After seeing mostly increases in monthly year-over-year sales tax numbers for nearly the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Union saw its largest decrease since 2019 in February.
A provision that would eliminate emissions inspection requirements in Franklin County and two other area counties has passed the state Senate but could still face an uphill battle.
Mercy Hospital Washington has begun offering direct scheduling for COVID-19 vaccine appointments at mercy.net/MOVaccine. Those without internet access can make an appointment by calling 833-364-6777.
A group of Union High School parents is trying to put on a memorable night for their senior students in a fraction of the time they usually would have.
A Franklin County judge will decide later this summer if there is enough evidence for the case to proceed against the Union man who was arrested in May as part of an ongoing narcotics investigation.
In a teleconference with state transportation officials, Franklin County commissioners were urged that much needs to be done before two major highways can be converted from two to four lanes.
Three men were found dead of suspected carbon monoxide poisoning in a Union duplex, according to a Union Police news release.
Below are the general election results for Franklin County's contested races in Washington, Union, Sullivan, St. Clair and Pacific with 38 of the county's 38 precincts reporting election returns.
With some taking winter weather as a chance to go ice fishing in city parks, the Union Parks and Recreation Department is having to put up signs warning against such activity in the future.
Despite paying to equip the board of aldermen’s meeting room with video capabilities, Union city officials are unsure if they want to record the meetings for the public.
With demand for courtroom space high, Circuit Court Judge Craig Hellmann asked Franklin County commissioners Thursday about making changes to the Ed Stierberger Courtroom in the old courthouse to allow it to return to active service for circuit court.
Union’s emergency management director literally wrote the book on a key issue facing the city — well at least he wrote a magazine story about it.
After earlier declining to pay for employee leave, Franklin County officials rejected a different request from the city of Union for coronavirus-related funding.
Authorities in Union say an unidentified woman was hurt during an officer involved shooting Thursday morning. Police say the woman was wielding a crossbow and threatening to harm others in the 100 block of Rock Island Drive.