Jackson names LU student liason
The Jefferson City Council recognized three lifeguards and the Ellis-Porter Pool assistant manager for their roles in saving a man’s life last month.
The annual Salute to America Festival drew thousands to downtown Jefferson City on Saturday, enjoying the break in rain for Independence Day celebrations.
Supporters say awareness, image create large hurdles for funding, expansion
Jefferson City Transit Division Director Mark Mehmert said the transit division has to get better at promoting itself as an alternative means of transportation for people and focus on the economic benefits the system provides.
Supporters of Jefferson City’s transit system would like to see the service grow, but a lack of available funds means searching for creative solutions.
The Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Commission officially has purchased Green Berry Acres for $95,000.
Jefferson City officials are looking to review the city’s job descriptions and salaries — something the city has not done in more than 10 years.
‘It’s a miracle’
Patty Green thought she lost everything in the Flood of 1993. However, on Tuesday, she was reunited with memories of her daughter and granddaughter through photos she never thought she’d see again.
Jefferson City officials are inviting public comment on how to spend the 2016 Community Development Block Grant funds.
Officer Meredith Friedman talks about her love for the job
Jefferson City police officer Meredith Friedman knows her job isn’t easy, but being able to resolve problems and have a positive impact on people is part of why she loves it.
Jefferson City officials are taking a closer look at fees associated with abandoned buildings in the city, looking to ensure charges to property owners reflect the city’s costs.