April 27th City Council preview

By Jim McCabe on April 27 at 8:32am

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It’s Girl Scout Citizenship Night at Jacksonville’s City Council meeting tonight. On the agenda is a discussion for street closures and allowing the sale and consumption of alcohol at the Read More

Bus flips over on Morton Ave.

By Jim McCabe on April 26 at 4:38pm

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Morton Avenue was shut down this afternoon after a luxury bus turned on its side. Jacksonville Police Sergeant Olivia Medford says the Harmony Limousine bus had no passengers when it Read More

Rep. Davidsmeyer’s Driver’s License Bill has passed the House

By Richard Holton on April 26 at 7:30am

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House Bill 3670 was sponsored by Davidsmeyer after a constituent of his was involved in a minor accident with a senior citizen. No one was hurt in the accident, but Read More

Quincy native Rob Mellon talks about second go-around at 18th District seat

By Jim McCabe on April 25 at 12:30pm

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One of the Democratic candidates for the 18th Congressional District appeared on WLDS this week. Rob Mellon, a high school teacher from Quincy, is running for the second time in Read More

Beaux Art Ball’s theme to honor legacy of Jacksonville

By Ryne Turke on April 25 at 12:29pm

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The Art Association of Jacksonville has selected a theme for the 54th annual Beaux Arts Ball being held this weekend. “Lasting Legacy” was introduced by this year’s General Chairs Audra Read More