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Washington City Council members clearly don’t want to set many restrictions on the use of electronic advertising signs.
Judges with the national America In Bloom program were impressed with the city, said Washington In Bloom Co-chairs Sally Bocklage and Dave Wehmeyer.
The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning for the city of Washington until Sunday at 8 p.m.
The city’s new street superintendent is no stranger to Washington.
Downtown Washington Inc.’s newest fundraiser, a Farm to Table dinner, to be held this fall has already sold out.
The Jefferson Street bridge opened Friday, July 22.
Buddies Not Bullies will offer its YOU-Niquely Social day camp Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 8-9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at First Washington United …
It will still be several weeks before the city of Washington finds out if it received a grant to fund an extension of the Rotary Riverfront Trail.
Washington will have a great view of next year’s total solar eclipse so a viewing party is being planned.
Asphalt paving work was slated to begin Tuesday around the new Jefferson Street bridge over Busch Creek.
The Washington City Council had no objections to a preliminary plat request for property at Huxel Drive and Highway 100.
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Washington police responded Wednesday morning to investigate an overnight burglary at the Dairy Delight restaurant at Jefferson and Eighth str…
A preliminary plat to divide a 4-acre lot into two 2-acre lots is on the agenda for the next Washington City Council meeting.
A lead verification service company located in Downtown Washington, Silverback Network Inc., has closed up shop.
With just days until the National America In Bloom (AIB) judges tour Washington, the countdown is on for the visit.
With construction nearing completion, the opening of Larry Varner’s new indoor shooting range is right on target.
The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce’s new shuttle bus is “ready to roll,” said Chamber Tourism Director Mary Beth Rettke.
A further analysis of the city’s water usage found that more people are using less water than expected.