the lead of two separate, but equally contentious, cemetery issues which has created an ongoing rift between the mayor and board of aldermen.
For the past 20 years, Nike Elementary students have celebrated Missouri history by turning their campus into a full day of heritage presentations and activities.
A bill that would have empowered the city to construct sidewalks and assess adjacent property owners for the cost was unanimously rejected Nov. 1 by aldermen.
Pacific Eagles used Halloween costumes and live music to show prospective members that joining the fraternal organization is a way to do good and have fun at the same time.