Registration has begun for the annual SPC Zachary Salmon Soldier Run to be held September 26, 2021 at Boone County Arboretum (9190 Camp Ernst Road, Union).
A senior living community in Union hosted a belated celebration of its opening earlier this month.
Two Northern Kentucky principals have been selected to begin a year-long executive leadership training course typically reserved for the nation's top CEOs, according to the Kentucky Chamber of Comm
A Cooper High School teacher was honored by the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT), the INTERalliance of Greater Cincinnati announced Tuesday.
The Union city commission voted earlier this month to authorize the use of federal community block development grant funds to aid residents who have fallen behind on utility bills.
A Union man was arrested Thursday and charged with multiple counts of rape and sexual abuse of children.
After just under six years, the $43.6 million widening project at Mt. Zion Road (KY 536) in Union is complete and the city celebrated with a virtual dedication on Wednesday.
The City of Union transferred more than $300,000 in federal funds to three schools in the city.
The City of Union proclaimed Saturday, November 28 as Small Business Saturday in the city.
A Union man faces charges for allegedly hunting on private property without permission and illegally killing a deer, and then improperly reporting the harvest.
Governor Andy Beshear appointed three people from Northern Kentucky to a state board and two councils.
The City of Union announced a new round of assistance for local businesses adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Christ Hospital Network announced a new primary care location in Union.
It opened Monday at 8780 U.S. 42.
The City of Union awarded $35,743.46 in small business grants earlier this month.
Call it fate. Call it destiny. Some things are just meant to be, or not to be.