The St. Clair Fire Protection District is looking to purchase one, possibly two, new quick response truck as the board unveiled two bids at Tuesday night’s meeting.
A St. Clair area man was charged with three counts of felony domestic assault for two incidents in the past four months.
Organizers of the St. Clair Elementary Lemonade Stand are seeking donations of gently used toys and Christmas decorations.
A total of $1,540 was raised for the St. Clair Agape House thanks to St. Clair Junior High students and community members.
The St. Clair Board of Aldermen approved a contract with a firm that will help improve and maintain the city’s pretreatment program at Monday’s meeting.
Lonedell R-XIV School District’s new wastewater treatment system has been completed and it is fully operational, according to Superintendent Jenny Ulrich.
Dozens of students, parents and community members asked questions, gave comments and decided how potential bond money should be divided among the variety of St. Clair School District’s facility improvement projects during Tuesday night’s forum.
The St. Clair Parks Department is continuing to work on grant applications that will help pay for a new playground at Evergreen Park.
Despite the rain, organizers deemed the third annual Light the Sky event another success. It was held Saturday, Oct. 19, at Orchard Park.
A kindergartener who has “a heart of gold” recently made a generous donation to St. Clair Elementary School, which will benefit several students.
Approximately 400 people attended and more than a dozen vendors participated in the fourth annual Quilters Vendor Fair Saturday, Oct. 19, at Holy Trinity Christian Life Center, St. Clair.
The drug summit held at First Christian Church in Washington last Thursday “went amazingly well,” according to Amanda Sullentrup, paramedic and public relations coordinator for St. Clair Ambulance District.
The Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday rejected a proposed revised zoning map, which would have reduced the numbers of overall districts in the county.
First-Grade Teacher Cathy Barns and Preschool Teacher Kim Scott presented fundraising efforts for St. Clair’s Imagination Library program to the school board last week.
St. Clair Paramedic and Public Relations Coordinator Amanda Sullentrup will speak to students about the dangers of drugs during Thursday’s teen drug summit in Washington.
The St. Clair Library came close to winning this year’s Rock-A-Thon, as the branch lost to Warrenton in the Scenic Regional competition among branches.