The city of Union is reaching out to all Franklin County veterans to attend the upcoming disabled veterans and MIA/POW memorial dedication.
The businesses in the Union Corporate Center Industrial Park employ over 500 people and have made more than $54 million in investments to the community.
Construction of a new $10 million Spray Dynamics manufacturing facility in the Union Development Center is underway and going well, said General Manager Luke Bell.
Union High School senior Josie Arens’ dream of hosting a homelessness simulation event will come to fruition this Friday night.
Beaufort resident Alicia Brueggemann, a senior majoring in psychology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, was among 42 students representing the four campuses of the University of Missouri System in Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol Tuesday, April 4.
Union R-XI School District students are increasingly taking advantage of new food options currently being offered through a partnership with Chartwells School Dining Services.
An act of vandalism at the new Veterans Memorial Park highlights the city’s need for security cameras, Alderman Paul Arand said Monday night.
Summer school incentives appear to be working for the Union School District, according to Assistant Superintendent Dr. Scott Hayes.
Voters elected one new alderman in the city’s municipal election Tuesday. Dennis Soetebier unseated incumbent Dustin Bailey in the Ward 3 race with a total of 122 votes, or 54.7 percent of the total votes.
Washington company Ziglin Signs will step in to create and install the entrance sign at Veterans Memorial Park after the company originally hired has stopped all communication with the project manager.
The Sons of the American Legion Post 297 hosted the first Wayne Rathgeber Honor Guard Memorial tribute Saturday, April 1, at Hagie’s Nineteen.
Union Firefighters and members of the Franklin County Sheriff's Department responded to a vehicle fire on River Rock Drive in Union at 3:44 p.m. Friday, March 31.
The Union Planning and Zoning Commission held three public hearings for vehicle-related businesses Monday night, all with different outcomes.
Union Fire Protection District board member Gary Banderman Sr. will face Mike Dedert in his bid to retain a seat on the board in Tuesday’s general municipal election.
An older-model Pontiac Sunbird was recovered under a large brush pile on the Bourbeuse River bank at the Reiker Ford Access Wednesday afternoon.
Union R-XI students in kindergarten through eighth grade will have an opportunity to earn money this summer by maintaining good attendance during summer school through a new program being offered by the district.
Veterans Memorial Park, the Union’s $6.6 million “legacy project,” required a significant amount of additional time and labor from Cochran, the city’s engineering firm.
The city of Union will briefly suspend enforcement of an ordinance that prohibits business owners from keeping wild animals for display or exhibition purposes.
The Union School Board has taken another step toward cutting energy usage and creating plans for upgrading and maintaining the district’s facilities.