Area News

Archbishop Responds to Sexual Abuse Findings
Missourian — Posted on Saturday August 18, 2018

The Most Rev. Robert J. Carlson, Archbishop of St. Louis, released the following statement regarding the recent sexual abuse findings:

Motorcyclist Injured in Crash
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

A St. Clair man was serious injured in a vehicle crash Friday, July 27, in Jefferson County.

City Continues Talks On Rabbit Trail Speed
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

A new traffic study will be conducted on Rabbit Trail Drive due to concerns about speeding along the mostly residential street.

City Poised To Change Multifamily Density
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

The city is poised to approve code amendments that would loosen some density requirements — and provide the historic preservation committee a new avenue for education.

Altemueller Jewelry Attends Buying Show
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

Mark Noelke and Sunshine Hommes from Altemueller Jewelry store in Washington and other top jewelers from around the country recently attended the 2018 Retail Jewelers Organization (RJO) Summer Buying Show in Minneapolis, Minn.

St. Clair Downtown Group Awaiting Nonprofit Status; First Fundraiser Set for September
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

Plans are moving ahead with the formation of a nonprofit downtown St. Clair organization.

Sheriff: School Start Brings Traffic Changes
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

Franklin County Sheriff Steve Pelton is asking motorists to allow additional time for commutes as students go back to school this week.

City Building Department Issues 131 Permits in July
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

The estimated construction cost for building permits issued in Washington last month was up over $1 million compared to June.

Ameren Replacing Aging Pipe With New Gas Mains
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

Ameren Missouri natural gas crews are replacing aging pipe with new gas mains and services as part of a $13 million investment to upgrade infrastructure and increase the reliability of the natural gas system in central Missouri.

Highway Patrol Reminds Drivers to Drive Sober - With Labor Day Approaching
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

Labor Day weekend brings a surge of travel across the nation. During the summer’s last holiday, many will make the conscious mistake of driving impaired.

School District Valuations Increase by $48 Million
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

Preliminary numbers show the 2018 assessed valuation of Franklin County school districts has increased by more than $48.4 million over last year.

City Approves Payment To Stormwater Fund
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

The Washington City Council Monday, Aug. 6, approved a request for a cash payment to be made in lieu of construction of an on-site stormwater detention basin at the future home of Wilson and Company.

Fair Cleanup Is Going Smoothly
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

They say it takes a village to raise a child. This also is true for the Washington Town & Country Fair, being the city’s metaphorical child, which takes a village to clean up.

Dr. Brunworth Joins Washington Smiles Practice
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

Dr. Marty Brunworth has returned to his hometown and joined the Washington Smiles team.

Union Considers New Insurance Pool
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

After saving nearly a $1 million over a three-year period, the city of Union is looking at ways to reduce health insurance costs even more.

St. Clair Bulldog Football Marks Milestone; Celebrating 50 Years
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

The St. Clair R-XIII football season will mark its 50th anniversary during the 2018-19 school year.

Plan Board Rejects ‘Food Truck’ Permit - Outside Downtown Business
Missourian — Posted on Friday August 17, 2018

A request for a special use permit for a “food truck” on city property was quashed Monday by the Washington Planning and Zoning Commission.

Sullivan Woman Hurt in Car Crash
Missourian — Posted on Thursday August 16, 2018

A Sullivan woman was injured in a crash Thursday afternoon, July 26.

Man­ Hurt in Car Crash
Missourian — Posted on Thursday August 16, 2018

A Chicago, Ill., man was injured in a crash after falling asleep at the wheel in Franklin County Monday, Aug. 6.

ECC HR Training Program Will Be Held August 21
Missourian — Posted on Thursday August 16, 2018

East Central College’s Center for Workforce Development will host a lunch and workshop focusing on fundamentals of human resources management Tuesday, Aug. 21, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Planning Board OKs Lot Rezoning
Missourian — Posted on Thursday August 16, 2018

The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission Monday approved a request to rezone a lot in the Brookview Subdivision.

Incentive Package for 320 Lafayette Street
Missourian — Posted on Thursday August 16, 2018

The Historic Washington Foundation (HWF) in partnership with its sister organization, Downtown Washington Inc., announces an incentive package for the city of Washington owned property at 320 Lafayette St.

Lanes on Highway 47 South of Bridge to Close
Missourian — Posted on Thursday August 16, 2018

One lane of Highway 47 south of the Missouri River bridge in Washington will close next week for about one month.

Charity Tractor Cruise Will Be September 9
Missourian — Posted on Thursday August 16, 2018

Tractors will ride again through Franklin County this fall.

KE2 Therm Solutions Earns Industry Award — For Excellence in Product Design
Missourian — Posted on Thursday August 16, 2018

Local refrigeration controls company, KE2 Therm Solutions, Washington, has earned its sixth industry award.


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