Tired of seeing a lot of negativity on Facebook, St. Clair resident Sue Sweet decided it was time to spread some love and inspiration one rock at a time.
A group of citizens will get a chance to speak out against a mining operation near St. Clair at the next Board of Zoning Adjustment meeting.
The St. Clair Regional Airport is in its final stages of closing, but City Administrator Travis Dierker said there are still a few steps to be taken until it can be finalized.
The St. Clair Planning and Zoning Board approved a minor subdivision request that will take the library one step closer to its plans for expansion of its St. Clair branch.
Carl Burns, far right, owner of Carl Burns Asphalt Paving & Sealing in Union, and his employees gathered at Russell Colonial Funeral Home to pay final respects to longtime employee Brian Courtway, 48, St. Clair, who was killed in a motorcycle crash Friday, July 29. Courtway, a foreman wi…
Expenditures in the city of St. Clair are a little high but, overall, the city’s budget is “right on target,” said Travis Dierker, city administrator.
Although there were no resolutions passed or any administrative reports given, a couple of noteworthy events took place at the St. Clair Board of Aldermen meeting Monday night.
Proponents of education and the St. Clair R-XIII school district are hoping to pass a tax levy that will provide a better quality education to district students.
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 to Bardot Street.
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 to its patrons.
St. Clair Mayor Ron Blum asked that the public be patient in terms of nonemergency response times as police officers will now respond to incidents as a pair whenever possible.
Representatives from the Easter Masonic Lodge 575 (St. Clair Lodge) came to Lonedell Elementary School Thursday, July 14, to make a donation to the school’s backpack program.
The Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office issued felony driving while intoxicated and driving while revoked charges to a Sullivan man with a history of intoxicated driving.