A Pacific woman arrested in St. Louis County in a stolen vehicle has been charged with the crime.
The Pacific High School JROTC and the student body paid tribute to area veterans in the 18th annual PHS Veterans Day assembly Nov. 10.
One alderman said it’s time for the city to begin work to craft a historic-downtown zoning district to aid the Missouri Main Street Connection (MMSC) grant awarded to the city.
Aldermen backed away from the suggestion of increasing the pay of the mayor and aldermen, but are now considering an increase for the full-time elected positions of collector, police chief and municipal judge that was apparently overlooked when the budget was crafted.
Pacific joined other cities in the St. Louis County Municipal League to oppose any statewide vote on the question of a St. Louis and St. Louis County merger.
The growing number of empty retail buildings on St. Louis Street are a challenge for the Pacific Partnership, a civic organization with the primary goal of promoting downtown, according to Stephen Flannery III, Partnership president.
Inviting the community for a free meal is part community service and a lot of fun for the stalwart volunteers who show up every Thursday to cook, serve and clean up.
The man who will be at the helm of the Meramec Valley R-III School District next year said he’s anxious to get to know the community because the community defines the school district.
Alan Bruns began working in the family monument business as a small boy, as soon as he was old enough to follow his father, Raymond Bruns, along the grounds at the City Cemetery or Resurrection Hill Cemetery to mark off a space for burial.
Her job as keeper of the city records makes City Clerk Kim Barfield the heart and backbone of the city, and she’s steady as a rock, according to Pacific aldermen.
Boris Karloff, arguably best known for his portrayal of Frankenstein’s monster who topped that late in life with a funky hit song titled “Monster Mash,” would have been on familiar ground in Pacific Halloween night, according to organizers.
Pacific Area Chamber of Commerce officials are seeking the names of individuals who make a difference in our community, according to Greg Myers, Chamber president.
Jason Wohl of Robertsville said he was passing by Pacific on Interstate 44 when he saw a large crowd Friday afternoon around an array of painted animals near the eastbound exit ramp and decided to see what was going on.
The Pacific Partnership, the primary sponsor of a state retail development program grant, is counting on the program to help revitalize downtown as more St. Louis Street buildings turn up empty.
A park that never became a park raised some questions recently after a resident learned that it was shown on the Pacific page of a 1919 Franklin County Atlas.
The Memerac Valley School Board approved the candidate filing dates for the Tuesday, April 3, 2018, school board election during its monthly board meeting Wednesday night.
The Pacific Police Department has prevented the death of four heroin overdose victims in the past month with the new medication Narcan.
It has been 17 years since Pacific High School students began celebrating Veterans Day by honoring area veterans in a rousing ceremony of martial music and speeches.
The city collector’s request for an aldermanic committee review of old property liens that predate the current property owners was postponed after City Attorney Robert Jones said he wants to know more about the transactions.
A much-discussed law that bans parking within 20 feet of an intersection passed unanimously Oct. 17 but cannot go into effect until other actions take place, officials say.
With his affinity for pre-teens and love of the small suburban city lifestyle, the Rev. Tony Townley is easing into his new church and community life in Pacific.
The 2017 Iron Horse Rodeo was a stellar event for contestants, patrons, sponsors and vendors, according to Stephen Flannery III, Pacific Partnership president.
Monsterfest has proven to be such a hit with local families that new organizers are urging local businesses and organizations to join the fun again this year.
Jeannie Guffey, administrator of the Agape Help House food pantry and the Tri-County Senior Center, does not want to see food boxes placed in public places in Pacific for people to take free food.
Aldermen approved pay raises for all city employees Oct.17 — increasing the amount initially discussed for each employee and requiring that one employee who had been left out be put back on the list.
City officials agreed to partial payment for work on Thornton Street where repairs have been declared unacceptable after the project engineer spoke on behalf of the contractor.
A veteran colored glass artist recently moved his family glass restoration and creation business — Art Glass Unlimited — to Pacific.
The Meramec Valley School Board were scheduled to hear a report on what the district does to keep students and staff healthy at its Oct. 17 meeting.