Union City News
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.
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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.
Union City nonprofit Christian City had hopes of raising $200,000 in its new Drive & Dine event held recently at the Porsche Experience Center near Hapeville and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
A nearly 30-year-old attraction with a history older than Union City itself has won the first of a series of awards from the four-year-old Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance.
David J. LeValley, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Atlanta field office, is asking for the public’s help identifying the individuals responsible for eight business robberies in a little over two weeks in January.
Petty Officer 1st Class Erle Arnold, a Union City native and 1998 Creekside High School graduate, is aiding the U.S. Navy’s silent service submarine community aboard the expeditionary submarine tender U.S.S. Emory S. Land.
South Fulton cities are positioning themselves to attract economic development, like the $5 billion second headquarters of Seattle, Washington-based retailer Amazon.
David J. LeValley, special agent in charge of the FBI Atlanta field office, requests the public’s assistance in identifying and locating the individual responsible for five bank robberies and one attempted bank robbery, occurring in a two-month period in and around the Riverdale, Fayettevill…
South Fulton parents recently gained more information on how platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter can be powerful engines for sending positive messages and establishing brands.
Robert L. Crutchfield, 74, president and CEO of Union City nonprofit Christian City from 1993 to 2015, died Sept. 20 at Hospice Atlanta in Brookhaven following complications from the nerve disease known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease, the nonprofit recently announced.
Here is a chance to catch up on who’s who on local Nov. 7 ballots as of the end of qualifying Aug. 25. Write-in candidates have not been announced. Hapeville, Palmetto and Union City do not have any.
A London, England-based online global fashion and beauty retailer launched in June 2000 under the name As Seen On Screen is coming to Union City.
Hogan Construction Group and Union City invite subcontractors, suppliers, and small businesses to attend a meet and greet outreach event Aug. 16 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Etris Center, 5285 Lakeside Drive in Union City.
It has been so long since Union City wanted to build its first community center, construction crews did not wait for a July 31 ground-breaking ceremony to finish before starting work.
The annual National Night Out crime and drug prevention event will again send messages to criminals that residents are organized and fighting back as they deepen their partnerships with law enforcement.