The Washington Public Works department is imploring residents to refrain from flushing items that have been causing backups in the city’s infrastructure and damaging local homes.
Music, dance and games were all part of the Washington School District’s annual opening ceremony for teachers and staff Monday morning at the C.J. Burger Fine Arts Center at Washington High School.
The city of Washington approved an amended Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) flood study to remain in the insurance program, and protecting millions of dollars of property.
Washington School District officials will welcome back all teachers and staff during opening ceremonies Monday morning in the high school theater.
The Blue Ribbon market lamb auction at the Washington Fair Saturday was among the best ever for the young exhibitors with nearly a 33 percent increase from the previous year.
Five exhibitors took home top honors from the Washington Town & Country Fair Dairy Show Friday, Aug. 3, with two junior exhibitors showing the dairy grand and reserve champion.
Nightly paving on Bluff Road between Vossbrink Drive and Westlink Drive is slated to wrap up this week as crews prepare for the next leg of work.
A Washington resident Monday questioned the process that allowed for a car wash to be located near the subdivision where he lives.
Washington firefighters responded this fire in the 1700 block of Pottery Road about 3:30 p.m. Sunday. It is suspected that the fire began in the rear of the home, or on the deck. Washington crews were assisted on the scene by the Union Fire Protection District. Check back to emissourian.com …
Sally Bocklage, co-chair of Washington In Bloom, thought the judges visit from Sunday, July 22, through Tuesday, July 24, went swimmingly despite the lack of rain.
Officials from the Washington Police Department and School District are touting the new school resource officer (SRO) agreement as a step toward a safer school district.
Right to Work has been a hot topic in the state of Missouri for the past two years and now voters will get to make their choice directly.
A Washington man was charged with two felonies this week for attempting to perform oral sex on a victim who was asleep when he broke into a home.
The Washington Building Department issued six permits for single-family homes in June, matching the previous month, according to the monthly report.
Potential buyers for the historic Anton Jasper House in Washington must start the bidding at $75,000 to purchase the property.
The Missourian’s Summer Reading Program will conclude with Reader Recognition Night, “Reading Rocks,” at the Washington Town & Country Fair Thursday, Aug. 2, at 5:30 p.m. in the Family Fun Center.
A storm that rolled through Washington last month triggered tornado warnings initially in just half of the city, prompting questions for some residents.
The Washington Police Department is inviting residents to join more than 38 million neighbors across 16,000 communities across the country for its first ever National Night Out celebration.
In just one week, the Washington Town & Country Fair gates will open and Chairman Brian Gildehaus said it will be all sytems go.
The Washington Town & Country Fair gates won’t open until next week, but residents can get into the spirit early with the annual Fair Run/Walk and Fair Parade this weekend.