Alderman Herb Adams said he hopes Pacific voters would not see the upcoming election, which includes two special tax increases on the ballot, as a competition among city programs.
The St. Patrick’s Day celebration kicked off Saturday morning as marchers and float builders gathered at the Meramec Valley Middle School and the Tri-County Senior Center to prepare for the 15th annual parade in Downtown Pacific.
Zitzman Elementary students will show parents and friends their accomplishments in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) when the school hosts its third annual family STEM night Thursday, March 21, from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Shooting its highest score of the season, Pacific High School MCJROTC edged out Lejeune MCJROTC 1.058 to 1.049 in the National Air Rifle New Shooter League.
A change of jurisdiction agreement between the cities of Eureka and Pacific that voluntarily annexed a tract of land at 18637 Highway 66 into Pacific needs additional action, City Attorney Bob Jones said.
A staff reorganization that could place the city building department, code enforcement and public works under the supervision of one individual — a city engineer— gained preliminary approval March 5.
Six city employees and two elected officials opted to take advantage of a training program on an array of skills aimed at creating a friendlier city hall, said Mayor Steve Myers.
Officials say they have reached an agreement on their contrasting views on how to spend special sales tax money if voters approve Prop P on April 2.
Officials say they need clarification on a proposed ban on cellphone use for city employees while driving during work hours.
The city public works commissioner wants the city to ban southbound left turns from South Fourth Street onto Pacific Street.
Surface water that plagues residents in Hogan subdivision could be channeled underground if the city completes improvements identified in an engineering report.
The Meramec Valley R-III School District has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with St. Louis Community College (STLCC) for an Early College Partnership (ECP) between the college and the district.
Pool tournament organizer Mike O’Rourke will host his Gordon W. Niehoff Memorial Spring Classic pool tournament Saturday, March 23, at JP’s Bar and Grill, 95 Hilltop Village Center, in Eureka.
The most frequent word used by four Meramec Valley R-III School District librarians as they presented an overview of the media center library program to school board members Feb. 20 was “excited.”
The driver of a stolen truck who led authorities on a pursuit through three counties Thursday and sideswiped a Franklin County patrol car is in custody.
Pacific High business students attended the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) district competition Feb. 8 at the St. Louis Community College Florissant campus, where they had a huge success.
Like the popular adage about beauty being in the eyes of the holder, the best use of the Red Cedar Inn building in Pacific may be in the same category. It depends on who is looking at the building.
The city plans to hire an engineer to look at a faulty stormwater pipe that is intended to drain water into a creek, but water is bubbling up into private property in Hogan subdivision.
Currently, motorists driving through Pacific not wearing seat belts cannot be stopped by police unless they are speeding or involved in some other traffic violation.
The Pacific Lions Club purchased 10 new real estate-style signs to announce the organization’s annual pancake breakfast held Feb. 24 at the Tri-County Senior.
After shifting grades that will be taught in two Meramec Valley R-III locations, the school board is considering changing the name of the schools.
A St. Louis County political veteran told Pacific officials that if Missouri voters approve the proposed merger of St. Louis city and county, Pacific and 87 other cities will lose revenue they need to operate their cities.
Deonya Broyles, a Pacific High School senior, was among those students celebrated for high academic achievement at McPherson College during its Presidential Scholars Day Feb. 8.
Historic First Baptist Church is inching closer to being a house of worship again as restoration crews begin to tackle the interior of the 145-year-old sanctuary.
Pacific Eagle Mike Mueller said he experienced a big-eye opener moment recently when he learned that some kids don’t eat lunch at school because they are embarrassed with the alternate meal of milk, fruit and a sandwich they receive when their lunch money deposited at the school has run out.
Patrons who visit the Tri-County Senior Center for lunch and social activities are getting older, said Administrator Jeannie Guffey.
Nagging street problems will get attention under a new plan for aldermen to inspect street wear and damage under complaint in their wards.