With the solar eclipse just days away, St. Clair residents and visitors can still purchase glasses and souvenirs.
With the long-anticipated solar eclipse just a few days away, the city and other organizations are putting the final touches to the multitude of events set for this weekend.
Franklin County Fire Investigator Jim Schuhmacher is investigating three separate and unconnected fires that he says were intentionally set on a property on the North Service Road near the Shawneetown Ford Overpass in Franklin County.
St. Clair R-XIII School District’s capital projects budget has increased by several hundred thousand dollars over the last couple of years, according to Superintendent Kyle Kruse.
Detectives with the Franklin County Sheriff’s office are looking for leads in the theft of about 30 firearms stolen from storage units in the Lonedell area Tuesday, Aug. 8.
As the total solar eclipse nears, many school districts in Franklin County have reversed course and are now closing for the day while others are staying open and planning special activities.
Monday’s St. Clair Board of Aldermen meeting was light with one ordinance passed, two catering licenses approved and upcoming meetings rescheduled.
As summer vacation is almost to an end, St. Clair R-XII School District Superintendent Kyle Kruse said he is excited not only for the upcoming school year, but for years to come.
Shelene and Todd Hanley are hopeful that their son,who survived an intestine transplant at just 15 months old, will continue to beat the odds, following a recent diagnosis of cancer.
The Missouri Department of Transportation hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday morning in St. Clair to mark the beginning of a countywide road safety improvement project.
St. Clair Junior High and High School students will have an opportunity to purchase breakfast after first hour starting this fall.
St. Clair firefighters responded to a residential fire at the 2400 block of Mill Hill Road Saturday just before 6 p.m. No injuries were reported.
The Lonedell R-XIV School District board Monday unanimously agreed to close school Aug. 21, the day of the solar eclipse.
For this year’s “Running Across America with Coach Martin” trip, St. Clair High cross-country students went to Vermont and New Hampshire.
The highest paid superintendent in Franklin County this past school year was Meramec Valley R-III School District Interim Superintendent Dr. Ed Hillhouse, according to a report on salaries in school districts throughout the state of Missouri.
The Department of Homeland Security predicts that the St. Clair population will triple in size during the week of Aug. 18-21 for the viewing of the eclipse.
The Franklin County Fair kicks off in Union this coming week, with the annual parade Wednesday night, July 12, and the fairgrounds opening Thursday.
Roundabouts have been a point of contention for many in the area, but state engineers have continued to push for more of these intersections due to their safety.