The St. Clair Board of Aldermen is considering entering into a contract with Maguire Iron to maintain the city’s four water towers.
Authorities are looking for a man who attempted to steal an ATM from a Sullivan area convenience store Thursday using a dolly.
The St. Clair Junior Reserved Officer Training Corps (JROTC) and its instructors recently achieved a rating of “Exceeds Standards,” from the U.S. Air Force — the highest rating attainable in an overall unit assessment.
St. Clair officials told Attending Angels the city would not reimburse the company for additional costs of a sprinkler system incurred after a contractor working for them claimed the city gave him the incorrect location of the utility.
A Sullivan man sustained serious injuries while trying to avoid a vehicle driving in the wrong direction on Interstate 44 Friday morning.
St. Clair R-XIII Superintendent Kyle Kruse has been approved for a three-year contract with the district, but he asked the board not to increase his salary for at least one year.
A general contractor working for Attending Angels appeared before the St. Clair Board of Aldermen Monday night asking the city to reimburse the business for additional costs incurred for a water line because he claims the city gave him an incorrect location of the utility.
A St. Clair woman has been charged with three counts of possession of a controlled substance after Franklin County deputies responded to the Villa Ridge Dollar General for a report of shoplifting.
Schools, organizations and officials are pulling together to offer the community the resources they need to fight a heroin epidemic that has plagued the area.
A St. Clair man has been charged for allegedly striking his brother with brass knuckles and a cane during a fistfight Monday, Feb. 13.
A man who fled from deputies after he approached unmarked sheriff’s office vehicles during a raid on a Sullivan area home last week was charged Friday.
Life Care Center of Sullivan, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, recently earned a five-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
A public hearing before planning and zoning Monday night concerning a proposed ordinance that would allow backyard fire pits packed the council chambers at city hall.
Like any other recruit, St. Clair High School Assistant Principal Jeff Hamlett had no idea what he was getting into when he signed up for a week of basic training with the U.S. Marine Corps.
The Federal Aviation Administration and Missouri Department of Transportation intends to approve a “finding of no significant impact/record of decision (FONSI/ROD) for the closure of the St. Clair Regional Airport.”
United Parcel Service driver Robbie Belew was recognized Wednesday by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department as a “Hometown Hero” for his quick action in alerting authorities about a woman and child who were in danger at a Robertsville area home in December.
A man who fled from deputies Thursday following a raid at a Sullivan area home, and was held at gunpoint by a neighbor before fleeing again, was charged Friday.
Firefighters battled a blaze Thursday morning that erupted in a garage behind a home at 1120 Virginia Mines Road. The call came in around 11:40 a.m. Union and Boles fire districts were called in for mutual aid. Firefighters were able to quickly extinguish the flames.
A teacher and two students from the St. Clair R-XIII School District were recognized for their achievements at the St. Clair Area Chamber of Commerce’s Celebrate St. Clair banquet Saturday, Jan. 28.
The new Menards manufacturing and distribution center has started limited production and company officials hope to have the entire Phase 1 portion of the facility completed in the spring.
Although the St. Clair Area Chamber of Commerce has been busy planning a weekend full of activities to celebrate the upcoming total solar eclipse, astronomers and state park officials say the town better be prepared to handle the masses.