Hundreds of boy scouts collected nonperishable food items from area homes Saturday as part of the 38th annual Scouting for Food drive.
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is hosting a public information meeting Thursday, Dec. 1 to share the results of a traffic study it commissioned to improve traffic flow and safety along a nine-mile stretch of Highway 100 from St. Johns Road to Route AT.
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.
Franklin County residents normally would have received their 2022 real estate and personal property tax bills by now. When they will receive them is uncertain.
Liz Henderson didn’t have to ask the residents of Grandview Healthcare if they were enjoying every lyric of Garden Party’s concert on Monday afternoon. Instead, all she had to do was look at the faces of the more than 30 nursing home residents to see that they were enjoying every beat of the…
The centerpiece of the recently upgraded offices of the Franklin County Senate Bill 40 Resource Board was given a new name on Saturday.
A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit brought by the parents of an Autumn Hill State School student, whose parents alleged that their child had been abused more than 200 times by a First Student bus driver.
Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney Matthew Becker, as well as prosecuting attorneys from across the state, are asking voters to vote against the ballot measure that would legalize recreational marijuana in Missouri on Nov. 8.
“We love our agency and what we do, but as far as being compensated, we’re not appreciated and valued as much as we should be,” said Marissa Riegel.
East Central College President Jon Bauer now has more say in Jefferson City, with his appointment last month as chairperson of the advisory committee for the state’s Coordinating Board for Higher Education (CBHE).
Representatives from multiple law enforcement agencies recently conducted an annual compliance check on the 288 registered sex offenders residing in Franklin County, according to Franklin County Sheriff Steve Pelton.
A missing man, who suffers from a traumatic brain injury, was found Saturday after an hourslong search by the Franklin County Sheriff's Department, Jefferson County K9 unit, Boles Fire Protection District and St. Louis County Aviation.
Franklin County commissioners unanimously approved a less than a half-cent per $100 property tax valuation increase in the county’s general fund property tax rate Tuesday.
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.
The Franklin County Commission approved an ordinance Tuesday that will allow the city of Union to annex property for a new housing development.
Franklin County officials are considering charging the cities of Washington, Pacific and Sullivan for use of its emergency dispatch lines.
A Gerald woman is in stable condition in a St. Louis Hospital after being struck twice by two different cars Tuesday evening on Highway 100 near Washington Heights Drive.
With it looking less likely that the federal government will continue to cover the cost of student meals, the Union R-XI School District is serving up free breakfasts.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have categorized COVID-19 levels in Franklin County as “medium.”
The city of Union plans to open the Denmark Road bridge across Birch Creek to car traffic on Saturday, Aug. 20, City Administrator Jonathan Zimmermann said at the Aug. 4 Union Development Corp. board meeting.
The international monkeypox outbreak has been declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organization. While there have been some cases in the St. Louis area, there have been no reported cases in Franklin County.
Ryan Helfrich, who was appointed to the county's judiciary in December, won Tuesday's Republican primary election to retain his seat as the Division 5 associate circuit judge.