Heather Cook, owner of Modern Vintage, saw around 100 customers Saturday morning and hoped for more by the end of the shopping holiday.
Washington’s Walmart store was the retail giant’s first to be transformed into a Supercenter. That was in 1988. On Friday, store officials cut the ribbon on a nearly $6 million renovation and redesign making it one of the chain’s first to convert to the next generation “store of the future.”
The building housing a childcare center and Jubilee Church on the 1900 block of E. Fifth Street in Washington has been sold and Shop Around the Corner has announced plans to build a new building.
The Missouri Department of Conservation is not biting on a local weather expert’s efforts to host a fishing derby on the opening day of catch-and-keep trout fishing.
Franklin County is aiming to get personal property and real estate tax bills in the mail by the first week of December after approving a temporary agreement with its former information technology provider.
As Washington’s workforce grows, the number of high-tech jobs and workers with experience in math and computers will grow exponentially in the county, according to a report from Greater St. Louis Inc.
A local bank is buying $1.5 million in bonds to help the Union R-XI School District pay for replacing the HVAC system and playground at Central Elementary School.
Eric Freeman, a veteran of the newspaper industry, recently joined the staff of The Missourian as Director of Circulation.
Jennifer Parmentier, former general manager of Sporlan Valve Company in Washington, was named chief executive officer of Parker Hannifin Corporation, the global motion and control technologies company that purchased Sporlan in 2004.
OSAGE BEACH - The City of Osage Beach announced Thursday its plans for a new $300 million family resort and entertainment district.
The Union R-XI School District Board of Education got an update on projects planned for Central Elementary School and the former Scenic Regional Library Union branch at its Oct. 19 meeting.
Around the United States, and locally, retail sales have been strong through the pandemic, especially online. New numbers, however, suggest that in-person buying has been stronger than expected.
Washington banker Robert Dobsch, of Bank of Franklin County, was appointed by Gov. Mike Parson to the Missouri Health and Educational Facilities Authority, according to a Friday press release from the governor’s office.
The moratorium on new short-term rentals in Augusta has been extended until January, and town officials said they’re weeks away from having a plan for how to proceed.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has fined a Eureka used car dealership for allegedly tampering with car engines to render emissions controls inoperative.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has given approval for Tractor Supply Company to purchase Orscheln Farm and Home — with the exception that some Orscheln stores, including those in Franklin County, will be sold to other buyers.
After another board recently declined to vote on a planned rail transfer station in Union, the Union Development Corp. (UDC) board is throwing its support behind the project.
The Union R-XI School District has approved funding to replace the HVAC system and build a new playground at Central Elementary School.
A motion to recommend a zoning change to allow for a rail transfer station off Highway 47 died because of a lack of a second at Monday’s Union Planning and Zoning Commission meeting.
Gallery Augusta, owned by Vic and Ruth-Ann Brown since 1984, is the latest Augusta business purchased by the Hoffmann Family of Companies, which is owned by billionaire David Hoffmann and his wife Jerri Hoffmann.
The city of Union approved a variance to allow Sullivan Bank to change the parking lot of its branch on the south end of downtown at its Board of Alderman meeting Sept. 19.
Though it won’t be the first choice, Union R-XI School District teams will now be able to stay at short-term rental homes when out of town for events.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Business and government officials are bracing for the possibility of a nationwide rail strike at the end of this week while talks carry on between the largest U.S. freight railroads and their unions.
American Foods Group LLC broke ground Sept. 12 on its well-publicized $800 million beef processing facility in Warren County.
LA CHAPELLE-SAINT-MESMIN, France (AP) — For the glassmakers at iconic French tableware brand Duralex, the mornings have become a horror show. Daily updates from energy traders drop into their email inboxes, showing the asphyxiating upward climb of prices for the natural gas and electricity t…
From the street, the Waterworks Building in James W. Rennick Riverfront Park looks much the same as it did when vacated several years ago. But stepping inside the historic building, which was constructed in 1888, there’s no mistaking that the building has been transformed into WashMO on the …
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Major freight railroads, in a bid to apply pressure on unions and Congress, say a strike that could come after a key deadline passes next week would cost the economy more than $2 billion a day and disrupt deliveries of all kinds of goods and passenger traffic nationwide.
CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) — Apple’s latest line-up of iPhones will boast better cameras, faster processors, and a longer lasting battery — all at the same prices as last year’s models, despite inflationary pressure that has driven up the cost of many other everyday items.
DALLAS (AP) — With summer vacations winding down, airlines are counting on the return of more business travelers to keep their pandemic recovery going into the fall.
DALLAS (AP) — Drugstore operator CVS Health Corp. said Monday that it will buy home-health provider Signify Health for $8 billion.
The Hoffmann Family of Companies plans to open a nail salon in the lower level of its building housing the Augusta Clothing Co. in Augusta, according to Don Simon, CEO.
Less than two months after taking on information technology responsibilities for Franklin County, Washington-based NOC Technology made a costly recommendation. And more purchases could be coming.
A 10-acre parcel of undeveloped land was recently sold in Pacific’s Meramec Industrial Park to Graphic Packaging International (GPI) for approximately $770,000.