Area News

Parks Applauding Work of Groups — Exposing Sexual Predators
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 16, 2018

Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney Bob Parks compares private organizations that expose suspected online sexual predators to Neighborhood Watch groups.

Preliminary Approval for Police Pay Raises in 2019
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 16, 2018

With a row of police officers lining the back of the council chambers at the Dec. 4 board meeting, aldermen gave preliminary approval to pay raises, thanks to Prop P funding.

City Hires New Parks Director
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 16, 2018

The city of Washington will have a new parks director beginning early next month.

Washington Police Investigating Suspected Armed Robbery - At Maurices
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 16, 2018

Washington police are investigating a suspected armed robbery from Maurices Saturday where a woman handed a salesclerk a note demanding cash.

Washington School Board Will Vote on Bond Issue
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 16, 2018

The Washington School Board will formally vote Wednesday night on seeking a $26 million no-tax rate increase bond issue on the April 2, 2019, ballot.

CDC, DHSS Advise of Possible Area Public Health Concern
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 16, 2018

In consultation with experts at the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) is advising the public of a possible health concern for individuals that may have been in contact…

Final Incumbent Files for Council
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 16, 2018

The fourth and final incumbent for the Washington City Council filed for re-election Thursday.

Prosecutor Files New Indictment — In Ken Allen Murder
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 15, 2018

Amended charges have been filed against the third suspect in a Franklin County murder case that could send him to prison for life.

Area Crews Respond to House Fire
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 15, 2018

St. Clair firefighters responded to a house fire in Lonedell Tuesday, Dec. 11.

Hearing, Public Works Policy On Agenda; At Monday’s Board of Aldermen Meeting
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 15, 2018

A public hearing is scheduled before Monday’s St. Clair Board of Aldermen meeting at 6:30 p.m.

County Resident Hurt in Crash
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 15, 2018

A New Haven man was seriously injured Thursday, Dec. 13, when the truck he was driving left the road and struck a tree.

Leslie Man Charged With Rape
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 15, 2018

A Leslie area man is accused in the rape of a female acquaintance he knew through employment.

Engineering Work to Begin On Storm Sewer - To Replace Aging Line Connected to Sinkhole
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 15, 2018

A 30-year-old storm sewer line beneath Integram Drive will be replaced.

Union to Award Contract for City Hall Design
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 15, 2018

A special meeting is scheduled for Monday night as the city of Union moves forward with plans to build a new city hall.

Three File for Mayor’s Seat
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 15, 2018

The race to be the next mayor of Union is officially on.

United Way Salutes Its Top Donors — At Victory Celebration Tuesday Night
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 15, 2018

Franklin County Area United Way officials said it takes a village to run a successful campaign every year as they thanked every donor who contributed in this year’s drive at a victory celebration Tuesday night at the Jesuit Hall in…

Former Washington Doctor Sentenced On Federal Charges
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 15, 2018

A neurologist who previously practiced in Washington was sentenced Tuesday to 40 months in federal prison for illegal distribution of opioids and Medicare fraud.

Parade of Trees Light Up Each Night - Benefits Local Organizations
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 15, 2018

A total of 25 decorated Christmas trees line a section of the oval track in front of the Meramec Valley Middle School at 195 N. Indian Pride Drive.

County Looks Into Broadband Deal — How Will Residents Benefit?
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 15, 2018

Rural Franklin County residents may be getting new broadband internet services and Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker wants to make sure that actually happens.

County Bicentennial Ceremony January 12 — At East Central College Campus in Union
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 15, 2018

The opening ceremony to celebrate Franklin County’s bicentennial will be held Saturday, Jan. 12, at 2 p.m. in the John Anglin Performing Arts Center on the campus of East Central College in Union. A short reception with refreshments will follow.

Holiday House Tour Big Success
Missourian — Posted on Friday December 14, 2018

Downtown Washington Inc.’s holiday house tour, held this past Sunday, was a big success.

Helping to Make Holidays Brighter With Little Angels Program
Missourian — Posted on Friday December 14, 2018

The St. Clair Lions Club’s Little Angels program is in full swing and the deadline to submit donations is Wednesday, Dec. 19.

Former Marthasville Police Chief Charged
Missourian — Posted on Friday December 14, 2018

Former Marthasville Police Chief Eugene Jenkins was charged in Warren County Circuit Court with seven misdemeanor counts of misusing information from a police database.

Car Strikes Guardrail, Median Wall
Missourian — Posted on Friday December 14, 2018

A Washington woman sustained injuries Friday, Dec. 7, when the car she was driving struck a guardrail and median wall.

Parks Department Accepting Letters To Santa Claus
Missourian — Posted on Friday December 14, 2018

The Washington Parks Department is currently accepting letters to Santa that will be forwarded to him at the North Pole.


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