A new 99-lot residential subdivision was given the go-ahead by aldermen Monday night.
After a brief public hearing Monday night, the city is set to apply for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) on behalf of Grace’s Place, an emergency shelter that cares for children when their families are experiencing difficult situations.
Union Police are investigating the death of a newborn at a home on Old Highway 50 East in Union. According to police, officers responded to a call for an infant who was reportedly in cardiac arrest Monday morning.
City officials will consider a resolution of opposition against “heavier and longer” trucks being allowed on roadways.
The personnel, finance and public works committee is recommending the city proceed with a Surface Transportation Project (STP) grant application to fund improvements on Porterford Road to North Bend.
The city of Union will apply for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) on behalf of Grace’s Place, which is in the process of purchasing the former Rainbow Activity Center building on North Christina Avenue.
The Union School District will move forward with rolling back its voice service and increasing its current internet service. A proposal to do so was approved by the school board at its February meeting.
After the latest school shooting that claimed 17 people’s lives in Parkland, Fla., last month, students are planning a nationwide walkout in hopes of sending a message on gun violence in the country.
The Union Police Department, in conjunction with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department and Missouri State Highway Patrol, are gearing up for the spring Open Doors Program in area schools.
After the recent Missouri Municipal League legislative conference, Union city officials are eyeing two key pieces of legislation that could impact area municipalities.
Union R-XI athletes and activity members were recognized Wednesday night at the February meeting of the school board for outstanding academic achievement.
For the past two years, Union High School has been improving its efforts to better prepare students who don’t plan on attending college for life after high school.
Early enrollment numbers for next year’s kindergarten classes in the Union School District has administrators monitoring the possibility of another overcrowding situation.
Superintendent Dr. Steve Weinhold told administrators, teachers and parents packed into the Union High School board room Thursday that Proposition Wildcats would alleviate overcrowding in the district.
A county man who volunteered at Union High School and was employed by the city of Union has been charged with sending pornography to a minor.
City officials are reviewing possible roadway improvement projects to submit for a Surface Transportation Project (STP) grant through the East-West Gateway Council of Governments.
In the wake of another shooting that left 17 dead at a Florida high school Wednesday, local educators say they’re doing many things to keep students safe and are always reviewing safety protocols.
The city building department issued 47 permits in January 2018, a significant increase over the past three years, primarily because of the building projects underway by Union developer Ed Schmelz.
Beaufort Elementary students are getting a feel of what classrooms might look like throughout the school district if Prop Wildcats passes in April.
The city is working to minimize the inconvenience to motorists during the closure of Denmark Road for bridge replacement and road improvement work.
The Union Fire Protection District saw an approximately 12 percent increase in the total number of responses in 2017 compared to the previous year.
The Union School District will offer one free college assessment test to high school students after the school board approved a proposal at its January meeting.
Union native Joe Pautler was presented with the Golden Achievement Award at the Union Chamber of Commerce’s Distinguished Service Award banquet Saturday, Feb. 3.
Six outstanding members of the Union community were honored for their service at the Union Area Chamber of Commerce’s 47th annual Distinguished Service Award banquet Saturday, Feb. 3.
A veteran teacher of 19 years at Union High School took home the 2017 Outstanding Educator award at the Union Area Chamber of Commerce’s Distinguished Service Awards Banquet Saturday night.
A humble, bright and hardworking student leader, Brittany Baker, was honored with the 2017 Outstanding Student award at the Union Area Chamber of Commerce’s Distinguished Service Awards banquet Saturday night.