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A Union alderman said he regrets his public criticism of a state highway official who he thought snubbed a city committee.
The United Way will hold a victory celebration next Tuesday for major corporate and individual donors.
Widening Highway 47 between Washington and St. Clair is on the Missouri Department of Transportation’s radar screen, a state official said Thursday.
Most area schools have canceled classes for Friday, Dec. 6.
As in year's past, The Missourian will feature Christmas messages from area clergy in the Wednesday, Dec. 25 issue.
Several area school districts have announced early dismissal today, Thursday, Dec. 5, due to inclement weather.
Recent debate over an East Central College instructor’s attendance policy that limited a freshman volleyball player’s participation in a recen…
The design of the roundabout on Prairie Dell Road must be changed to accommodate large tractor-trailers, according to city officials.
A city committee is recommending a permanent stop sign be placed at an intersection near downtown Union, but not all aldermen are on board wit…
Amazon.com is planning to ship items to customers with unmanned aerial drones, which begs the question, how much do you tip an unmanned drone?
A family of seven safely escaped from a Union home that caught fire Monday afternoon.
Union police said the driver of this car that left the road and struck a utility pole Wednesday was intoxicated. The crash occurred at 4:30 a…
A Union man was seriously injured Saturday after a rear-end crash that forced the car he was driving off the road and into a tree.
With construction nearly complete on all Union R-XI campuses, Superintendent Steve Bryant said the district still has a little more than $1 mi…
The Union Area Chamber of Commerce staff is hoping to begin a new tradition this holiday season.
Six individuals were arrested earlier this week, including a woman who hid from law enforcement in the basement of a St. Clair home for about …
For some juniors and seniors at Union High School, their choice of electives will soon be seemingly endless.
There is one large “anchor” commercial development eyeing Union as a possible location to open shop.
The developers of a senior living neighborhood are awaiting state approval for additional housing units.
The Union R-XI School District received a good report from the annual audit, Superintendent Steve Bryant told the school board Wednesday night.