The Washington Historical Society has two new books available for purchase prior to Christmas.
The construction bid for improvements to the Schulze Industrial Park stormwater detention system funded through a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) was awarded last week.
The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission Monday approved a special use permit to operate a transfer station adjacent to the city landfill.
It may be a busy six months for State Sen. Dave Schatz, R-Sullivan, as he faces a re-election run while setting an aggressive legislative agenda for 2018.
Washington City Council members last week approved a proposal to conduct a fire station location and Insurance Services Office (ISO) rating study.
The Washington City Council last week approved the rezoning of two properties located at the northeast intersection of Main Street and Market Street from C-2 to C-3.
Researchers and genealogists now have easier access to probate records from 1818 to 1900 through the donation of microfilm reels to both Scenic Regional Library and the Washington Historical Society this week.
Washington city staff presented cuts totaling over $6 million in proposed capital improvement sales tax projects at Tuesday’s Washington Sales Tax Committee meeting.
Washington city officials Monday approved an agreement that will shift the location of sidewalks during a Steutermann and Bieker Road resurfacing project.
The Washington Parks Department has plenty of projects prepared if voters extend the city’s half-cent capital improvement sales tax.
Franklin County hopes to use 18 acres of free land as a bargaining chip to lure the state and federal governments into placing a veterans home in Washington.
Augusta Elementary School has taken precautionary measures and went on "lockout" Thursday morning due to the suspect still at large from the shooting near the Francis Howell High School campus Wednesday, Nov. 29, in the St. Charles area.
The Washington School District is checking off the list of improvements promised when voters approved a $15 million zero tax rate bond issue back in August 2016.
In the spirit of working together and understanding one another’s jobs, Franklin County dispatchers are being encouraged to take part in ride-alongs with fire and emergency medical service personnel.
Library computers, a roof for the Fairgrounds stage, artificial turf for Ronsick Field and Downtown improvements were some of the projects presented at the latest capital improvement sales tax committee meeting.