The city of Union took another step forward in its plan to build a new bridge over Birch Creek.

The city of Union will be take part in a free demonstration to test out an asphalt sealant. 

While obviously not the biggest news story of the week, the college cheating scandal affair was the funniest —  to me at least.

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Since joining the Union Police Department in 1984, Andrew Parker has filled just about every role.

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Three Rosebud residents were hurt Wednesday, including one with serious injuries, in a three-vehicle crash on Highway A at Cedar Lane.

Some cutting is needed before the city of Union can approve its next budget.

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Lt. Andrew Parker will take over as the new chief of the Union Police Department Saturday.

Two cars were damaged and one was stolen at a Union apartment complex.

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Three of the longest-tenured Union police officers have left, or soon will be leaving, the department.

The Union Kiwanis Club was presented with the Missouri Park and Recreation Association (MPRA) Musco Lighting Give Back Award during the 2019 MPRA Awards Banquet Thursday, Feb. 28, at the Hilton Branson Convention Center.

Union School District staff and students will face off against the St. Louis Junior Rolling Rams wheelchair basketball team Tuesday, March 12, with tip-off at 6:30 p.m. in the Union High School gym. 

The parade route to celebrate the Franklin County bicentennial has been approved by Union city officials. 

The city of Union is hosting an electronics recycling event April 5, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the city’s street department maintenance shed. The shed is located at 202 W. Brown St.

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The Union Middle School improvement project is close enough to beginning that school board members are selecting a brick color.

The city will not prosecute two people who caused damage to Veterans Memorial Park.

Union School District staff and students will face off against the St. Louis Junior Rolling Rams wheelchair basketball team Tuesday, March 12, with tip-off at 6 p.m. in the Union High School gym. 

The first time I stepped outside Monday morning I felt the cold air slap me across the face.

The city of Union hopes a new drain will address some water issues at a business on Washington Avenue.

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A company seeking to improve internet coverage in Union got an initial round of support from the Union Board of Aldermen.

Union aldermen approved a contract with a fireworks vendor to host an Independence Day celebration. 

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A longtime member of the Union community was recognized with the top award honor at the 48th Annual Distinguished Service Awards Banquet Saturday night.