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Army Corps of Engineers at Carlyle Lake urges everyone participating in water-related recreation activities over the Memorial Day weekend to always wear a life jacket. Life jackets are available at the Carlyle Lake Visitor Center through the Life
tool goes here Kay Bridges knew it was her little sister when she saw her hair sticking out of a black body bag at St...It's been 17 years since Bridges went to the morgue to identify her 35-year-old sister Christine Foster, of Collinsville.
also begin this weekend and include Waterloo at Millstadt, Columbia at Valmeyer, Fairview Heights vs. the Spikes at Missouri Baptist University in St...The defending league playoff champion Belleville Rockies open their season with a 6 p.m.
tool goes here A brief encounter between Belleville's Grim Reaper of Radio and the St. Clair County Board chairman's wife is headed to the appellate court...Clair County State's Attorney Brendan Kelly of playing politics with a misdemeanor criminal
tool goes here In what was probably his final commencement speech as a congressman, longtime U.S. Rep. Jerry Costello advised Southwestern Illinois College's graduating class Thursday night to develop a plan for life. "Know who you are today,"
tool goes here Little Alexander Williams had a short and difficult life but he was still able to make a major impact on those who knew and loved him. And no one loved him more than the teachers in the Whiteside District 115 Early Childhood Program,
tool goes here Youth Service America has selected Madelyn McGlynn, 17, a senior at Althoff Catholic High School in Belleville, to its list of the most influential 25 teens and young adults in America for her work to end malaria through the nonprofit,
Belleville students march to school picnic downtown Monday morning News-Democrat Text Size: tool goes here Thousands of Belleville school students will parade through downtown Monday morning, causing some traffic interruptions as they make their way
Mayor Mark Eckert has said for the past several years that the sour economy has kept development at bay, but he thinks the time may be right to tackle new ventures again. Group, the developer of Belleville Crossing on Illinois 15, are talking about
tool goes here Local hospital leaders say they'll suffer a severe financial blow if the state cuts Medicaid reimbursement rates as deeply as threatened. Gov. Pat Quinn has proposed reducing the reimbursement rate to hospitals, cutting services for