Volunteers make sure holiday meals are available
For many residents of Jefferson City's Dulle and Hamilton Towers, Thanksgiving provides an opportunity to come together as a community. Residents, families and friends gathered Thursday morning for a full turkey meal provided by Audrey Kauffman and the Immaculate Conception Church.
The former RR Donnelley facility has been sold, but the exact buyer and selling price still are unknown.
Jefferson City firefighters are continuing their slow, but steady, work on turning an abandoned fire station into a museum reflecting the history of the Fire Department.
Members seeking input from ward residents
Members of the Jefferson City Council are trying to decide how best to handle an upcoming vacancy on the council, and some are hoping to hear from residents on what should be done.
Mark Schreiber has announced his intention to run for the 5th Ward seat on the Jefferson City Council.
Lincoln University wants things to move quickly
Jefferson City officials are trying to get a clearer picture of what a collaborative multipurpose facility would look like, but the clock is ticking to get the project moving.
Meeting in January to decide next steps
The Jefferson City Downtown Association is undertaking a slow but steady process in deciding whether to pursue a new taxing district to help cover costs of beautification and maintenance.
With one month left of sales tax reports for the year, Jefferson City revenues are expected to exceed projections by more than $1 million for the 2014 fiscal year.
One Mid-Missouri resident is hoping to increase bicycle safety in Jefferson City.
Ten years after its initial visit, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Moving Wall is returning to Jefferson City next fall.