Area News

City Hall Will Be the Site Of a Little Free Library
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016

The St. Clair Board of Aldermen approved a request from two Edgar Murray students to install a “Little Free Library” at city hall.

Protein Bars Needed for Troop
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016

A St. Clair mother whose son is in boot camp training in San Diego is asking people to donate protein bars to send to his troop.

Union Ambulance Tax Takes Effect Saturday
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016

People buying many items within the Union Ambulance District will see a bump in the price beginning Saturday.

Partnership Renewed With Cyber Crimes Task Force
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016

For more than a decade the relationship between the Franklin County sheriff’s office and the regional cyber crimes task force has been instrumental in dozens of arrests and subsequent convictions.

Band Festival Field Competition Lineup
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016

The field competition for the Washington Band Festival this Saturday will get underway at approximately 12:15 p.m. at the Washington High School field.

Young Professionals Honoredn At Annual Chamber Member Luncheon
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016

The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce recognized its fourth class of Outstanding Young Professionals at its annual member luncheon Monday.

Local Vets Form Club to Motivate Others
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016

Some local veterans are looking to inspire other veterans to become more physically, and emotionally, fit.

Man Faces Assault Charges
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016

A St. Clair man has been charged with felony domestic assault Sept. 14.

Prosecutor Forced to Amend Theft Cases — Due to Supreme Court Ruling
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016

Newly updated Missouri criminal codes that take effect Dec. 31 will “correct” a recent ruling by the Missouri Supreme Court that invalidated many felony stealing charges, Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney Bob Parks said.

Lonedell Cruise-In Will Be October 22
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016

The 7th annual Lonedell Bobcat Pride Cruise-In will be Saturday, Oct. 22.

Dates Set for Boo Bash, Christmas Parade Events
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016

The St. Clair Park Board has set the dates for this year’s Boo Bash and Christmas parade.

Man Injured in Rollover Crash Near Lonedell
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016

A dump truck driver was injured Friday in a rollover crash near Lonedell.

Union Chamber Accepting Award Nominations
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016

The Union Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for those who are driving Union’s business community and economic growth.

Man Charged With Assault For Allegedly Cutting Victim
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016

A Union man is charged with assault in the alleged stabbing of a man Saturday, Sept. 24.

Sewer Line Break Near Flat Creek in Union
Missourian — Posted on Tuesday September 27, 2016

Update at 3:55 p.m: The leak has been fixed.

Gifted Program Keeps Evolving for Students
Missourian — Posted on Monday September 26, 2016

Gifted students tackle tougher subjects than the majority of their classmates because they can, according to Kyle Walz, Meramec Valley R-III School District Odyssey coordinator.

Suspect Arrested in Connection With Fire at St. Clair Church
Missourian — Posted on Monday September 26, 2016

The St. Clair Police Department has arrested a suspect in connection with a break-in and fire at Roots Church early Monday morning.St. Clair police and fire departments were dispatched to Roots Church at 335 N. Commercial early Monday morning in…

Ziglin Signs to Host Tours for Students - Part of Sign Manufacturing Day
Missourian — Posted on Sunday September 25, 2016

Ziglin Signs, Washington, will participate in Sign Manufacturing Day in October, designed to showcase careers in the sign, graphics and visual communications industries.

May Use Grant to Pave West Main, Westlink Drive
Missourian — Posted on Sunday September 25, 2016

The city of Washington plans to use federal grant funds to pave two roads in conjunction with the major Bluff Road improvement project.

Students Collect Over $5,000 in Door Drive - Mail-In Donations Will Boost Total
Missourian — Posted on Sunday September 25, 2016

More than 200 high school students, wearing bright green T-shirts and carrying brochures, canvassed the Washington community Wednesday afternoon collecting donations for the Franklin County Area United Way campaign.

Some Taxing Entities Have Major Debt
Missourian — Posted on Sunday September 25, 2016

Despite the higher assessed valuation of schools and cities in Franklin County, and the somewhat rosy financial forecast, many taxing entities are still carrying massive debt from borrowing and bond issuances.

Safe Location Needed For History Collection
Missourian — Posted on Sunday September 25, 2016

Alderman Carol Johnson wants the city to find a permanent home for history memorabilia and papers that were removed from the Meramec Valley History Museum building when the building was sold.

City, Sports Leaders To Discuss Field Use
Missourian — Posted on Saturday September 24, 2016

Union parks and recreation officials soon will begin working with youth sports leaders to hash out field schedules in preparation for the opening of the Veterans Memorial Park next year.

Bardot Street Improvement Plans Have Been Put on Hold
Missourian — Posted on Saturday September 24, 2016

Plans to make improvements to Bardot Street from Highway 30 to Springfield have been put on hold for now.

Outstanding Bonds to Be Refinanced
Missourian — Posted on Saturday September 24, 2016

The Meramec Valley School District approved a “go to market” resolution to refund $5.4 million in outstanding general obligations bonds and issue new bonds.


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