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JACKSON — Matt Miller fanned 15 Springfield Glendale batters Friday night, leading the Washington Post 218 Juniors to an 8-0 shutout victory i…
JACKSON — There's no place like home, especially for the Jackson Post 158 Junior Legion team.
Washington police and Franklin County deputies are involved in a joint investigation of several burglaries that occurred over the last several weeks.
Judges with the national America in Bloom (AIB) program left Washington with a good impression, according to Washington in Bloom chairs Sally …
The Homestead at Hickory View, Washington, is planning a “Senior Amazing Race” for Wednesday, Aug. 13.
Two Washington preschool centers will soon be on one site.
The city of Washington has been deeded more than 67 acres of land west of Grand Avenue to be maintained “forever” as a nature reserve.
Washington voters will vote on five separate ballot questions on the west area proposed for annexation.
For the second time in three seasons, the Washington Post 218 Freshman Legion team has earned a state championship.
The new All-Abilities playground has an opening date.
Washington added another endorsement to its annexation plan at the meeting of the Washington Park Board.
Members of the Missouri Highway 47 Bridge committee were updated Thursday morning on the status of enhancement funding for the new bridge.
While the national VA health care system has been plagued by a scandal involving delayed care for veterans and manipulated waiting lists, the …
The city and Missouri Department of Natural Resources have brokered a deal that will save a significant amount of money and not require the re…
The Parents as Teachers (PAT) director says the opening of the new Early Learning Center is a “dream come true” for her program and the commun…
Washington Mayor Sandy Lucy’s annexation information road show picked up two endorsements in two days.
Preregistration for Home Economics and Fine Arts Show for the Washington Fair is mandatory.
The deadline to enter various contests at the Washington Town and Country is fast approaching.
Judges from the national America in Bloom (AIB) contest will visit Washington this week to see how the city stacks up in six different categor…
The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission had no issues with a proposed sketch plan.