Saturday, September 23, 2017
The Columbia City Council met Dec. 5 to discuss community development.
The Mt. Vernon City Council met Dec. 5 to annex property.
The Anna City Council met Oct. 4 to review truck bids for the public works department.
The Mount Vernon City Schools District 80 Board of Education met Sept. 21 to host a strategic planning session.
The Jackson County Board of Review met Oct. 28 to work on appeals.
REALTORS Political Action Committee has received $553,424.51 in contributions in 2016 from 655 donors.
Illinois Hospital Association Pac (IHA PAC) has received $190,117.03 in contributions in 2016 from 212 donors.
Retiring Illinois State Sen. David Luechtefeld (R-Okawville) said in a recent interview that he won't miss the state budget impasses and other deep divides in Springfield.
The Southern Illinois Miners group has internships available in several areas of the organization for the upcoming season, according to the team's website.
An outgoing House Democrat is speaking out about House Speaker Mike Madigan for standing in the way of major reforms that could get Illinois back on its feet.
Herrin City Council and Mayor announce housing rehab grants now available during its recent meeting.
Benton City Council tables signing of animal control contract for more research at its recent meeting.
Waterloo City Council approves amendment to raffle code at a recent meeting.
Charay Palmer, (3545 Dogwalk Road, Anna), donated $10 to Springfield's REALTORS Political Action Committee on Jan. 13, 2016.
La Salle City Council considers parking restrictions on portion of Sterling Street at its meeting yesterday.
Waterloo City Council swears in new police chief at its recent meeting.
Tor & Jessica Hoerman, (103 Friars Lane, Edwardsville), donated $3,000 to Marion's Committee to Elect Bleyer 5th District Appellate Judge on Nov. 8, 2016.
An Illinois legislator wants to see the state adopt a uniform, transparent and fiscally sound policy on the question of illegal immigrant students attending state universities.
The Southern Illinois University season-ending football banquet will be held Jan. 28, according to the team website.
Over 110,000 more people left Illinois in a year than arrived here from other states, leading to the highest overall drop in population in the nation, new figures reveal.