It is a long-standing tradition at The Fulton School in St. Albans to have the sixth-grade class run the school store, which offers a variety of lunch items, snacks and beverages for sale.
Laura Conley of Washington has been appointed to the Disability Resource Connection-Franklin County SB40 Resource Board, according to Kimberlyn MacDonald, executive director.
Franklin County has been awarded federal funds made available through the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)/Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program.
At this time of year, the Franklin County Relay For Life is typically gearing up to host its annual event in an effort to raise money and awareness in the fight against cancer.
With the first election day during the COVID-19 pandemic coming Tuesday, many questions will be answered about the future of elections in Franklin County and statewide in 2020.
In the two years Franklin County has participated in the prescription drug monitoring plan (PDMP) one county pharmacist has stopped at least 10 people from pill shopping and abusing prescription drugs.
Franklin County Clerk Tim Baker says there are many unknowns going into the general municipal election Tuesday, but encourages county residents to get out and vote.
Police investigators in St. Louis told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that a 2-year-old child initially believed to have been taken from his parents was not kidnapped.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue has announced details of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP), which will provide up to $16 billion in direct payments to deliver relief to America’s farmers and ranchers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Eastern District Court of Appeals Judge Roy L. Richter has ordered the Franklin County Commission to fully fund the budget request of Presiding Judge Ike Lamke.
Franklin County Clerk Tim Baker says polling places will be safe for voters next week for the general municipal election, but predicts low turnout.
Area superintendents said as they continue to navigate this historic COVID-19 health challenge, nothing is more important than protecting the health of students, employees and the communities they serve.
As the official start of summer is forecasted to be ushered in by rainy weather, all three of the major rivers running through Franklin County are near flood action stages.
Due to mandates and social distancing requirements related to the coronavirus, East Central College announced in late March that the graduation ceremony scheduled for May 18 would be postponed.
The Franklin County Commission on Tuesday held a public hearing regarding the speed limit on unpaved roads in unincorporated portions of the county.
Despite hundreds of Franklin County businesses being forced to close for the past two months, sales tax collections are higher than this time last year.
East Central College Phi Theta Kappa-Chi Delta Chapter Honor Society members exceeded their fundraising goals to help those in need within the community.