You can be excused if you think Union’s former city hall building is now the County Auditorium.

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If you haven’t filled out the 2020 U.S. Census, you still have time. 

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With its “on notice” status behind it, East Central College officials already are planning for the school’s next accreditation-related visit in 2022.

My wife and I recently took our first extended trip since moving to Missouri seven months ago.

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The Highway AH bridge over Interstate 44 is partly closed after a dump truck collided with it early Wednesday, Oct. 7.

A Union woman was seriously injured early Sunday, Oct. 11, in a single-vehicle crash near Gerald.

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A recent study found no mussel beds in the part of the Bourbeuse River where the city of Union would like to build a bridge. But other activity has raised eyebrows.

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A clothing giveaway is scheduled for 9 a.m. Sat., Oct. 10, at the pavilion outside Immaculate Conception School, 6 W. State St. in Union.

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The Highway AH bridge over Interstate 44 is closed after a dump truck collided with it early Wednesday, Oct. 7.

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Union's homecoming court was presented with Canyon Terrill and Aurora Hubbard being named king and queen, respectively.

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The annual Boo Bash Halloween celebration, a collaboration between the city of Union Parks and Recreation Department and the Union Area Chamber of Commerce, is moving forward with some modifications because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Officials are getting antsy about a tree removal project at the largest remaining site in the Union Development Corp.’s (UDC) business park.

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With complaints increasing about possible illegal activity in city parks, the city of Union is more stringently enforcing its park hours. But officials also are concerned about folks who could be left in the dark.

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A group of Union officials recently discussed ideas from a countywide homeless coordinator to warming shelters with the Franklin County Homeless Task Force.

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Pete Purschke remembers the day he lost his son. Lance Purschke died in a car crash returning from a girls basketball game in St. Clair Feb. 24, 1997, a day before his 17th birthday.

Union High School’s 2020 homecoming king and queen are scheduled to be announced during halftime of the Friday, Oct. 2, football game against Warrenton.

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The recently vacated upper floor at Union City Auditorium could soon be home to up to 10 new Franklin County Health Department COVID-19 contact tracers.

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Union city officials are being reminded that using social media is complicated when trying to avoid Sunshine Law violations.

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A change in policy by St. Louis County Executive Sam Page means the city of Union won’t be playing host to Rockwood School District softball and field hockey games after all.

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Several Union residents are upset about activity by people without homes in and around city parks, accusing them of drug use, lewd conduct and theft.

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Some Union horseshoe enthusiasts are being told they will have to play just for fun if they want to use city pits for their league.

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With its trips to Washington, D.C., grounded presently, Franklin County Honor Flight got a big lift last week.

Students in the East Central College Nursing and EMT/Paramedic programs will have access to state-of-the-art technology later this fall, thanks to a $180,704 grant award from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Business Development grant program.

The Rotary Club of Union and the American Red Cross are hosting a blood drive from 1-5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 22, at Union City Auditorium, 500 E. Locust Street.

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As the 30-mile Knights of Columbus Journey for Charity Tractor Cruise made its way from St. Clair to Washington Sunday, Sept. 13, much of the action was roadside.

Kurtis J. Birke, 36, Union, was killed when his truck overturned following a pursuit involving Feanklin County Sheriff’s Deputies on Highway YY near Highway 185 outside New Haven.

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Following a major league drop-off in interest, the city of Union is reassessing how much it charges to field an adult softball team.

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The Union Farmers’ Market’s 2020 season started belatedly Aug. 1 with one vendor stand. Just more than a month later, it’s grown to 15 vendors, with more expected to join.

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If you were planning to drive to Arnold Friday night for St. Francis Borgia Regional's football game against Fox, save that gas money.

The East Central College board of trustees voted Monday night to approve the operating tax levy at 37 cents and the debt service levy at 8.41 cents per $100 assessed valuation.

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They haven’t even turned on the Friday night lights at Scanlan Stadium, but some Washington High School student fans already are throwing a penalty flag.

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Union’s latest shopping experience is open for business, though it is still adding inventory.