The Washington City Council Monday, Dec. 2, approved a new agreement with Crawford, Murphy & Tilly (CMT) Inc for airport consulting work.

The Washington City Council approved one appointment and two reappointments to the Washington Tourism Commission.

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Despite the rain, the Holiday Parade of Lights Friday night was still a big success, according to Cassidy Lowery, events specialist for Downtown Washington Inc., which sponsors the parade.

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What once had been a thriving feed store years ago at Front and Market streets in Downtown Washington will be transformed within the next 18 months into 10 condominiums.

The 11th annual Festival of Trees opens Saturday, Nov. 30, at St. Peter’s United Church of Christ, 20 E. Fifth St., Washington.

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Now is the time, while “the iron is hot,” to push forward with a decades-old plan for a corridor south of Washington.

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A 59-year-old Union man was killed Thursday, Nov. 28, when the car he was driving left Highway 100 and struck a rock bluff.

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Santa and Mrs. Claus will make an early appearance in Downtown Washington this Friday for the Holiday Parade of Lights, which starts at 6 p.m.

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In an effort to engage and inform parents, Washington School District Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer wants to host a Parent Summit next November on a range of topics.

A second extension for the submission of plans for a commercial zoning development on Duncan Heights Drive was granted Monday night, and a future continuation may be requested.

Washington Mayor Sandy Lucy read a resolution Monday night posthumously honoring Tom Fenner.

The Washington chapter of the Korean War Veterans Association at its meeting last week approved donations totaling $5,500. 

A street project impacting several Washington roadways has been completed — but city staff expects changes to the contract.

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The Washington School District’s newly hired project management firm to assist with upcoming construction work will provide an update to school board members Wednesday night, Nov. 20.

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For the 11th time in program history, the St. Francis Borgia Regional volleyball Lady Knights raised a state volleyball championship trophy.