Officials at Goodwill are looking for someone who donated a piece of clothing earlier this month in Jefferson City that had $1,900 inside of it.
The Cole County Commission has been discussing selling some county-owned property deemed no longer necessary, including Renns Lake, since February.
For the second year, a robot parade was held at Capital Mall featuring robots and floats that were completed by members of the S&L Robotics Team. Their 4-H group participates in competitions and is actively involved in many community service activities.
A Jefferson City man is facing five counts of financially exploiting disabled people.
Commission discusses Thursday Night Live funding, St. Martins’ leash law
The Cole County Commission has approved a contract with Stockman Construction for Woodward Lake Subdivision stormwater improvements and asphalt overlay. Also at Thursday’s commission meeting, commissioners indicated they would approve $2,500 for an amended schedule of Thursday Night Live events in downtown Jefferson City in September and October.
The Cole County Commission has signed the agreement for MUSTANG Drug Task Force grant money for 2014-15 after rejecting the contract last November with the Missouri Department of Public Safety (DPS) when county officials said the terms of the contract were changed without their knowledge.
The Cole County Commission has approved a plan to correct issues with the Dunklin Street Tax Increment Financing District.
For his first election as Cole County clerk, Steve Korsmeyer said things couldn’t have gone smoother.
No changes expected in personnel, location at Home Savings
If all goes as planned, Home Savings Bank of Jefferson City will have a new name later this year.
Officers re-evaluate where new devices will be used
The Jefferson City Council will soon be asked to approve a police department request to purchase new in-car cameras since the department has no operational cameras left.