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Washington police said a Franklin County man died Sunday night from injuries he suffered that morning in a crash with a tractor-trailer on Hig…
The Washington Park Board gave the go-ahead to move forward with plans to buy a new mower and trailer for the parks department.
The Washington School Board Wednesday night unanimously signed off on a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for school crisis participation and …
The Washington High School Athletic Association will host its first alumni night at a home basketball game this season.
The Washington School District received an “unmodified rating” or clean rating on its annual audit.
Washington City Council members unanimously approved a request Monday to rezone a tract off West Ninth Street for a planned senior citizen hou…
The Washington Park Board will have one final meeting in 2014.
Although some public school districts in Missouri are reporting fewer students buying school lunches, numbers are actually up in the Washingto…
Current Washington School Board member Kevin Blackburn was the first person to file Tuesday morning for the April 2015 election.
All four Washington City Council members whose terms expire next April are seeking re-election.
After serving as Franklin County’s chief law enforcement official since 1988, Sheriff Gary Toelke says it’s time to hang up his gunbelt.
At the current pace, the city should complete sealing all streets by 2017.
Jacob Calvert, a 2011 St. Francis Borgia Regional High School graduate, recently was selected as a 2015 Marshall Scholarship recipient.
The Holiday House Tour held this past Sunday in Washington drew a record number of visitors.
In an effort to rid its water system of the coliform bacteria, the city of Washington will disinfect one of its wells as soon as Wednesday.
A Franklin County man is facing possible manslaughter, assault and other charges in connection with a crash Saturday that claimed the life of …
Filing opens this Tuesday, Dec. 16, for four Washington City Council seats that will be on the April 2015 municipal election ballot.
For the second year in a row, Melton Machine & Control Company in Washington is the top corporate contributor in the Franklin County Area …
The Washington City Council is set to vote on a code change that deals with delinquent water customers in multiunit buildings.
Tens of thousands of lives will be touched by the Franklin County Area United Way thanks to a record-breaking campaign that raised $1,072,730.