Area News

Soil Issues Being Addressed at New Grade School Site
Missourian — Posted on Thursday April 25, 2019

A snowy winter that turned into a rainy spring has caused problems with the soil at the site of a new Union elementary school.

School District Pleased With Prop Wildcats Project Costs
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

St. Clair Teen Dance Canceled
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

The St. Clair teen dance for Friday, April 26, is canceled. Park President Dana Collins-Messex said the dance will be rescheduled for a later date.

Community Forum Is Wednesday to Discuss St. Clair School Facilities
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

Community members will have a chance to hear a presentation about possible future upgrades for St. Clair R-XIII School Wednesday, April 24, in the high school auditorium at 6:30 p.m.

Joe's Column: Saving a Tree
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

One of my favorite things about this job is that I’m constantly learning new things.

First Sunset Event Of Season Thursday — At Washington Riverfront
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

Downtown Washington Inc.’s annual Sunset on the Riverfront concert series will begin this Thursday and run through September.

St. Clair Parks Partners with Organization; To Help Achieve All-Ability Playgrounds
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

The St. Clair Parks Department has partnered with an organization that will help raise funds for two new all-ability playgrounds.

Registration Now Open For Swim Fitness Classes
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

Once again the Union Parks and Recreation Department is partnering with Lifeforce Fitness to offer water aerobics during the summer season at the city’s Splash-N-Swimplex.

UMS Releases Third Quarter Honor Roll
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

Union Middle School recently announced its third-quarter honor roll.

Homeless Shelter Here Sparks Much Debate — Both Support, Opposition
Missourian — Posted on Tuesday April 23, 2019

The Franklin County Homeless Task Force (HTF) received both support and opposition at the public forum Tuesday, April 16, on a proposed homeless shelter in Washington.

“Lyndon’s Law” Clears Senate Committee — Full Vote Scheduled Next Week
Missourian — Posted on Monday April 22, 2019

A bill sponsored in honor of former Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) employee and Franklin County resident Lyndon Ebker is just one step away from going to the governor’s desk.

Pedestrian Struck on Highway 100 Died
Missourian — Posted on Monday April 22, 2019

A 39-year-old Pacific woman who was struck by a vehicle Wednesday, April 17, died from the injuries.

County Has Small Population Growth; Stands at 103,670
Missourian — Posted on Monday April 22, 2019

According to the latest U.S. Census data released Thursday, 382 people moved into Franklin County as of July 2018 raising the overall population to 103,670.

Plan Board Grants Conditional Use Permit for Real Estate Building
Missourian — Posted on Monday April 22, 2019

The Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission approved a conditional use permit for a real estate office to be located in Boles Township Tuesday night.

Events Planned For Independent Bookstore Day — At Neighborhood Reads
Missourian — Posted on Monday April 22, 2019

Neighborhood Reads bookstore in Washington will join hundreds of bookstores across the country in celebrating Independent Bookstore Day Saturday, April 27.

Metro City Plan To Impact Area
Missourian — Posted on Sunday April 21, 2019

Campaign representatives seeking to create a united metropolitan St. Louis say the impact of the county and city consolidation will have great impact on Franklin County and the other “collars” of St. Louis.

Man Charged With Murder
Missourian — Posted on Sunday April 21, 2019

The Villa Ridge man accused of killing his girlfriend Monday, April 15, told a neighbor the victim was faking her injuries.

Donations Erase School Lunch Debt - Pacific Eagles Aerie Recognized
Missourian — Posted on Sunday April 21, 2019

Thanks to a community program led by Pacific Eagles Aerie 3842, no students in the Meramec Valley R-III School District’s 10 buildings are eating a substitute meal because they have a negative lunch balance.

WINGS to Offer Lunch Delivery During Picnic — Family Picnic in the Park May 3
Missourian — Posted on Sunday April 21, 2019

The Washington School District’s WINGS Educational Foundation will again offer its barbecue lunch delivery during its annual Family Picnic Friday, May 3.

Re-Elected Aldermen Take Oath of Office
Missourian — Posted on Sunday April 21, 2019

Three incumbent aldermen were sworn in Tuesday, April 16, to start their new terms.

Homeless Task Force Presents Shelter Plans — Addresses Concerns of Residents
Missourian — Posted on Saturday April 20, 2019

Nearly 150 people gathered Tuesday night at a public forum to give feedback on a proposed homeless shelter in Washington.

Union Will Offer NJROTC Program Next Year
Missourian — Posted on Saturday April 20, 2019

Starting next school year, Union students will have the option to take part in the Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) program.

Wild Animals in Yards Prompts New Policy - City to Provide Traps for Residents
Missourian — Posted on Saturday April 20, 2019

By Pauline Masson

Board Denies Red Cedar Inn Request - City Will Take Possession in June
Missourian — Posted on Saturday April 20, 2019

Aldermen say the firm that currently occupies the Red Cedar Inn building will have to vacate the property by June 28, as notified.

Union Will Offer NJROTC Next Year At Washington
Missourian — Posted on Saturday April 20, 2019

Starting next school year, Union students will have the option to take part in the Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) program.


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