Good Samaritans helped save a woman who was being beaten and choked Thursday while in a moving vehicle near Gerald, authorities said.
The Meramec Valley R-III School District has done such a good job of building up reserve funds in recent years, the district can manage one year of deficit spending with no cuts to personnel or operations, according to Joel Cracchiolo, business manager.
Meramec Valley R-III School District administrators are eyeing possible changes in how it operates in the future as student enrollment declines.
Franklin County Sheriff Gary Toelke said he does care about the handicap residents in the county.
Final plans are being made for the 14th annual Pacific Car Show scheduled for this Saturday, June 25.
St. Clair area residents couldn’t turn to the spray park to beat the heat Monday.
St. Clair R-XIII students will get an extra half-day off from classes this coming year after the board of education approved a change in the 2016-17 academic calendar.
With the city’s zoning rules and regulations in flux and in the process of a complete overhaul, the St. Clair Planning and Zoning Board delayed making a decision on a simple request of changing a parcel of land from commercial to residential.
Franklin County is in very good financial condition, according to County Counselor Mark Vincent, who presented a new 10-year economic forecast that was adopted by the county commission Tuesday.
The city of St. Clair is growing, and area businesses are trying to make growth happen, Aldermen Greg Talleur said at Monday night’s board meeting.
The East Central College Board of Trustees Monday night approved an $18.5 million general operating budget for fiscal year 2017, which begins July 1.
A dove found flopping helplessly in the center of an intersection has been nursed back to health and released beneath a tree near where it was found.
A break in the weather is partly credited with bringing patrons out to the free music concert at Pacific Station Plaza June 17, according to Stephen Flannery III, Pacific Partnership president.
A Franklin County jury returned a verdict June 10 awarding High Plain Land Company damages of $642,000 as a result of a 2010 condemnation case filed by Ameren UE running the Saddle Creek transmission line across 1.28 acres of the High Plain land located along Highway 100.
The Washington American Legion is ready for the annual fireworks display set for Monday, July 4, at the Washington Fairgrounds.
A proposed bond issue for the Washington School District has the backing of the city council.
The Washington City Council approved a series of measures to help pave the way for an expansion of LMI Aerospace in the Heidmann Industrial Park.
Business owners and employees in the Labadie area are “ecstatic” that Highway T has finally reopened.
Robert and Carol Sosnowski, Beaufort, celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary June 21, 2016. Mr. Sosnowski and the former Miss Vogelsang wer…
Gary and Christina Alfermann, Washington, announce the engagement of their daughter, Abby Alfermann, St. Louis, to Justin Robben, St. Louis, s…
With hot and humid arriving early, I’m wearing clothes usually reserved for July and August. So goes Missouri weather.
Eugene and Patricia Door, Beaufort, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary June 12, 2016. Mr. Door and the former Miss Di Pietro were unite…
Gregory and Carla Strnad, Washington, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kara Strnad, St. Louis, to Matthew Jung, St. Louis, son of Is…
Washington Post 218 Senior Legion Tournament
Visiting a longtime opponent Monday, the Pacific Swim Team stayed unbeaten with its third victory in a row.
Union scored first.
One team was polishing up on the way to the Washington Wood Bat Invitational semifinals.
Facing Warrenton Post 122 (6-5) in nonleague action Sunday, the St. Clair Post 347 Seniors (6-5) fell on the road Saturday, 18-6, in seven innings.
A Franklin County man died Friday night in a one-vehicle crash near St. Clair.
Washington Fire, Franklin County Sheriff and Missouri State Highway Patrol, responded to a two vehicle accident with reported injury at the intersection of Highway 100 and Jones Lane. Traffic is reported as moving. Updates posted as information becomes available.
Three children were hurt Monday after a car crashed head-on into the vehicle they were in by a man fleeing from Franklin County deputies.
Carl Zerna is expected to find out if he can keep his conditional use permit to operate a car dealership in Gray Summit at the next Franklin County Planning and Zoning commission meeting.
Texting while driving is being blamed in a three-vehicle crash Tuesday, June 14, near Berger.
By Ed Pruneau
In what was expected to be a contentious race for First District commissioner of Franklin County, the first shot has been fired by challenger Tim Baker, R-Robertsville, accusing incumbent Tim Brinker, R-Washington, of having unpaid taxes at the time of filing for re-election, thus making him ineligible to run.
A Franklin County man will serve almost seven years in prison in a 2014 drunk driving crash that claimed the life of a St. Clair High School student.
Authorities are investigating the suspected overdose death of a 24-year-old Grubville woman Saturday, June 18.