Five city of Washington officials will be sworn in later this month following Tuesday’s municipal election.
The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission is set to review a rezoning request and a development plan related to an affordable housing project.
In a close race, two incumbents and a newcomer were elected to the Washington Board of Education Tuesday in the municipal election, according to unofficial results from Franklin, Warren and St. Charles counties.
About 100 people, most of them high school and college students from the Washington area, gathered at Washington High School Wednesday afternnon, June 3, and then marched through town in solidarity of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Laura Conley of Washington has been appointed to the Disability Resource Connection-Franklin County SB40 Resource Board, according to Kimberlyn MacDonald, executive director.
Dentists here and nationwide argue that they are among the most “at-risk” of contracting the virus due to proximity between staff and patients, and the aerosol that is produced during routine procedures.
The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce is slowly resuming some of its activities in June now that some restrictions with the COVID-19 pandemic have been lifted.
With summer fast approaching, Westlake Ace Hardware stores throughout the nation, including Washington, are gearing up to host their annual fan drive benefiting The Salvation Army. The fan drive will be held June 4-21. The fans will be distributed in July.
After weeks of discussions and presentations, the city of Washington made it official Monday night — Westport Pools will design and construct the city’s new aquatics facility.
Summertime brings many things to the Washington community, including local theatre. but due to the coronavirus pandemic it’s going to look a little different.
Tooling Tech Group (TTG), the second largest tooling provider in the United States, has announced an investment of $4.5 million to expand its Washington operations by 21,000 square feet.
This time of year typically brings festivals and outdoor events, but due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, businesses and organizations have had to think outside the box to bring in revenue.
Mercy Clinic Four Rivers and Mercy Hospital Washington continue to reopen services to the community and safely bring back patients whose testing, procedures and surgeries were postponed in light of COVID-19.
Each year, EdTA (Educational Theatre Association) recognizes International Thespian Society troupe directors, emeritus members and other professional members who have dedicated themselves to the cause of theatre education for more than 20 years.
The Washington Historical Society board of trustees met last week and formed a small committee to study and determine the protocol for reopening the museum, which has been closed since March 18 due to the coronavirus.
The Washington Library opened its online preregistration for the summer reading program Monday, May 18, and Library Director Nelson Appell said he hopes to see numbers grow.
With the high demand and shortages of quality cloth face masks, Hodges Badge has reconfigured its Washington factory and introduced a line of quality, reusable cloth face masks to meet the needs of consumers and businesses.
As things begin to open back up and coronavirus-related restrictions begin to wind down, the Washington Lions Club is beginning to hold in-person meetings once again.
Casey Zastrow, an American Family Insurance agency owner in Washington, has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program.
St. Louis Small Business Monthly, an editorial on strategy, management and innovation for St. Louis-area entrepreneurs and business owners, recently listed the Bank of Washington as one of “The Best Banks” in the St. Louis Region for the sixth year in a row.