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For more than two decades, the Washington Fair parade has served as the official kickoff to the five-day festival.
Registration is open for the Washington Fair Run/Walk, one of two pre-Fair events planned.
Washington is one step closer to moving waste at its landfill into a new storage area.
Presiding County Commissioner John Griesheimer recently was elected the president of the Washington Lions Club.
The Historic Washington Foundation, sister organization to Downtown Washington Inc., has received a $5,000 grant for the new All-Abilities Par…
Season passes for the Washington Town and Country Fair are on sale.
The leak at the Washington city swimming pool isn’t bad enough for the pool to close early.
New legislation allowing first responders in Missouri to obtain and carry an antidote for heroin overdoses may not have as big an impact here …
Washington is looking into the possibility of allowing two fireworks stands currently located outside of city limits to remain in business if …
One person has died following a crash on Highway 100 Wednesday afternoon.
In the next few weeks the Washington Parks Department will decide if the city’s pool needs to be shut down early to repair a leak.
Work has begun on a major resurfacing project on 14th and Stafford streets.
Four Washington Lions Club members recently were named Marvin Jones Fellows.
Looking to save money on energy bills, M&R Plating, Inc. decided to go solar powered.
The Washington Area Highway Transportation Committee on Monday became the latest group to support the city’s annexation plan which will go to …
Washington School Board members Monday morning approved a $58.8 million spending plan for the 2014-15 fiscal year.
Three local projects and one city official are semifinalists for downtown revitalization awards at the upcoming Missouri Main Street Conference.
The Washington Parks Department is trying to locate a leak at the city’s pool.
The Washington School District plans to pilot a community volunteer program aimed at improving literacy in the lower grades this fall.
Police are investigating reports of counterfeit money being passed in Washington and nearby communities recently.