The last step in the environmental assessment for the St. Clair Airport has been completed, according to a city official.
Freshman State Representative and St. Clair native Nathan Tate has been named the Legislator of the Year for Transportation after his first session in Jefferson City.
Nine St. Clair Junior High and High School students qualified to go to this year’s Special Olympics track and field state meet this summer.
St. Clair Board of Aldermen approved a federal grant agreement with East-West Gateway for the Bardot Street project during Monday’s meeting.
The student who wrote a “racist phrase” on the wall of a girls bathroom at St. Clair Junior High has been identified, according to a school district official.
St. Clair School District students can not only receive free meals while attending summer school, but also during the month of July.
More than 1,000 people attended the Disabled Veterans and MIA/POW Memorial parade and dedication Sunday, May 7, at Veterans Memorial Park.
Five flood-related incidents have been reported as a result of the flood from the Meramec River in the St. Clair area earlier this week, according to a Fire Protection District official.
The city of St. Clair experienced little to no flooding issues as of Monday and Mayor Ron Blum said the city’s public works teams are to thank for the absence of issues throughout the weekend.
A rising Meramec River destroyed an unofficial St. Clair area landmark Monday. Several residents took photos and video as water submerged the lower quarter of Bruns Bridge’s walkway, eventually collapsing it.
Flooding from the Meramec River in the St. Clair area has swept away several structures, closed roads and collapsed Bruns Bridge Monday afternoon.
Classes will be in session Wednesday, May 3, at all East Central College locations.Any student or employee unable to reach campus due to flooding needs to contact his or her faculty/supervisor about an absence.
St. Clair’s first responders joined forces to make irresponsible driving accidents feel “real” to St. Clair High School juniors and seniors Thursday, April 20.
The St. Clair Board of Aldermen voted to approve an agreement for a professional service proposal from Cochran in the amount of $58,427 for sidewalk installation and improvements on Walton Street and Jean Street at its meeting Monday, April 17.
Developmental Services of Franklin County (DSFC) recently presented a Tin Man award to St. Clair McDonald’s and one of the restaurant’s customers who advocated for an individual with a disability working in the community.