Downtown Washington Inc. begins the new year with a new executive director, but its focus remains the same — preserving and promoting the historic downtown core.
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers downshifted their hiring in December, adding 145,000 jobs as consumer spending appeared to aid gains in the retail and hospitality sectors.
Susan C. Watermann, CFSP, a funeral director with Nieburg-Vitt, Miller Funeral Home in Washington, recently qualified for the designation of Certified Funeral Service Practitioner (CFSP), by the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice.
Shattered Glass Designs in Washington has been helping people make unique, one-of-a-kind artwork for over two years. Owner Wendy Smith-Moore got the idea for adding glass to paintings during an art lesson she was teaching at her home.
Dr. James G. Mace, a general dentist practicing in Washington, recently co-authored an article for the Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA).
Kelisen Gaither-Carino, Pacific, director of nursing at Marymount Manor, was honored at the 25th anniversary VOYCE Caregiver Awards Luncheon Dec. 5, she received a Lifetime Achievement award for caregiving.
Franklin County Assessor Tom Copeland says taxing entities could lose $215,000 in property tax revenue if an assessment appeal by the Walmart Corporation is successful.
On the heels of earning an “A” grade for Hospital Safety, Mercy Hospital Washington also has been recognized as a “Top Hospital” by the Leapfrog Group — a designation fewer than 6 percent of hospitals in the country attain.
Dane Huxel, a Washington native and 2002 graduate of St. Francis Borgia Regional High School, has been named as the winner of the 2019 Distinguished Young Alumni Service Award by Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau.
Rebelle Fitness, a boutique group fitness and personal training studio, will hold its grand opening Wednesday, Jan. 1, at 1158 Clock Tower Plaza, Washington.
Washington Metal Fabricators recently added a 461-kilowatt solar power system to five of the buildings on its campus for a cost of $797,000, which in just under six years will be paid off and translate to more than $1 million in electric savings over the next 25 years.
Kati Cranmer, MS, LPC, of Union, earned the prestigious Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor (RPT-S) credential conferred by the Association for Play Therapy (APT), according to its CEO Kathryn Lebby.
The Jefferson Cup Wine Invitational, often referred to as the “Olympics” of wine competitions, celebrated its 20th year and Stone Hill Winery in Hermann took top honors.
Mercy Pharmacy has introduced a new service to its location at Mercy Medical Building North in Washington called Mercy Pharmacy Park & Pickup.
David Fitzpatrick, a Washington High School graduate, never thought he would open his own hair salon. That was until he performed a “perfect” Marcel curl on his first try. Then everything changed.
Steve Carter grew up calling his grandfather Bert. It wasn’t until his grandfather retired and moved to Florida years later that Carter realized that wasn’t his grandfather’s actual name.
To show their support for the family of Alec Ingram, who passed away last Thursday from osteosarcoma cancer, many Downtown Washington merchants and other local businesses will donate a portion of their sales Sunday to the family.
For a second year, Ameren Missouri and United Way, in partnership with statewide Energy Assistance Agencies, will support active military families and veterans to help pay their utility bills.
Mercy Hospital Washington was one of nine Mercy hospitals and only 877 in the country that received A grades in The Leapfrog Group’s Fall 2019 Hospital Safety Grade.
Robert M. “Pete” Tobben was elected president of the Washington Redevelopment Corporation at the group’s annual meeting Wednesday at city hall. Tobben had been serving as first vice president and treasurer.
The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce and the city of Washington are teaming up to host a job fair Tuesday, Nov. 19, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the city auditorium.