Ziglin Signs, Washington, will participate in Sign Manufacturing Day in October, designed to showcase careers in the sign, graphics and visual communications industries.
The Washington School Board will hold a second public hearing Wednesday night to set the property tax levy for 2016-17 due to misinformation received from Franklin County.
The city of Washington erected No Trespassing signs Friday on fences blocking the Rotary Riverfront Trail from the new Highway 47 Missouri River bridge construction site.
The 11th annual Run to Read, sponsored by The Missourian, will be held Saturday, Oct. 8. The event will begin and end at the Washington Public Library.
Corey Mohn, the executive director at Blue Valley School District CAPS (Center for Advanced Professional Studies), paid a visit to the Four Rivers Career Center last Thursday to visit with students in CAPS programs here.
It may still feel like summer, but the annual Fall Festival of the Arts and Crafts will take place this weekend on and around the Main and Elm streets parking lot.
Situation awareness, active shooters, bomb threats and other safety information was the focus of a special presentation for Washington School District staff members last week.
St. Francis Borgia Regional High School officials said they are saddened by the announcement that Kennedy High School in west St. Louis County will close at the end of the current school year.
Cub Scout Troop 988 got quite a scare Wednesday night, Sept. 14 when the building they were holding their meeting in filled with smoke and they were forced to evacuate.
The city of Washington and the new Washington Community Fire Protection District have adopted a formal agreement to fund service to areas beyond the city limits.
The Washington School District has a contract pending with Immanuel Lutheran Church for the sale of the old Fifth Street School building and property, located at 100 W. Fifth St.
2014 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo champion Fallon Taylor wanted to promote team barrel racing, and she picked St. Clair to start her Squad Tour.
Reading and running enthusiasts, lace up your sneakers and prepare to join Newsbee Saturday, Oct. 8, for the 11th annual Run to Read. The event will begin and end at the Washington Public Library.
A new request to rezone a controversial tract of land will have to wait until next month for review by the Washington Planning and Zoning Commission.
A new Augmented Reality System (ARS) has been installed in Missouri Highway Patrol aircraft to assist in locating and identifying potential suspects and vehicles.