The body of a man last seen in Washington nearly three years ago was recovered Friday off Old Highway 100.
The Washington City Council Tuesday approved the planning commission’s recommendation to reject a preliminary plat that they say could limit future growth.
The Washington City Council gave the nod to a preliminary plat for a development south of Highway 100 at High Street that includes the shifting of a street right of way.
A large group of students and parents packed the Washington School Board meeting Wednesday night in support of the NNDCC/NJROTC program.
Two teams of teachers in the Washington School District toured Springfield public schools last week at part of the Pathways for Teachers program.
Washington High School students have begun planning and fundraising for the 12th annual Jordan Scheer Memorial Children’s Relay For Life, set to take place Friday, April 28, at the high school.
L. B. Eckelkamp Jr., chairman of the board and chief executive officer of the Bank of Washington, announced that the comprehensive remodel of the bank’s Fourteenth Street branch is complete.
LMI Aerospace, a St. Charles-based supplier of components and engineering services to the commercial, business and military aerospace markets, said late Thursday it has agreed to be acquired by Sonaca Group, a Belgium-based aerostructures company.
Albert Onyika’s cremains sat on a shelf in a De Soto funeral home for nearly 37 years. The World War II veteran passed away in an incident at work in 1976, and due to a strained relationship with his family, his cremains were never retrieved.
John McCreery, Washington’s building official, said that there are no major commercial or industrial new construction planned for 2017, but that could change.
Ten NNDCC/NJROTC Washington cadets recently volunteered to take the National Academic Exam, competing against units from all across the United States.
A rezoning request and preliminary plat for proposed duplexes on West Fifth Street was approved Monday by the Washington Planning and Zoning Commission.
The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission Monday approved the voluntary annexation of 10.95 acres, and a subsequent preliminary plat for a residential subdivision.
The calendar may say February, but planning is already underway for the Washington Town and Country Fair Parade, scheduled for Sunday, July 30.
A local developer and the city’s planning board are at odds over a subdivision plat that does not include a stub street for future expansion.
The Washington City Council Monday agreed to seek state grants to fund infrastructure improvements in the Schulze Industrial Park.
First Responders Appreciation Night will be at Washington High School’s girls and boys basketball doubleheader against Ft. Zumwalt North Friday, Feb. 17.
Three people were arrested early Saturday for allegedly using cloned credit cards to buy large amounts cigarettes.
Two local school officials were at the state Capitol Wednesday to stress the importance of a strong education system — early childhood through college.
One man was injured Monday morning when the Porsche Boxter he was the riding in left the roadway in the 3100 block of Bramel Lane and struck a tree outside Washington Monday morning. Washington firefighters had to use extrication tools to open the passenger door. The driver of the car escape…
The Washington School Board has approved a one-year contract extension for Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer.