A new housing development in New Haven is one step closer to becoming reality following this week’s meeting of the city’s Planning & Zoning Commission.
There is no tastier sausage in Missouri than at the Hermann Wurst Haus, according to the Missouri Association of Meat Processors.
Tourists at the Lake of the Ozarks will soon have a new option for where to stay on vacation, according to a developer.
First State Community Bank officials recently announced the promotion of two employees.
Another business is joining the Hoffmann Family of Companies portfolio.
To say Gina Peters was surprised to learn she received the Distinguished Service Award from Union Area Chamber of Commerce would be an understatement.
Ameren Missouri plans to build a nearly 200-foot tall communications tower on the west side of Washington.
The Missouri House approved a bill this week that, if it becomes law, will bring the state in line with most of its neighbors in allowing sports betting. The proposal faces some hurdles in the Senate, however, including an attempt to tie the legislation to a controversial bill that would leg…
In the wake of the recent collapse of two U.S. banks, takeover of Credit Suisse by UBS, and efforts to salvage the struggling First Republic Bank, only 10 percent of U.S. adults say they have high confidence in America’s banks and other financial institutions, according to a new Associated P…
Aldi will open its new Washington store later this month, according to an announcement from the company.
Officials say marijuana tax revenue would go to parks, public safety, but proposals are non-binding
A gas station on the west side of Washington will soon be under new ownership.
Pfizer is spending about $43 billion to reach deeper into new cancer treatments that target tumor cells while sparing surrounding healthy tissue.
The Biden administration sued to block JetBlue Airways' $3.8 billion purchase of Spirit Airlines, saying Tuesday that the deal would reduce competition and drive up air fares for consumers.
Exit 11 Coffee, LLC, has made Inc. Magazine’s List of the Midwest Region’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies. The company is ranked 76th on the list, and the award acknowledges Exit 11’s 222 percent two-year growth through Dec. 31, 2021.
A drive-through coffee chain that’s expanding rapidly across the area is brewing a Union location.
A new four-way traffic signal is among the improvements underway near the intersection of Highway 100 and Interstate 44 in Gray Summit that are designed to spur commercial development in that area.
While Washington has placed a moratorium on short-term rental homes while it studies the issue, there doesn’t appear to be a need for stringent regulations in Union.
The Union Planning and Zoning Commission recommended a conditional use permit Monday for an ammunition plant in a previously-vacant building.
Mike Ellrich, a veteran sales professional with Pacific-based Husky Corporation, has been named the company’s vice president of sales.
Franklin County could be changing its rules on heights allowed for cellular and other wireless towers.
The Union Development Corp. is looking for help to add industrial building sites to the city.
A veteran journalist who has written for newspapers from coast to coast has joined The Missourian’s news team.
Washington could one day be connected again by rail to New Orleans, Cincinnati, and Washington, D.C.
Ameren Missouri is moving some recently installed utility poles that were placed too close to Country Club Road.
A zoning change for a building that formerly housed a hardware store and bowling alley has been approved, but a conditional use permit will be necessary for the property to be used as a site to manufacture ammunition.
A committee tasked with improving downtown Union will transition into a private nonprofit agency and adopt a new name.
Gateway Fiber, a Wright City based fiber optic internet provider, is making headway in Washington in a bid to extend its footprint to Franklin County.
Kurt Unnerstall, the owner of KJ Unnerstall Construction Company in Washington, was recently elected vice president of the SITE Improvement Association, a St. Charles-based trade association for contractors.
Hearth & Home is moving to a bigger space just down the street from its present location.
Although lips are officially sealed on which doughnut and coffee chain will be coming to Washington, there were a couple of hints at Monday night’s Planning & Zoning Commission meeting.
The Union Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual Trivia Night at the City Auditorium.
McBride Homes’ first residential development in Union could be the first in the city to form its own community improvement district (CID).
Wildwood couple Dan and Joanna Eagan have acquired Washington-based D&H Trucking and have taken over operations.
After being suspended for several years, Project United is returning to Union.
On Friday, for the first time dispensaries across the state, marijuana was sold legally to adults for recreational use.
A vacant Union building could be getting new life with lots of jobs, although its not clear in what field yet.
SEATTLE (AP) — Boeing bids farewell to an icon on Tuesday: It’s delivering its final 747 jumbo jet.
Guffey’s has opened in Washington, serving the same homemade sauce, dough, sausage and other fresh ingredients that originated at the historic Guffey’s Villa Ridge Foods.
Union is considering creating a nonprofit group to assist with promoting downtown, similar to Downtown Washington Inc.
Local wineries have brought home several awards in competitions so far in the winter wine competition season.
TNT Sales, a trailer sales and servicer based in Villa Ridge, is doubling its service space in Franklin County as part of a $2.5 million expansion.
The clearing of part of the last large tract in the Union Corporate Center industrial park has been finished for more than a year, and the city is still looking for a business to acquire the property. But it hopes to have one soon.
Union is taking its first steps in zoning for possible recreational marijuana businesses.
Groundwork has started on a new strip mall in Washington. The building will be home to a second laundromat in town and three other businesses.
U.S. Bank’s Downtown Washington branch is closing this spring.
A Cuba-based petroleum and transportation business with locations in Franklin County will be featured on a television series beginning next week.
Last year, 12 new businesses and over $5 million in investments came to the downtown Washington district.
The Union R-XI School District is bidding adieu to “the U.”
Amazon is ending a charity donation program it ran for a decade in its latest cost-cutting move.
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