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The Union School Board Monday night unanimously approved a $33 million spending plan for the 2016-17 fiscal year.
The Union School District is laying the groundwork for a possible building project in the next several years with the exploration of increasin…
A city planning board denied a local builder’s request for a Planned Unit Development (PUD) in the Birch Creek subdivision and postponed a pre…
Union firefighters helped energize a wedding reception that could have been a dark day for local newlyweds.
East Central College trustees this week approved an agreement with the ECC National Education Association, the official collective bargaining …
The Union School Board Tuesday night approved a policy regarding transgender students’ rights after a third and final reading of the policy.
Franklin County Sheriff Gary Toelke said he does care about the handicap residents in the county.
Summer school enrollment in the Union School District is up almost 15 percent from last year, from 637 in 2015 to 732 in the current session.
Union city officials said they are reluctant to designate five downtown parking spaces for Franklin County bailiffs.
The state has stripped the limitations on fishing at the Union City Lake as an effort to remove the fish population.
Three children were hurt Monday after a car crashed head-on into the vehicle they were in by a man fleeing from Franklin County deputies.
There were three small children hurt Monday afternoon when a man fleeing from police crossed the centerline of St. Louis Rock Road and struck …
The East Central College Board of Trustees Monday night approved bids for theater repairs and upgrades and desktop computers for the learning center.
A Franklin County man died Friday night in a one-vehicle crash near St. Clair.
Union city officials are awaiting word from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) on how to remove the fish population from the city lake.
A business that has provided services to children and adults with disabilities for the past 15 years recently opened an office in Union.
The city will begin investigating three “nuisance” properties in order to have junk and debris removed.
A Washington man is charged with felonies for allegedly kidnapping his ex-girlfriend and assaulting her while driving on Interstate 44.
Aldermen Monday approved an agreement to receive federal funding for sidewalks on State Street that would connect Clark-Vitt Elementary and Un…
Union aldermen approved a $14,864,055 budget Monday night that includes major street projects, as well as debt payment on the Veterans Memorial Park.