A Washington man was charged with possession of child pornography after police seized numerous electronic devices and printed photos of children from his home.
The Washington Park Board has declined East Central College Music Department’s request to waive the fee for use of the main stage at the fairgrounds for its annual Pops Concert.
A revised ordinance for motorized food trucks — including requirements recommended by fire officials — was approved Monday by the Washington City Council.
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Washington, will host Advent Days of Renewal this Friday and Saturday, Dec. 7-8, with Father Dave Pivonka, TOR.
The opening of the new Highway 47 bridge over the Missouri River at Washington has brought back many memories of the first bridge that opened in 1936.
The Washington School District will not seek a demographic study and instead may hire a consultant to assist with boundary line analysis and bus routing efficiency.
Before construction began on the new Highway 47 bridge over the Missouri River, Bridge Committee Chairman Bob Zick gave Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer a piece that crumbled from the old bridge each time the two visited.
The Missouri Department of Conservation has investigated a photo published in The Missourian featuring a 2-year-old posed with a freshly killed buck with the caption stating the toddler killed the deer on Saturday, Nov. 3.
Months after a forced closing due to multiple health violations and a full building remodel, the Washington Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant was again shuttered by the Franklin County Health Department Thursday, Nov. 29.
The grand opening ceremony for the new Highway 47 bridge over the Missouri River was held Saturday. The program featured speakers and ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Soon after the crowds celebrating the new Highway 47 bridge over the Missouri River disperse Saturday, striping crews will arrive on the scene to mark the lanes.
The new Missouri River bridge will have a tremendous impact on the community, said Jennifer Giesike, Washington Area Chamber of Commerce president.
As the ribbon is cut on the new Missouri River bridge at Washington this Saturday, it marks the end of a decades-long process that many thought may never become a reality.
While others extol the benefits of the newly constructed bridge, Marc Houseman said it’s appropriate for a local history buff to offer some praise for the historic structure being replaced, which has served the community effectively and efficiently for longer than most can remember.
To many, the old bridge spanning the Missouri River between Washington and Warren County is just a collection of concrete and steel, but for others the bridge sparks a collection of lifelong memories.
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Washington, will host Advent Days of Renewal, “The Crib, the Cross and the Eucharist,” Friday and Saturday, Dec. 7-8, with Father Dave Pivonka, TOR.
A total of 485 meals were served at the annual Thanksgiving Day dinner held Thursday at the St. Francis Borgia Grade School cafeteria.
The Washington Historical Preservation Commission may direct its attention to the former town of Bassora while waiting to move forward with the International Shoe Factory Historic District.