One community improvement district (CID) is ending in Union while another one is being planned.
When Scott Schuh purchased the Nothing Fancy Rink in Union last November, he set to work remodeling and updating the facility. The skating rink, located at 181 Audrey Lane, was in need of some repair. After several months of remodeling, Schuh enlisted Steve Wojtowicz, a former artistic skati…
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Union and First Baptist Church have signed off on a new five-year agreement to keep the city’s commuter parking lot at the church, located at 801 Highway 50.
As part of the “All Things New” strategic pastoral initiative announced over the weekend, a total of 155 priests were reassigned from their current parishes or other positions in the Archdiocese to new ones. The priests from Franklin and Southern Warren Counties who are impacted in these tra…
As some prepared to celebrate with barbecues, picnics and a day off of work on Monday, many area community members also came together to mark Memorial Day with more solemn ceremonies in honor of fallen service members.
It was a bittersweet weekend for area Catholics.
To encourage and promote reading throughout the summer months, Washington Public Library (WPL) and Scenic Regional Library (SRL) will kick off its summer reading challenges this week with the theme “All Together Now.”
The PreventEd Certified Peer Specialist Mobile Unit will be popping up in rural areas of Franklin County in the coming months.
Family and friends packed the Jim Scanlan Stadium at Washington High School to witness the class of 2023 graduates celebrate the completion of their high school careers.
Washington Odd Fellows Lodge held a service in Wildey Cemetery and read names of the 193 individuals whose cremated remains were unclaimed this year.
Theft at a building the Union R-XI School District is renovating is now expected to lead to a delay in the project opening.
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and Shaw Nature Reserve (SNR) are celebrating National Trails Day, Saturday, June 3, with an outdoor adventure event, Explore MOre.
The St. Louis Live Steamers are continuing to chug along with construction of their model train attraction at Union’s newly-named Grant Station Park.
A Union man hoping to solve his “financial problems” robbed a bank on Monday and is now facing criminal charges.
Whether it’s a parade, service or meal, several area communities will hold events to recognize fallen military members for Memorial Day.
Union High School saw 211 graduates get their diplomas Thursday. It was among the final local schools to have its 2023 commencement.
With the 2023 pool season starting next week, officials are defending the Union Splash-N-Swimplex after revealing that the pool lost more than $90,000 in 2022.
Longtime Union alderman and banking official Dale Schmuke was awarded the 2023 Long Haul Service Award Thursday from the Union Area Chamber of Commerce.
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A 48-year-old Union man was arrested Monday, days after allegedly firing a gun in a home.
East Central College will rock this summer while raising funds for Advanced Manufacturing scholarships.
The Union Board of Aldermen have approved Mayor Bob Schmuke’s recommended appointments to city committees for 2023.
The Four Rivers Career Center, which is “bursting at the seams,” is under consideration for expansion.
The annual Washington Cajun Festival is set to tantalize taste buds in mid-June.
With the weather predicted to be in the mid to upper 70s, Downtown Washington Inc. officials are projecting around 15,000 people will attend the annual Art Fair & Winefest this weekend.
Out of 102 photos submitted, 25 winners of the Union Kiwanis Club’s annual photo contest were honored May 1.
Pre-kindergarten students at Immanuel Lutheran School performed songs and read poems at their "Let's Rumble in the Jungle" program and graduation on Wednesday, May 17.
After years of on and off discussions, Union has passed rules for food trucks.
East Central College hosted its 53rd Annual Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 13, marking the completion of a major milestone for 594 graduates, 213 of which participated in the ceremony.
Final preparations are being made for Union’s annual Founders Day Festival, which offers a full slate of activities to help kick off the summer. The event is set for June 3 at City Park, 500 West Park Ave.
More than 40 people gathered Monday to honor law enforcement officers killed or injured in the line of duty as part of National Police Week’s Police Memorial Day.
A Union woman is facing an eight-count indictment related to child sex crimes and providing alcohol to a minor, according to court records.
After getting liquor licenses approved Monday by the Board of Aldermen, two new establishments will be opening next door to each other in downtown Union.
A portion of Missouri Route 94 at Treloar Creek in Warren County will be closed for several months beginning Tuesday, May 30, for a bridge replacement project.
To honor service members, Missouri State Parks is offering free park admission to members of the military and their families this summer.
St. Francis Borgia will be accepting donations and looking for volunteers for its annual rummage sale, which will take place at the beginning of June.
Authorities have identified the student who placed a 911 call alleging there was a deceased officer at South Point Elementary School Monday afternoon. The school was placed on lockdown for more than an hour as law enforcement officials searched the building and determined the call was a hoax.
The Chief Mason Griffith Memorial Ride was held Saturday, May 13, 2023, starting at Rosebud Community Park. Griffith was killed in the line of duty while responding to call in Hermann on March 12. Hermann Police Officer Adam Sullentrup was also severely wounded during the same incident. Proc…
East Central College held its 53rd Annual Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 13, 2023. The event featured "Today in St. Louis" journalist and ECC graduate Alex Fees as commencement speaker.
Union's Kids Fishing Derby returned to City Lake Saturday.
While the final number won’t be determined until a salary study is completed, the city of Union is tentatively budgeting for an average of a 7-percent employee raise for the upcoming 2023-24 budget year.
Scenic Regional Library branches will hold their spring Book Sale next week.
After over three and a half months of having sections of the library closed to the public, the Washington Public Library is fully open once again.
The Washington Police Department, in conjunction with the Washington Optimist Club, will host the 47th annual Bicycle Safety Rodeo next weekend.
St. Clair High School graduates left their commencement ceremony Thursday evening armed with words of encouragement.
The Union Food Pantry is among the entities that will benefit from the National Association of Letter Carrier’s annual Stamp Out Hunger event.
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