Newly elected Ward 2 Alderman Herb Adams wants the authority to appoint the city sexton returned to the mayor.
New Mayor Steve Myers said elected officials alone cannot provide the level of government that citizens want and deserve. He said citizen participation is vital to good government.
Developers of a three-tier hotel, retail and residential development on the hillside north of West Osage Street hope to begin construction by June, according to Chad Neal, construction manager.
Pacific will have a new mayor and new aldermen in all three wards following Tuesday’s election — but the collector, police chief and municipal judge all retained their seats.
Residents on Highway OO are gratified that zoning for a wedding venue has been invalidated but they feel it is just a delay and the developer will try again.
Walker Products received accolades for being a good business partner with the city and a recommendation of approval of its plans to construct a fourth building at its 8-acre campus at 525 West Congress during a March 27 planning and zoning meeting.
A local business owner who said she wanted the opportunity to do business with the city triggered a discussion that may bode well for all local firms that seek to get special treatment in bids for city business.
When a Pacific couple first doctored hot wing sauce to make it sweeter for kids and friends with sensitive palates they didn’t plan to create a business around their family recipe.
Pacific residents voiced concerns about the federal response to flooding in Pacific during a U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Lower Meramec River Floodplain Management Plan workshop at city hall Thursday, March 22.
Three-term incumbent Collector Debbie Kelley faces a challenge from three contenders in the April 2 election, including one former challenger, a former candidate for the board of aldermen and a first-time candidate.
The Ozark Trail Association, Pacific River Walk Trail Association and more than 40 volunteers joined forces Saturday, March 10, to clear more than 30 cubic yards of trash and debris from the banks of Meramec River in Pacific.
After heavy rains in the overnight hours of Sunday, March 18, and into Monday, March 19, torrents of muddy water topped silt fences and poured off the hillside of a 75-acre excavation site near Hogan and Thornton roads.
A 24-year-old Pacific man is dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot to the head that also struck and injured a woman.
A pool tournament is a family activity at JP’s Sports Bar and Grill, Eureka, where pool players of all ages fill the popular eatery to play pool or just watch.
Students in teacher Sandy Thurston’s first-grade class at Truman Elementary School know that being good and having fun in school go hand in hand.
The city plans to install a shorter guardrail than originally planned where the road curves on North Thornton Road curve, but first it wants to talk with the property owner of the site.
Grading has been stopped on the steep hill north of Hogan Road due to inadequate runoff protection, but city officials say they want to work with the developer to get the project back on track.
Organizers say a record number of entries have signed on to participate in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade this Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in Downtown Pacific.
Steve Claggett, Washington Historical Society publications committee chair, will be at the Pacific Scenic Regional Library, 119 W. St. Louis St., Tuesday, March 20, at 6 p.m. to talk about his new book “Historic Sites and Landmarks in and Around Franklin County.”
A March 3 story in the Pacific Missourian regarding the conclusion of a lawsuit involving ownership of the city cemetery records brought a response from two of the litigants, who said the report was not complete.
Ending a two-year court case over who owns city cemetery records, Judge David Hoven issued a final judgment that the records are the property of the city of Pacific.