The request for a higher street grade than allowed in Washington subdivision codes sparked a deeper debate on relaxing the codes.
The Most Rev. Robert J. Carlson, Archbishop of St. Louis, on Friday announced the results of the 2017 Annual Catholic Appeal (ACA) which raised more than $15 million for the first time ever.
A music festival — OxFest 2017 — will take place this Saturday, Sept. 16, at the Washington Fairgrounds. The gates will open at noon.
The Washington City Council will do away with a standing agenda item that may be delaying the payment of some bills and services.
The Franklin County Area United Way campaign — the single largest annual fundraising drive in the area — is officially underway.
Every Tuesday and Thursday night for the past year, Four Rivers Career Center Automotive Technology instructor Dan Brinkmann and his students have worked to finish a class project that will help feed needy families in Franklin County.
Washington Area EMS Chief Terry Buddemeyer says EMS staff treated 52 less patients at the Washington Town and Country Fair this year than in 2016.
A Washington man has been charged with multiple felonies for allegedly breaking into a home, holding a man at gunpoint and forcing him from the residence.
Washington city staff will look to combine funding sources to develop a transition plan to be compliant with federal disability mandates.
City staff is optimistic that they will be granted funding for the Busch Creek Greenway now that the project tops the list of recommended projects.