E-cigarettes pose health concerns, too, study says
Business owners and offices are divided on how to address use of electronic cigarettes as part of their tobacco policies, as studies continue to examine their potential health effects and potential for secondhand side effects.
Newcomer to City Council unopposed on April ballot
Mark Schreiber believes he’s ready to do his part and serve Jefferson City as a member of the City Council.
Jefferson City area skaters are lacing up their boots to perform in the 53rd Annual Washington Park Ice Show Friday through Sunday.
Jay Baseball Boosters are holding a Grand Slam event as a fundraiser beginning at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at St. Martin’s Knights of Columbus Hall.
Just weeks after birth, Taylor Suprenant spent two months in pediatric intensive care with symptoms of shaken baby syndrome. Step-grandmother Johnna Carrender soothed him with recordings of instrumental and classical music.
Hundreds of Cub Scouts gathered together Saturday to race in the annual Five Rivers District Pinewood Derby. The 2015 Pinewood Derby was at the Blair Oaks Middle School, a new location for the annual event.
Reader asks how each would change current board policy, procedure
With the April 7 election less than three weeks away, four challengers and an incumbent are vying for two open seats on the Jefferson City Board of Education.
This week, candidates for the Jefferson City Board of Education respond to questions submitted by a News Tribune reader concerning academies.
Personality of next mayor can have huge effect on job
Jefferson City voters will go to the polls in less than three weeks to choose a new mayor, and whoever gets the job will need to work with the city administrator to get things done.
Jefferson City was ranked as the best small city for women in the workforce, based on criteria including women’s median earnings, monthly rent to indicate cost of living, difference in workforce participation between men and women and the overall employment rate.
Ten venues are partaking in the Dash this year, which is more than double the participating restaurants a year ago.
Mid-Missouri lawmakers generally are pleased with the progress made so far, in the General Assembly’s 2015 session.
Disappointment hit some in the Morgan County R-2 (MCR2) Middle School library Monday following a 5-2 school board vote that will keep South Elementary as is, not turning it into an Early Learning Center as previously proposed.
When a Johnson County farm advisor stood up to tell more than 300 Missouri farmers about controlling hog cholera through anti-hog cholera campaigns in the spring of 2015, he probably wasn’t aware the same convention would be repeated annually for a century.
Meanwhile, Claire’s shifting locations
Capital Mall in Jefferson City will welcome a sweet shoppers’ favorite when Great American Cookie opens in April.
A sign of the digital times, Holts Summit will say goodbye to its last video rental store by mid-April.
Sam’s Club has opened a temporary hiring center in Jefferson City at 1406 Missouri Blvd. in Jefferson Plaza.
A consumer technology repair shop that opened in Jefferson City last November has closed after about four months in business.
Jefferson City’s Food Code requires food-service establishments be inspected at least once every six months. Here are the findings of the February 2015 inspection report.
In 2012, Sen. Rob Schaaf, R-St. Joseph, vowed to stand on the floor until his legs gave out in opposition of a bill that would establish a statewide program created to track prescribed controlled substances.