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.
For the third year in a row, a team of students from Union Middle School Students took part in the international education program called Odyssey of the Mind.
The Union, New Haven and Gerald/Rosebud fire departments, as well as the Washington Fire District, all assisted the Beaufort/Leslie Fire Department at a two-alarm structure fire in the 100 block of Holy Family Church Road, New Haven, Wednesday morning.
Cameras at the new Veterans Memorial Park are live, and city officials have a message for vandals: There is a zero tolerance policy for vandalism.
A total of 85 volunteers from 18 organizations and businesses helped complete seven citywide beautification projects during the fifth Project United Saturday, May 6.
More than 1,000 people attended the Disabled Veterans and MIA/POW Memorial parade and dedication Sunday, May 7, at Veterans Memorial Park.
Statewide, there are nearly 6,500 manufacturing facilities that need highly skilled workers. April 21, nearly two dozen local business leaders saw firsthand how the East Central College Business and Industry Center (BIC) is helping close that skills gap.
A parade and memorial dedication for the new disabled veterans and MIA/POW memorial in Union is set for this Sunday, May 7.
The Union School Board and district administrators took a first look at options to alleviate student population bubbles, continue to provide a positive learning environment and accommodate early childhood needs districtwide.
Classes will be in session Wednesday, May 3, at all East Central College locations.Any student or employee unable to reach campus due to flooding needs to contact his or her faculty/supervisor about an absence.
The second annual law enforcement appreciation and memorial event set for Tuesday, May 2, at 6 p.m., on the third floor of the historic Franklin County Courthouse in Union has been cancelled.
Two men are in custody after crashing a stolen vehicle into a Pacific home early Thursday following an alleged carjacking that led to a police pursuit.
Union City Administrator Russell Rost, who also serves as the city’s emergency management director, said he will continue to monitor the rainfall over the weekend.