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It seems so simple: clip out some coupons from the weekend paper and go off to the store.
While the tents of Fourth of July have long since come down, a different kind of fireworks tent has been raised.
The city zoning board has approved a preliminary plat in Birch Creek Estates that has been protested by many residents of the subdivision.
City officials Monday approved a bid to make repairs at the Union City Lake to fix a leak in the dam.
Seats are available for a dinner and auction to raise funds for the Disabled Veterans Memorial in Union.
With construction nearing completion, the opening of Larry Varner’s new indoor shooting range is right on target.
The rising cost of food, decreased participation in the school lunch program and the resignation of the district’s food service director has c…
Aldermen Monday night followed the recommendation of the city’s planning board and voted down a proposal for a Planned Unit Development (PUD) …
The Franklin County Fair Board will make some changes to next year’s event to boost attendance after a slow four-day event this year.
Liz Spaunhorst of Villa Ridge edged out five other contestants to be crowned the 2016 Franklin County Fair queen Thursday evening — opening ni…
A Bourbon man has been sentenced to serve concurrent prison terms for the attempted robbery of a St. Clair pharmacy last year.
The employee of a Union smoke shop and two other men were arrested for conspiring to steal from the business, according to Union police.
The 2016 Franklin County Fair Queen is Liz Spaunhorst.
The livestock shows at the Franklin County Fair scheduled for Friday, July 8, have been canceled because of the rain.
The number of Union High School students taking advantage of the A+ program has remained steady, with nearly 65 percent of graduating seniors …
A Union girl is in need of a lifesaving transplant and is seeking help in raising the funds.
The fourth annual Kathy Prilwetz Memorial Professional Bull Riding event is slated for Friday night with larger prizes and a world finals champion.
This year’s Franklin County Fair will be “Continuing Fair Traditions” but also features some new events to attract larger crowds.
The Franklin County Fair kicks off Wednesday with the fourth annual parade through Union.