The city of Union has received the required MS4 Stormwater Management Permit, City Engineer Jonathan Zimmermann told the personnel, finance and public works committee last week.
Union police officers may soon begin carrying naloxone hydrochloride to help save the lives of citizens who have overdosed on prescription opioids or heroin, said Police Chief Norman Brune.
A Union property owner has received a one-month reprieve before the city moves forward with the cleanup of his property, which was declared a nuisance.
Union MotoMart employee Zac Nutter had no idea when he chose a Missouri Lottery Scratcher using his lucky number that it would pay off for both him and a regular customer.
Donald Lee Schuttenberg, Union, filed for an open seat on the Union School Board Tuesday, Jan. 17 — the final day to file for the April municipal election.
Union School District administrators and staff got a glance of what the summer school program could look like if the district chooses Catapult Learning to run the summer session.
One year after the historic Bourbeuse River flooding in Union, the Rev. Mike Reiner, pastor at The Rock Church, said the church is in better shape than it was before the flooding forced them to move.
A city official is questioning seeking federal surface transportation program (STP) funds for a bridge project that would only benefit a small number of residents.
Union hasn’t escaped the nationwide drug and heroin epidemic, with a 38 percent increase in heroin overdoses and a 56 percent increase in overall drug overdoses in 2016 compared to 2015.
Police are investigating a Camdenton woman's death as a suicide after her body was located Wednesday morning in a vehicle parked in the rear of a strip mall on Silo Drive.
Firefighters with St. Clair and other fire departments are on the scene of a structure fire at a residence on Angels Haven near the industrial park in St. Clair Tuesday afternoon. Several other departments were called in to assist.
St. Clair and several other fire departments, including Union, Pacific and Boles, battled a blaze in a field Tuesday afternoon on Route 47 north of the St. Clair Regional Airport. The high winds made it difficult to contain the fire, but firefighters were finally able to extinguish it. The c…
Simples restaurant owner Jim Wells, a retired police officer who often investigated motor vehicle accidents, said he knew exactly what happened when he heard a loud “boom” while working in the kitchen Tuesday evening.
The Union School District counseling department recommended several program changes in its annual evaluation, which was presented at the December board meeting.
Superintendent Dr. Steve Weinhold said he is working with the Missouri School Boards Association (MSBA) and local law enforcement to help interpret a new assault law that took effect in Missouri this week.
The Union School Board recently gave Assistant Superintendent Dr. Scott Hayes a thumbs up to explore a summer school program through Catapault Learning.
UPDATE: Simples restaurant owner, Jim Wells, said the eatery will reopen around noon Wednesday, Jan. 4, after a truck crashed through a south wall Tuesday evening.
One year after the Bourbeuse River flooding caused major damage in the Franklin County area, many Union businesses have rebuilt and reopened.
A delegation of 15 Union High School students and three staff members recently attended the eighth annual Transition Summit held in Jefferson City.
‘There has been a year-to-date swing of more than $58,000 in the Union School District’s lunch program since making the switch to a food service management company earlier this year.
With nearly 30 school district buses to navigate students home each day, the fine, icy mist that hit the area Friday, Dec. 16, sent a panic through those who depend on the buses to transport children home safely.