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Candidates to design a new city hall will meet with the Union Board of Aldermen Monday night. [Read More]
The next election is months away, but filing will open Tuesday. [Read More]
The city of Union is hoping the new year brings better bids for the Christina Avenue bridge realignment project. [Read More]
Private rental hours at the Union Splash-N-Swimplex may change next year. [Read More]
After Union aldermen approved restrictions on smoking at city parks, the city's park board updated other park rules. [Read More]
Barbecue lovers will have a reason to attend the 2019 Founders Day. [Read More]
The second public works director in Union history has been hired. [Read More]
The first Prop Wildcats project is set to kick off Wednesday. [Read More]
Since I'm still recovering from a sinus infection, I'm finding it hard to put together a single coherent column. [Read More]
The city of Union will waive permitting fees for the Union R-XI School District for several upcoming construction projects. [Read More]
When Amanda Day got involved with the Clark-Vitt Elementary PTO she didn't realize it was preparing her for a new career. [Read More]
The Shop 'n Save Pharmacy in Union will soon become a Schnucks pharmacy. [Read More]
A conditional use permit to operate an in-home day care was granted Monday night. [Read More]
The rain stayed away long enough for the Union faithful to honor a legend Friday night. [Read More]
U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) doesn't expect to win Franklin County in November. [Read More]
The Noggins are coming. [Read More]
Union aldermen unanimously agreed to a slight modification of the city's tax levy. [Read More]
Union's plan to revitalize a blighted city block moved forward last week. [Read More]
Twenty years later, I can still remember the noise. [Read More]
The Union Planning and Zoning Commission has backed a plan for an in-home day care on Hickory Circle. [Read More]