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MoDOT has unveiled plans to add turning lanes and resurface a portion of Highway 50 by the end of 2020.

Charges have been filed against a man who allegedly kicked, punched and spat on Union police officers.

The city of Union received its first Proposition P money from Franklin County.


Two railroad crossings in Union are going to be rebuilt with the city not having to pay for any of the work.

The city of Union closed out a sewer alignment project Monday night by approving the final change order. 

East Central College is inviting the community to participate in its Future Summit event Friday, Jan. 18, from 12:30-4 p.m. in the John Edson Anglin Performing Arts Center, Union. 

A 20-year-old Marthasville man was arrested for driving while intoxicated and doing “burnouts” on Old Highway 50.

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Union’s new public works director spent Thursday gearing up for a potential snowstorm.

With less than a week to go before filing closes, there has been new candidates to file in the new year. 


It’s only been open two months, but Union officials called the City Lake project a big hit.

All city of Union incumbent candidates have now filed for re-election.

The Union Parks and Recreation Department is partnering with Lifeforce Fitness to host a series of fitness classes to kick off the new year. 

As we settle into the new year, it’s only fitting to share 19 thoughts for 2019. Enjoy. 


A year ago Union had no concrete plans for a new city hall. A year from now construction on the new building will be underway.

Christmas doesn’t really get any better than it did when you were a child.

A Villa Ridge man was killed Saturday when the car he was driving crossed the centerline of St. Louis Rock Road and struck a truck.


At a special meeting Monday night Union aldermen approved a contract with the Washington-based Horn Architects for services related to the ongoing city hall project. The deal was approved by unanimous vote.