The Franklin County Area United Way will again disperse $1,025,000 to 53 agencies and programs this year.
Borderline temperatures and a half inch of snow wreaked havoc on Franklin County Monday, sending first responders in seemingly every direction to traffic accidents.
The East Central College Foundation will holds its annual Friends of the Foundation dinner Friday, Feb. 7, at the Holiday Inn at Six Flags, Eureka.
After fleeing police early Thursday morning, a Washington restaurant co-owner was arrested and charged with felony delivery of a controlled substance.
Since its inception in 2012, the Franklin County Municipal Court has collected $3,820,086 in fines and court fees from tickets issued from the sheriff’s office, building department, and planning and zoning violations.
All public and parochial schools in Franklin County, along with hundreds of others across the state, were closed Friday due to the weather forecast of incoming ice and sleet.
East Central College begins the new year focused on developing the initiatives in its new strategic plan that will enhance the college and surrounding communities.
The annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, hosted by Neighbors United-Undoing Racism along with the Civic and Community Engagement Committee at East Central College, will be held this Sunday, Jan. 19, at 3 p.m. at East Central College in Union.
The Franklin County Commission acted in good faith Tuesday by signing a large contract for multiple services on the proposed Union expressway and roundabout bypassing the intersection of Highways 47 and 50 in Union.
Three Franklin County applicants are among the 86 licenses backed by the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) for medical marijuana-infused products manufacturing facilities.
About 4 1/2 inches of precipitation, some liquid and some solid, fell on Franklin County since last Thursday, causing water to leave their banks along the Bourbeuse, Meramec and Missouri rivers.
According to court records, the Franklin County Municipal Court processed more than 6,000 tickets written by sheriff’s deputies in 2019, but projected revenues fell short by just under $90,000.
Franklin County Collector Doug Trentmann says his office took in 95.5 percent of the total taxes charged for real estate, personal property, railroads and utilities for 2019.
St. Louis County Library and St. Louis Public Library announced this week they will no longer be charging patrons “nickel-and-dime” overdue fees.
Union employees of the Franklin County Highway Department began the new year with no contract, but their current salaries and benefits will carry over until bargaining begins.
Franklin County Presiding Judge Ike Lamke has appointed A. David Arand to fill the seat of Franklin County municipal judge until the end of the current term.
The Four Rivers Career Center’s DECA marketing club is collecting donations now through Feb. 14 for Franklin County Humane Society (FCHS).
The new editor of the Christian News, based in New Haven, is Pastor Philip Hale, Omaha, Neb., who is serving as associate pastor of Zion Lutheran Church in Omaha.
Franklin County is playing a larger role in the St. Louis metro area and is being included in regional discussions concerning projects.
After weeks of review, a contentious public hearing in November and dozens of letters to the editor, the long-awaited vote to rezone all of Franklin County is just days away.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Franklin County ranks amongst the highest in the nation for opioids prescribed by physicians.
Jim Grutsch says he is as comfortable in work boots as he is in dress shoes and plans to split his time almost evenly between the worksites and his office.
After 31 years of late night fire investigations and many other responsibilities at the Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office, Jim Schuhmacher retired Tuesday.
As of this time next week, residents in neighboring Illinois will be able to legally purchase and consume recreational marijuana as it becomes the 11th state to legalize the once demonized drug.