Pool rates going down; aldermen approve $200K loan to city business

By Jim McCabe on April 28 at 7:43am


It’s going to be a little less expensive to swim in Jacksonville this summer. Aldermen approved a rate decrease for daily rates at the Nichols Park Pool at last night’s Read More

District 117 searching for construction manager with Turner Project

By Ryne Turke on April 28 at 7:20am


District 117 will be accepting applications for the Turner Renovation Project construction manager by the end of the week. District 117 board members unanimously voted in favor of seeking construction Read More

Jacksonville man arrested in connection with abandoned baby case

By Jim McCabe on April 27 at 1:09pm


Jacksonville Police say they have arrested the father of a baby found abandoned in a dumpster last August. Twenty-eight-year-old Quincy Stone of the 500 block of North Clay was arrested Read More

Three people arrested in Murrayville after discovery of alleged meth operation

By Jim McCabe on April 27 at 1:09pm


A husband and wife and the man’s cousin were arrested after a methamphetamine lab was allegedly discovered in Murrayville yesterday afternoon. Forty-two-year-old John Dusenbery of Murrayville was booked at the Read More

Scott, Cass Counties now part of Judici

By Jim McCabe on April 27 at 1:09pm


Two counties in our news coverage area have been added to a statewide online legal information site. Judici.com  is a centralized internet database that brings together public available data from Read More