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The St. Clair R-XIII School Board unanimously approved an agreement with the city of St. Clair that will allow the city to make improvements t…
St. Clair Board of Aldermen Monday night gave final approval to a site plan for a building addition at ATRO Engineered Systems.
The St. Clair Fire Protection District is hoping to pass a $2.1 million, 15-year bond issue that would help the district improve its service t…
Representatives from the Easter Masonic Lodge 575 (St. Clair Lodge) came to Lonedell Elementary School Thursday, July 14, to make a donation t…
Paul and Elaine Swofford have done everything together since they met in college.
A Robertsville man has been charged with felonies for allegedly firing a sawed-off shotgun toward motorcyclists from a moving vehicle in St. Clair.
St. Clair Mayor Ron Blum asked that the public be patient in terms of nonemergency response times as police officers will now respond to incid…
With construction nearing completion, the opening of Larry Varner’s new indoor shooting range is right on target.
The Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office issued felony driving while intoxicated and driving while revoked charges to a Sullivan man …
Four people suffered minor to serious injuries in a one-car crash Tuesday, July 12, on Route K near Neff Road in St. Clair.
A St. Clair man is facing felony arson charges for allegedly setting a couch on fire at his home in the city April 17.
Repairs to a water main break that occurred last month on Virginia Mines Road have been completed.
The St. Clair Planning and Zoning board unanimously approved Monday night the site plan for ATRO Engineered Systems, Inc.
A Sullivan woman has been charged with aggravated stalking for violating a restraining order on numerous occasions.
A Franklin County ministry that focuses on homeless and at-risk youth is looking for a place for a youth center in St. Clair.
A Bourbon man has been sentenced to serve concurrent prison terms for the attempted robbery of a St. Clair pharmacy last year.
The St. Clair Board of Aldermen unanimously approved an ordinance that will allow the city to build a fire access road at Harris Industrial Park.
Lonedell R-XIV School District will implement a new program this school year that will enrich students’ learning in some of the core subject areas.
Students returning to Lonedell R-XIV Elementary in August will see many new changes at their school.
St. Clair R-XIII School District will begin the 2016-17 school year under new leadership.