Next month the Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission will discuss an amendment to the county code to make more multifamily housing options available.
Franklin County Area United Way officials met with its advisory board Monday to review the previous campaign and discuss the 2017 drive.
Union Pacific is closing the railroad crossing at Lafayette Street Saturday, July 1, to perform track maintenance. There will be intermittent pedestrian and vehicular traffic access to the Washington Riverfront from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Last year, 1,287 cases were heard by the Washington Municipal Court, of those cases will now transfer to the already swamped 20th Judicial Circuit courts, but the city will still reap the benefits.
Downtown Washington is looking a little “brighter” this week thanks to about 30-plus volunteers who turned out this past Saturday to pull weeds, plant flowers and paint, said Bridgette Kelch, Downtown Washington Inc. executive director.
There have been no reports of motorists in Franklin County being stopped by a “fake cop” but authorities say there are safety measures drivers can take.
Planners will move on from a Highway 100 and Bluff Road roundabout now that the city of Washington officially stated it is not interested in one at that location.
The Washington Aspen Dental location will offering free dental work to veterans Saturday, June 24, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 3155 Phoenix Center Drive.
Plans have stalled for a new convenience store at Highway 100 and High Street after engineers balked about the recommendation of a limited access egress from the business.
It was a night of superheroes, many in costumes, as cancer survivors, friends, family and caregivers spent this past Friday at Washington High School for the 22nd annual Franklin County Relay For Life.
Washington city officials said they were caught off guard by a Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) proposal for a roundabout at Highway 100 and Bluff Road.
Volunteers are still being sought for Downtown Washington Inc.’s seventh annual “Keep Washington Beautiful” Cleanup Day this Saturday, June 17, from 8 a.m. to noon.
Washington city staff is moving forward with a grant application for a biking and walking path that will connect Washington High School and the downtown area.
Washington City Engineer John Nilges was appointed Monday to fill the newly created position of Washington Director of Public Services.
Downtown Washington Inc. is seeking volunteers for its seventh annual “Keep Washington Beautiful” Cleanup Day, scheduled for Saturday, June 17, from 8 a.m. to noon.
Washington police are seeking charges against two people after a man was allegedly struck with a gun, stripped of his clothing and robbed near the new dog park.
The Washington Area Transportation Committee Monday pledged the support for a new Warren County connection to the Missouri River bridge under construction.
The city of Washington issued one permit for a single-family home in May, down three compared to May last year, according to the monthly building report.
The St. Louis Review has announced priest and associate priest assignments, as well as special assignments, for 2017 in the Archdiocese of St. Louis.