Temperatures plunged overnight Saturday, but more than 200 people braved the cold to show their support for youth literacy at the 14th annual Run to Read.
Washington police will seek restitution once they locate the person responsible for a written threat at St. Francis Borgia Regional High School.
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.
It’s back to the drawing board for Washington city staff who sought bids for recycling and trash collection to curb the growing costs of the services.
An engineering firm was hired by the city of Washington to help develop a solution to flash flooding at a home near St. Francis Borgia Regional High School.
Christopher McDougall, author of the national bestseller “Born to Run,” will be the guest speaker at this year’s Run to Read, organized by The Missourian and the Four Rivers Family YMCA.
It has been 50 years since government assisted ambulance services replaced those handled by local funeral homes, which had been responding to calls.
St. Francis Borgia Regional High School students are not in session Monday and all on-campus activities are canceled as police investigate a threat made against the school.
The owners and operators of video gaming machines may soon be out of luck now that the state is cracking down on the illegal machines housed in gas stations and other locations.
Firefighters from the Washington Fire Department (WFD) will participate in the 2019 National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) memorial weekend at the National Emergency Training Center in Emmitsburg, Md., this weekend, Oct. 4-6.
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.
The librarian from Washington West Elementary and principal from St. Francis Borgia Grade School have contacted the Washington Public Library seeking extensions on material checkouts and securing library cards for students.
Several members of the Washington in Bloom committee made their way to the 18th annual America in Bloom National Symposium and Awards Ceremony in St. Charles, Ill., Wednesday.
The drawings and design of a new elementary school in the Washington School District are nearing completion, according to Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer.
Mercy will offer a free educational seminar for individuals who are eligible for Medicare or will soon be eligible to help navigate the choices Medicare has to offer.
The Washington School District’s WINGS Educational Foundation inducted its 11th class to the Hall of Honor this past Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Washington KC Hall.
Two Washington men have been charged with kidnapping after spending several days with a 14- and a 15-year-old girl one of the men met online.
Since being awarded an NEA Big Read grant, the Washington Public Library has been gearing up for a six-week programming period all of which starts Monday, Sept. 30.
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.
About 25 percent of the total taxes collected for the Franklin County road and bridge fund go to maintain just 60 miles of roads, all of which are in special road districts.
Three suspected drug dealers were lured to a Southwinds apartment Wednesday night where they were robbed at gunpoint by four men.
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.
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.