Missouri Gov. Mike Parson says the bridge over Happy Sac Creek on Highway AD outside St. Clair is the worst one he has seen on his statewide tour thus far.
Last year, the city launched a new website and it has been working “better than expected,” according to City Administrator Travis Dierker.
St. Clair R-XIII School District’s Missouri School Improvement Program 5 annual performance report score (APR) increased by 6 percent compared to last school year.
Upgrades to the Lonedell R-XIV School District’s wastewater system could happen as early as the summer, according to Superintendent Jenny Ulrich.
Last week’s winter weather did not stop the demolitions of dangerous buildings from taking place, which were spearheaded by the city. Two more demolitions were scheduled to take place this week.
For St. Clair resident Paul Nealis, his love of sports and Christianity started at an early age. Now 71, he continues to enjoy both in retirement.
For the fourth year in a row, the Lonedell R-XIV School District earned a perfect score on the Missouri School Improvement Program 5 annual performance report (APR).
The 175th anniversary parade, Freedom Fest, the Main Street Christmas event, the new Orchard Park stage and more were highlights of the St. Clair Parks Department.
Franklin County Area United Way’s Power of the Purse events are right around the corner with the first one to take place in St. Clair next month.
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The first of four condemned buildings was demolished Monday morning. Three more demolitions are on track to take place through the week.
A St. Louis man was killed Sunday evening on Interstate 44 when he intentionally struck a tractor-trailer while being pursued by police, authorities said.
A mother-daughter photography business, Megaboo Photography, is moving onto Main Street, St. Clair, with the doors set to open next month.
As people drive by St. Clair Elementary School on Bardot Street, they will notice a steel kite hanging on the outside of the building.
Two festivals are planned for later this year at Lost Hill Lake Events, now that a conditional use permit was approved Tuesday night at the Franklin County Planning and Zoning meeting.
Turning in all necessary paperwork for forms and fees for park/gym rentals and street closures for festivals/events and on time are a couple tips from St. Clair Park Board public relations coordinator Jamie Frossard.
Midyear benchmarks in math at the elementary and junior high levels showed growth compared to beginning of the school year, according to Melissa Husereau, director of teaching and learning.
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