Parent-teacher conferences will be a little different this year at St. Clair Junior High.
When 11-year-old Ariana Myers and her siblings released balloons on July 5, she did not think of how far hers would travel or if it would be found.
St. Clair Junior High held a Patriot Day ceremony Monday in memory of the 16th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and to pay tribute to first responders.
The St. Clair Area Chamber of Commerce meeting Aug. 30 was filled with rounds of applause and smiles from the successes of the solar eclipse festivities.
It has almost become a common practice for St. Clair police officers to be trained in crisis management as almost all officers have gone through the course.
St. Clair police officers responded to a call involving a car chase where witnesses claim to have heard gunshots fired Tuesday at 10:50 p.m.
The Knights of Columbus 10th annual Journey for Charity Tractor Cruise to raise funds and collect food for local pantries will take place Sunday, Sept. 10.
The city of St. Clair was packed with thousands of people Monday for the solar eclipse and local authorities report the day, as well as the weekend, went smoother than expected.
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.