East Central College celebrated its history while looking toward its future during a special event Sunday at the Union campus.
The new footprint of the Franklin County Adult Detention Center and 911 facility are beginning to take shape in Union after what seemed like an eternity of wet weather.
East Central College recently was recognized by the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) for its marketing and public relations professionals.
The city of Union’s transportation committee supports the plan to study options to alleviate traffic issues at the Highway 47 and Highway 50 intersection.
Anyone seeking general knowledge of medical marijuana’s future in Missouri and Franklin County can attend a community education event presented by HOPE for Franklin County Coalition Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 5:30 p.m.
Ameren officials said Friday the energy company will cap and monitor the Labadie power plant’s coal combustion residuals (CCR), more commonly referred to as coal ash ponds.
It took a Franklin County jury 40 minutes Thursday to return guilty verdicts for a man accused of killing a well-known drug counselor in 2016.
Union High School students spent time this past summer learning about the college application process and how to become a leader as part of the Rural Emerging Leaders program offered by the University of Chicago.
In an effort to get all the security cameras at Veterans Memorial Park operational, the city of Union has entered into a new deal with a different vendor.
This summer when the Union R-XI School District announced it was seeking community input for names for its new elementary school I had one thought — there’s an easy idea for a good column.
Unnamed no more, the new elementary school is officially Prairie Dell Elementary after the Union R-XI Board of Education passed a motion Tuesday night to approve it.
Both the prosecutor and defense attorney in a murder trial Wednesday directed a Franklin County jury to take into account the firearms found inside the home of a Washington area man killed in 2016.
Nearly every first Sunday each month, a small group of card playing senior citizens gather at the County Seat Senior Center in Union to play double-deck pinochle.