It was a chilly opening Saturday morning for the Washington Farmers’ Market, but people seemed thrilled to be back, said Amanda Griesheimer, marketing director for the Washington Area Chamber of Commerce.
As part of the Title I, Title III and Title IV program federal mandates, the Washington School District is required to have a Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) which assists in the development and evaluation of the programs.
Three plats for the Front Street Development project were given first-round approval Monday by the Washington Planning and Zoning Commission.
Washington School District Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer was among eight Missouri superintendents nominated for the prestigious Robert L. Pearce Award.
The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission Monday night approved a request to subdivide a property that has caused concern for neighboring homeowners.
Washington's Fire and Police departments are investigating a blaze that broke out at 619 Cedar St. around 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 11.
Neighbors of a proposed recycling and salvage business on West Main Street Monday spoke out against a plan to subdivide the lot where the operation would be located.
The fountain at the center of Lions Lake is no longer functioning and will need to be replaced, according to Washington Parks and Recreation Director Darren Dunkle.
Christina Manolis, English and journalism teacher at Washington High School, has been given the Missouri Interscholastic Press Association’s Emerging Educator Award for 2018.
A Pacific man in possession of a suspected “one pot” meth lab and four firearms in a convenience store parking lot in Washington was charged Tuesday.
Washington residents overwhelmingly supported the renewal of a capital improvement sales tax proposed to fund major projects, including pool upgrades and a fire company facility and equipment.
Two special use permits, two requests for rezoning and two preliminary plats are on the agenda for the next Washington Planning and Zoning Commission meeting.
In her first bid for political office, Gretchen AuBuchon Pettet defeated a three-term incumbent for a seat on the Washington City Council in the Tuesday, April 3, municipal election.
The Washington Farmer's Market is postponing its opening day, originally scheduled for Saturday, April 7 due to freezing temperatures and possible inclement weather.
A countywide one-half cent sales tax to fund renovations for the county jail and supplement law enforcement agencies was approved in the Tuesday election.
Two lifelong Washington residents are vying for the Ward 4 city council seat in next week’s municipal election.
Washington Town & Country Fair Chairman Brian Gildehaus said the Highway 47 bridge connects commerce and people, just as the five-day Fair does each and every year.
The 2018 Washingtonian Award was presented to the Washington Elks Lodge Saturday night during the 79th annual Washington Area Chamber of Commerce banquet at the KC Hall. Over 400 people attended the dinner and program.
Washington School Board members and officials Wednesday night listened to a presentation on the city of Washington’s sales tax renewal that will be on the April 3 ballot.
Some Washington area boaters are questioning an Elbert Drive paving project that could limit parking for those accessing the Missouri River and the Washington Boat Club.
A Washington man who allegedly stole a car from the Washington High School parking lot and crashed into a parked car at the Mercy South Tuesday has been charged with multiple felonies.
The walkout at Washington High School Wednesday was an opportunity for students to reflect and honor the 17 students and staff members killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., on Valentine’s Day, said Principal Dr. Kelle McCallum.