The Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit survey organization, has named Mercy Hospital Washington as a Top Hospital, one of only 115 hospitals in the country.
The Franklin County Area United Way will recognize its Top 30 corporate donors, leadership-level givers and volunteers in the 2016 campaign at a victory celebration Tuesday, Dec. 6.
Students in Kathryn Laurentius’ Marketing II class at Washington High School teamed up with the life skills classes to help design logos for their program.
Drilling work on the first pier of the new Highway 47 Missouri River bridge should begin next week, a Missouri Department of Transportation official said.
Students in the CAPS (Center for Advanced Professional Studies) Business Ignite class at Washington High School visited the Washington Chamber of Commerce office Tuesday morning.
A total of 619 meals were served at the annual Thanksgiving Day dinner held Thursday at St. Francis Borgia Grade School cafeteria.
A Washington area man accused of accosting women at Rennick Riverfront Park has been ordered to appear in court to answer misdemeanor charges.
Friends of a late Washington business owner want to keep her memory alive by raising funds to take to a St. Jude benefit barrel race in February.
It was the dog days of summer — mid-August, the time in which summer fun is mostly over and families are getting ready to send students back to school.
The largest private mortgage bank and mortgage lender in metro St. Louis, DAS Acquisition Company LLC, has opened a new five-person USA Mortgage office at 1403 E. Fifth St. in Washington.
Presiding Circuit Judge Gael Wood said he rejected a plea agreement in a 2014 murder case because he felt the deal was “too lenient.”
The Washington School Board Tuesday night approved the low bid of $15,193.75 from Quality Taping & Painting, Inc., Washington, for interior painting at the Four Rivers Career Center.
Downtown Washington Inc. is finalizing plans for its annual Holiday Parade of Lights — scheduled for the Friday after Thanksgiving.
Arconic Foundation has awarded a $25,000 grant to the Franklin County Future Farmers of America (FFA) to support plant science studies at Washington High School.