The downtown Washington Amtrak Train Station, which was once the seventh-busiest Amtrak station in the state, has seen ridership figures plummet in recent months as the COVID-19 pandemic rolls on.
Three friends and business partners are hoping the walls of their downtown Washington brewery will soon be ringing with the sounds of diners and drinkers, laughing, talking and enjoying some freshly brewed beer.
Bank of Washington Chairman and CEO L. B. Eckelkamp Jr. has promoted Kent Buhr to assistant vice president of electronic banking at the Bank of Washington.
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft’s Securities Division ordered Thomas Casey, Dennis Di Ricco, Cynthia Wade and their company Golden Genesis Inc. to cease and desist after they allegedly committed fraud in offering and selling unregistered securities to seven Missourians.
Hazel Prophete, 58, owner of Hazel’s Back Porch BBQ, is taking her culinary talents to the streets of Washington and returning to her roots by moving her business into a fire-engine red food truck.
LMI Aerospace announced Thursday its plans to close its St. Charles facility and layoff the 52 employees there, according to a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act notice filed Sept. 4.
For most, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused financial strain and hardship but for entrepreneur Logan Diebal, it has created an opportunity to expand his business ventures.
Backers of a ballot initiative seeking to privatize operations of St. Louis Lambert International Airport on Wednesday said they are withdrawing the measure from the Nov. 3 ballot.
Walking through the doors of Ponderosa Steakhouse in Washington was a solemn experience as customers filled their last plates of food and staff trickled in to say goodbye to co-workers before the restaurant closed its doors permanently Monday afternoon.
Bank of Washington announced Danielle Unnerstall, director of marketing and public relations officer, has been promoted to director of digital strategy and marketing, a newly created role. Unnerstall has been with the bank since 2011 and in her previous role since 2013.
Franklin County unemployment rates have dropped below 10 percent for the first time in two months, but are still more than double pre-coronavirus rates.
Downtown Washington Inc.’s modified Art Fair & Winefest, dubbed The Winefest Pick-Up Party, brought in about 25 percent of the revenue the nonprofit typically receives from the full-scale event, which is its largest fundraiser.
As COVID-19 casessurge across the country and in Missouri, national and regional chain stores are taking measures into their own hands to prevent the spread.
With a focus on the health and safety of customers and teammates, Schnuck Markets, Inc. is taking the necessary step of requiring all customers to wear a face covering while shopping in its stores.
After meeting 13 years ago at L’Ecole Culinaire in St. Louis, Tom Kent and Pete Nehls have finally seen their dream of owning a restaurant together come true.
Jason Marschel, owner of Marschel Wrecking, has joined the board of directors of Magnificent Missouri, a nonprofit that works to conserve and protect land in southern Warren County, along the Missouri River and Katy Trail.