The Four Rivers Career Center and St. Francis Borgia Regional High School have resumed normal operations after being on lockdown for a brief time mid-day Thursday.
The Union R-XI School District announced Wednesday evening they would cancel classes the day of the total solar eclipse Monday, Aug. 21, that officials say could bring up to 30,000 visitors to the city.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Agency are investigating a caustic soda spill that was reported in Flat Creek near Gateway Extrusions in the industrial park, off Park Drive, in Union.
Thomas Leary Miller, Sr., whose newspaper career at the Washington Missourian spanned nearly 40 years, died Thursday, July 27, 2017, after a short hospital stay in St. Louis County. He became ill Monday, July 24, and entered Missouri Baptist Hospital that day. He was just a few days short of…
With high temperatures in the forecast for the coming weekend and week, several locations throughout the county are offering free cooling centers to the public.
The Washington High School graduation ceremony will be held indoors in the Blue Jay Gymnasium at 7 p.m., due to forecasts of rain Friday evening. Each graduating senior has access to six tickets to the ceremony, which will be streamed live in the CJB Theater for those who would like to be mo…
Missourians affected by flooding can now access a resource and information page on the website of U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill. The page provides Missourians with federal, state, and nonprofit resources to assist with shelter, travel, and emergency planning information.
Franklin County deputies saved two lives Tuesday — within minutes of each other — by administering Narcan during suspected heroin overdoses.
Flooding has led to the closure of Highway 94 at Dutzow and there is no northern route out of the city of Washington, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT). The Highway 47 bridge in Washington over the Missouri River is also closed, according to Washington police.
The Washington School District will be closed for a third day Wednesday due to flooding in outlying areas and officials are preparing to sandbag at doors and windows at South Point Elementary if the Busch Creek continues to rise.
Deputies have been working overtime to monitor pockets of Franklin County with limited access due to high water.
Classes will be in session Wednesday, May 3, at all East Central College locations.Any student or employee unable to reach campus due to flooding needs to contact his or her faculty/supervisor about an absence.
The communities of Lonedell, Robertsville and Catawissa are part of a 20-square-mile portion of Franklin County which is now cut off due to floodwaters.
Saying it’s vital that everyone who has questions or concerns about the impending flood should have one person as a point of contact, aldermen called a special board meeting April 28 to appoint a go-to individual.
The American Red Cross Disaster Shelter is open in the Tri-County Community Center located 800 West Union Street, Pacific, for overnight accommodations, food and other emergency needs. The 24-hour number for Red Cross assistance is 314-516-2700.
With the passage of Prop P in St. Louis County earlier this month comes more stability for the neighboring police force.
Portions of Route BB will again be closed Thursday, April 20. The roadway will be closed between High Ridge Drive and Highway 50 so crews can pave over pipes that had been replaced. No through traffic will be allowed through those two points.