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Hey Carbondale…do you like the way the streets are looking?

The streets of Carbondale are relatively litter free, after Saturday’s Spring Cleanup and Recycling Day, which Keep Carbondale Beautiful has been organizing for over 30 years.

Johnson County couple set to receive Delta Award

The Friends of Morris Library will present the 2018 Delta Award to regional historians and authors Ed and Diane Annable of Cyprus.

Man wanted for failure to appear in three counties, two of them downstate

A man who last year was determined to be unfit to stand trial in Union County is now being sought by authorities in three Illinois counties, two of them in downstate.

Marion crim pleads to Aggravated Robbery, sentenced Monday

Williamson County State’s Attorney Brandon Zanotti has announced the sentencing of a man arrested in late 2016 on a fairly serious charge.

GALLATIN COUNTY: Perrone sentenced after a number of delays

Hubris and attitude couldn’t get a young Gallatin County man out of a prison sentence for very serious crimes.

Drug task force makes significant drug roundup in Franklin County

On April 20, 2018, the Southern Illinois Drug Task Force (SIDTF), in cooperation with member agencies conducted a criminal enforcement detail in Franklin County, Illinois.

Plea entered in weapons charge, Williamson County

Williamson County State’s Attorney Brandon Zanotti has announced sentencing of a young man arrested earlier this year.

Herrin PD arrest reports, April 9-14, 2018

The Herrin Police Department Arrest Report for the week of April 9, 2018 has been made available for you.

Dog tranquilized; outrage ensues

HARRISBURG – An issue with a dog created entirely too much drama in the city of Harrisburg in early April, and ended up being nothing that it was made out to be…and which gives a prime example of why some authorities, along with media, at times don’t give attention to such matters, since it’s usually presented with too much slant, a circumstance that can make it impossible to tell the facts from the bloviating.

City equipment used for personal purposes

HARRISBURG – A situation has emerged with a Harrisburg city council member that landed another city employee a forced resignation five years ago.

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