The first of six Sunset on the Riverfront events will get underway Thursday, April 27, from 5 to 8 p.m., at Rennick Riverfront Park.
The Washington City Council Monday approved three requests for the developer of Overlook at Weber Farms. The city’s planning commission April 10 recommended the council approve the request of Vic Hoerstkamp, who submitted the revised plat, along with a request to rezone a 0.08-acre lot from …
A St. Louis Youth-Drive for Tomorrow (D4T) program will be presented Monday at the Washington Area Highways and Transportation Committee meeting.
If the weather cooperates, big crowds are expected for the Main Street BBQ & Bluesfest this weekend on and around the Main and Elm parking lot.
Mercy Hospital Washington was named one of the Top 100 Rural and Community Hospitals in the United States by The Rural Health Policy Institute, iVantage Health Analytics and The Chartis Center for Rural Health.
While Jim Briggs, Washington’s longest serving city administrator, has retired, he hopes to continue working in government – the federal government.
Registration for the 11th annual Melanoma Miles for Mike 5K run/walk is next Tuesday, April 18, for anyone wanting to guarantee an event T-shirt.
Washington area students will come together again this year to fight cancer at the annual Jordan Scheer Memorial Children’s Relay For Life.
After multiple reports of “near miss” crashes at a Washington intersection, the city is hoping painted lines will solve future issues.
The Archdiocese of St. Louis will host the 2017 National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) Convention & Expo next week, April 18-20, at America’s Center. The NCEA Convention is the largest private-education association gathering in the nation.
The Washington School Board held a special meeting Wednesday night to certify election results, swear-in new board members and elect officers.
The National Main Street Center and Missouri Main Street Connection (MMSC) have reaffirmed Downtown Washington Inc. as a nationally and state-accredited Main Street community.
The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission approved minor developmental code revisions that address definitions of bed and breakfast establishments, and self-storage units.
The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission Monday approved a revised plat for the Overlook at Weber Farms that shifts the layout of the subdivision farther north.
The Washington Farmers’ Market opened for the season Saturday morning and close to 400 people came out to purchase in-season produce, baked goods and handmade items.
Rising waters usually mean fewer volunteers for Missouri River Relief, according to Steve Schnarr, with Missouri River Relief.
The Washington School District has an explicit policy regarding its bathroom and locker facilities and is enforcing it, according to Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer.
Wildey Odd Fellows Cemetery is poised to be Washington’s first historic local landmark, which would prohibit the demolition of structures without review.
Changes to Elbert Drive to facilitate an entrance to the new western riverfront trail will be discussed at the next Washington Park Board meeting.
The makeup of the Washington City Council will change for the first time in four years following Susan Watermann’s election to the council Tuesday.