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The city of Union approved a variance to allow Sullivan Bank to change the parking lot of its branch on the south end of downtown at its Board of Alderman meeting Sept. 19.

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The Union R-XI School District recently approved creating a new fourth-grade teaching position at Prairie Dell Elementary School but ultimately decided to keep three teachers for the current school year.

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Mercy Hospital Washington will hold a drive-through flu shot clinic on Sept. 24 in the parking garage of the Patient’s First Drive facility, the hospital system announced in a press release.

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The sixth annual Piggyback Dash is back for its sixth run up Union’s Autumn Hill.

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Mercy Hospital Washington is rolling out the newly modified COVID-19 booster vaccine that is designed to better protect against the Omicron variant.

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With it looking less likely that the federal government will continue to cover the cost of student meals, the Union R-XI School District is serving up free breakfasts.

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The East-West Gateway Council of Governments is seeking input from St. Louis area residents, including those from Franklin County, on what the region’s transportation network will look like in the coming years.

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The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have categorized COVID-19 levels in Franklin County as “medium.”

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The Union Board of Aldermen has approved the purchase of vacant lots across from City Hall that the city hopes to turn into an asset.

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The city of Union plans to open the Denmark Road bridge across Birch Creek to car traffic on Saturday, Aug. 20, City Administrator Jonathan Zimmermann said at the Aug. 4 Union Development Corp. board meeting.

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After expressing concern earlier about the future of the planned $12 million Union Expressway, Union officials say the project is moving forward.

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With many lifeguards heading back to school, the Union Splash-N-Swimplex will be closing a week earlier than it did last year, though later than it did pre-pandemic.