Plans for the Union Area Chamber of Commerce and the city of Union’s inaugural “Wingfest” are starting to come together.
A Gerald man was airlifted to Mercy Hospital St. Louis, Creve Coeur, after a UTV crash on private property off Highway 50 in Gasconade County Saturday, June 24, at 8:10 p.m.
Thanks in part to the generosity of a Union business owner, Rainbow Activity Center will move both of its sites under one roof in Union.
The Union R-XI School Board is looking at its first potential project aimed at cutting the district’s energy costs.
Assistant City Administrator James Schmieder spent two days this week at “Lakeside With the Locaters,” an industrial development conference at Camden on the Lake, Lake Ozark.
While the options may be narrowing down, Union R-XI’s School Board is still wrestling with which path might best alleviate overcrowding at some buildings.
The Summer Journey summer school program is in full swing at the Union school district and children are striving to earn cash through perfect attendance.
The city of Union has taken a “180-degree turn” regarding zoning, said City Attorney Tim Melenbrink, with the creation of a new light industrial district.
UPDATE: The Union police department is requesting assistance in locating and identifying the person in this photo. He is a person of interest in an attempted armed robbery at Frick's Market on Central Ave.
City officials are working with Judge A. David Arand to make sure the city is in compliance with a September 2016 Supreme Court ruling that imposes new regulations for municipal courts.
Hard work sometimes takes the form of fun. That’s a lesson the Union High School marching band and color guard members learned at the end of May — with the trip of a lifetime to Walt Disney World, Orlando, Fla.
GK Meyer Construction and Repair, LLC, will be showcased during the Sustainable Farm Tour this Saturday, June 10, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Farwig Farm just west of Union.
There’s a lot of retail opportunity in Union, and Assistant City Administrator James Schmieder is working to make sure regional and national retailers know the city’s name and what it has to offer.
A study by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to determine if a dam on the Bourbeuse River would prevent flooding has come back inconclusive.
The Union Founders Day Festival will feature all of the family favorites and some new attractions, such as a rock wall, zip line and trampoline bungee.
Union Missourian Editor Karen Butterfield and staff writer Kavahn Mansouri recently won awards in the Missouri State Teachers Association’s (MSTA) annual Media Awards competition.
Neighborhood Watch programs are effective in building a strong network to help fight crime and more organizations are welcome in the county.
The gymnasium of what was once Union’s High School filled Sunday afternoon, May 21, as alums from decades past viewed a presentation on the building’s history.
Union R-XI district’s new preschool program is attracting so many families that there is currently a waiting list to enter the program.