Union City News
STATEHOUSE (April 30, 2021) – Indiana recently awarded more than $2 million in state matching grants to local communities for road and bridge improvements, according to State Rep. J.D. Prescott (R-Union City).
While some local events are being postponed or cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak, others are shifting to a virtual format and/or offering more virtual events to replace the in-person ones that were cancelled or postponed.
Public and private venues in Bartow, DeKalb, Douglas, Fulton and Paulding counties have cancelled their annual July 4 fireworks displays due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but one metro Atlanta county is still holding one.
Foodies can enjoy prix fixe menus and discounts at restaurants throughout south Fulton County during the seventh annual ATL Airport District Restaurant Week taking place from Saturday, March 21 through Sunday, March 29.
Union City Police are asking for the public's help in locating and identifying anyone involved or present during a shooting at a party Feb. 16.
Fulton County Schools’ chief financial officer said Gov. Brian Kemp’s plans to cut the state budget by hundreds of millions of dollars for fiscal 2021, which begins in July, won’t have a major impact on the district’s budget.
A new mobile app designed to offer a convenient way for residents to report issues and connect with officials is coming to Union City.
Individuals resolve to do certain things at any time during the year, but New Year’s resolutions have been the ones that are not only remembered longer but see positive results.
A suspect has been captured after arrest warrants were issued for a shooting at a Union City Bowling Alley which injured a security guard.
In honor of local veterans, Christian City in Union City is planning a week filled with events and activities that will be open to the public. At the end of the week, a new Wall of Honor photo exhibit will be unveiled for the first time. Check out more information, plus dates and times, below:
Union City police are asking the public to be on the lookout for a suspect who stole a car with a 1-year-old child inside the vehicle.
Fulton County District Attorney Paul L. Howard, Jr., announced the murder conviction, by a Fulton County Superior Court Jury, of 38-year-old Diontye Scott.
Driving through the expansive Christian City campus, one may think of a city within a city – the 500 acre community has its own facilities, housing and activities for senior adults and the children who call it home.
U.S. Congressman David Scott and Kyle Waide, President and CEO of the Atlanta Community Food Bank, met at Leapfrog Academy of Excellence in Union City recently to discuss the importance of the Summer Food Service Program — the federal nutrition program that feeds hungry children in Georgia a…
The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) and the cities of Chattahoochee Hills, College Park, East Point, Fairburn, Hapeville, Palmetto, South Fulton, and Union City have begun updating the 2013 Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP) for the southern portion of Fulton County. The SFCTP Update …
Two men were convicted of murder and participation in a criminal street gang after a drive-by shooting led to the death of a teen in Union City.
The Union City Police Department is currently investigating the shooting death of one male. On Saturday, April 6, 2019 at about 12:50 am, Union City officers were dispatched to a shots fired call in the area of Motel 6 located at 3860 Flat Shoals Road in Union City.
Union City’s new community center, its first such facility in the municipality’s 111-year history, is just the beginning of new chapter for the city, with improved infrastructure, a new skateboard recreation area and other resident-geared additions as part of the city’s 2020 vision.
The Union City Municipal is offering a new traffic amnesty program to resolve unpaid traffic citations. The “Traffic Amnesty Program” will continue through March 29, 2019. It offers amnesty to individuals who have outstanding traffic citations within Union City.
What is it that makes your city unique? Why is it that people want to live there, open businesses and build homes? Probably it is because of what your city has done to create a unique sense of place that combines your city’s history and traditions with its goals and aspirations. Such plans a…
Whether it was in Washington at the National League of Cities (NLC) Conference with federally elected officials or at the state capital with the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) speaking with state elected officials, the message was the same.
Following the longest federal government shutdown in history, Union City Mayor Vince Williams said he hopes he will never see another one.
Fulton County students who do not do well in a traditional classroom setting will continue to have the option to receive tutoring in a particular subject without ever meeting the tutor face to face.
The Georgia State Patrol has identified victims from a Nov. 11 crash that caused a police car and a work van to burst into flames, killing three.
Mayors in south Fulton are helping to make sure that hospital patients are included in the holiday season’s festivities.
Buffalo, New York-based Wendel, a national architectural, engineering, energy efficiency and construction management company, recently announce the expansion of its presence in the Southeast and the addition of Shayla J. Nealy as director of infrastructure programming.
In the time between Labor Day and Halloween, south Fulton cities offer opportunities to enjoy autumn weather, meet friends and shop outdoor markets for that perfect holiday gift.
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