The city’s planning and zoning commission Monday approved requests for rezoning a preliminary plat for property along Front Street in Washington.

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A ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening of the first nine holes of the disc golf course at Burger Park in Washington has been rescheduled. 

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Students were back in session Tuesday at St. Francis Borgia Regional High School after classes were canceled Monday to allow school officials and police time to continue to investigate a threat made against the school.

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After the Washington in Bloom committee spent months of preparing, the results of the America in Bloom National Awards have been announced.

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Washington city staff and the owners of a local family farm are at odds over a lease of land near the Washington Regional Airport.

Washington police are investigating an alleged sexual assault that occurred early Friday.

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A federal judge Monday ordered Ameren Missouri to install technology to control pollution at the Labadie Energy Center to offset violations of federal law at a different plant.

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The 51st annual Gene Hunt Washington Marching Band Festival will take place this Saturday, featuring both parade and field competitions.

The first National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Big Read program at the Washington Public Library went off without a hitch Monday.

The lockers will be replaced in both the girls and boys gym locker rooms at Washington Middle School.

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It is not likely that the pedestrian walkway on the new Highway 47 bridge will open before construction is completed.

An instructor at the Early Learning Center was honored this past weekend as the 2019 Outstanding Teacher of the Year in the Washington School District.

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Franklin County Highway Administrator Ron Williams says taking over the roughly 60 miles of roads currently maintained by four separate special road districts in the county would cause minimal changes to current operations.

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Big crowds are expected this weekend for the Downtown Washington Inc. Fall Festival of the Arts & Crafts.

On Tuesday, First District Commissioner Todd Boland asked his fellow commissioners to move forward finding buyers for a piece of property co-owned by the county and the city of Washington.

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The amount of money Franklin County schools receive from court fines and forfeitures has been cut by more than half in the last seven years due in part to the formation of the county municipal court.