The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission approved two downtown development requests Monday night.
Washington Chapter 324 of the Korean War Veterans Association at its monthly meeting last week approved a total of $5,000 in gifts to various veterans’ organizations and to high school JROTC units.
Area hunters can donate their leftover deer hides to a good cause once again this year, as the Washington Elks up their donation goal to 1,559.
Six potential capital improvement sales tax projects, totaling an estimated $5 million, were unveiled Tuesday afternoon.
A Washington man wants more people to use the acceleration lane after making a right-hand turn out of Walmart.
Washington police and St. Francis Borgia Grade School are going to work together to find an alternative location for children to play during recess instead of using Cedar Street.
Legendary news reporters, editors, photographers, broadcasters, groundbreaking filmmakers and shapers of public opinion are among the 22 inductees of the 2018 class of the St. Louis Media Hall of Fame, it was announced Monday.
A Franklin County jury has awarded Vincent Lowe, 55, Union, more than $14.2 million in medical negligence damages against two Mercy doctors and two hospital subsidiaries.
Internationally acclaimed artist Bryan Haynes, who has been represented by galleries from New York to San Francisco to St. Louis and whose commercial work has graced the pages of national magazines, international advertising campaigns, posters and book covers, is opening a studio gallery in …
Two Washington residents were seriously injured Sunday night when the driver of vehicle failed to stop at a red light at Highways 100 and 47 and struck their vehicle.
The goal for Highway 47 bridge construction contractors is to conclude work in the Missouri River by spring to keep the project on schedule for a fall 2018 completion date.
The Washington Redevelopment Corporation, often referred to as the 353 Corporation, re-elected its officers and board members at s annual meting Wednesday.
What started as a dream for a small group of St. Peter’s United Church of Christ parishioners has come to fruition at the church’s cemetery in Washington.
A jury trial in federal court has been set for next month in a case against a Washington man charged with three counts of possession of child pornography.
The rough draft of potential capital projects for the next eight years carries a price tag more than double the predicted revenue of the capital improvement sales tax.
Every morning at Washington High School, as bleary eyed students make their way to class, a small group of students are already hard at work serving up snacks and beverages.
There will be pumpkin rolls, trick-or-treating and a costume contest among many other activities this Saturday at the sixth annual Pumpkin Palooza in Downtown Washington.