Gov. Jay Nixon announced Monday that the state has selected design firm Parsons Brinckerhoff to plan and design a new Fulton State Hospital.
Event takes local foster, adopted children to the great outdoors
Adopted and foster children made long-lasting memories as they experienced the great outdoors Saturday.
William Woods University Greek Life students made pact to feed the hungry through joint philanthropic efforts of sororities and fraternities.
Upcoming barbecue at William Woods University will help pay off medical bills for the five-year-old.
A Fulton man was arrested early this morning after allegedly stealing from Break Time on West Fourth Street.
Fulton Garden Club passed its gift of green thumbs onto Fulton Middle School students Thursday by planting a willow tree.
New Bloomfield educators could see an increase on their paychecks if Superintendent David Tramel’s proposed budget is finalized and approved by the district’s board of education.
Westminster’s dining services, Fresh Ideas, to provide holiday meal
The Fulton Soup Kitchen will be celebrating Easter a little early with an egg hunt and buffet dinner on April 16.
The city of Fulton has been recognized as one of the most reliable sources of electricity in the nation.
The South Callaway Board of Education gave clearance to Superintendent Kevin Hillman to search for bids for facility upgrades totaling an estimated $5.5 million.
Fulton residents may have heard an emergency siren Wednesday night, but there was no cause for alarm — just the Fulton State Hospital experiencing technical difficulties.
Westminster College students are inviting area children and their families onto campus for a little bit of Spring fun at their annual Community Carnival this Sunday.
Supporters of the Coalition Against Rape and Domestic Violence gathered Tuesday night to celebrate 20 years of the organization’s existence.
Polls closed at 7 p.m. to elect school board members in Fulton, North Callaway, South Callaway and New Bloomfield school districts. Additionally, Fulton residents were asked about a bond issue and South Callaway Fire District wanted to increase its board. Lake Mykee Board of Trustees also held a contested race. Here are the results, being updated throughout the evening as they are available. See Wednesday's edition for the full story.
Judge rules write-in alderman hopeful owes city utility payments, ineligible for office
Jerry Wilkerson, the Auxvasse man who hoped to land on the Board of Aldermen there by write-in vote, was found ineligible for office by 13th Circuit Judge Gary Oxenhandler due to unpaid utility fees in a special hearing 10 a.m. today at the Callaway County Courthouse.