At 10 a.m. Monday, the City of Carbondale will host its annual Memorial Day Service at Woodlawn Cemetery to honor the men and women who paid t…
On Thursday afternoon, Jamieson and her students Sami Liller and Ella Moon enlisted the help of second graders in Jennifer Harlieb’s class at Thomas Elementary School for a community service project that shows kindness to hometown heroes.
As the Centers for Disease Control announced it recommends a booster dose of vaccine for children, COVID-19 numbers in Illinois are creeping upward.
The city's first dog park was celebrated this weekend with a grand opening.
Western Illinois University and the Rock Island Arsenal are celebrating another year of providing educational opportunities to U.S. Army personnel and their families through the Army Continuing Education System (ACES).
Col. Todd Allison, U.S. Army Garrison Rock Island Arsenal, speaks at Western Illinois University Quad Cities Campus Monday morning during a ce…
Faye, a new all-day coffee shop is opening at 1616 Walnut St., on the corner of Walnut and 16th streets.
CARBONDALE — A grand opening for PetSafe Carbondale Community Dog Park will celebrate “all things dog” from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the p…
SIH plans to demolish the former home of Gen. John A. Logan in Carbondale.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued Continental Tire the Americas LLC citations for two repeated violations, 16 serious and five other than serious violations after an investigation which began in November 2021.
St. Nicholas Brewing Co. has opened a brew pub location in Southern Illinois Airport’s new terminal building.
Artspace 304 and the City of Carbondale are partnering with SIU, private businesses and individuals in a new mural project called Welcome, Carbondale.
Entertainment for the 2022 Du Quoin State Fair will include six acts from country to hip hop to comedy in the Grandstand, along with harness racing, ARCA and USAC races.
A leak of an initial draft of a Supreme Court decision says they are likely to overturn Roe v. Wade this year. What do Southern Illinoisans think about the issue of abortion?
Christi and Matthew Bailey have been charged with unlawful restraint and endangering the life or health of a child for their treatment of children at Little Angels Learning Center in Harrisburg.
Each year, the Poshard Foundation for Abused Children gives grants during Child Abuse Awareness Month (April) to Southern Illinois organizations that work with abused and neglected children or focus on preventing child abuse.
Herrin High School athletic complex was a busy place Thursday morning as the 2022 Region K Herrin Spring Games of the Special Olympics kicked off.
Williamson County Board met Wednesday afternoon to discuss the American Rescue Plan Act or ARPA funds.
Landmarks Illinois, along with partner Banterra Bank, announced a new partnership Tuesday to help restore historic buildings in Southern Illinois. The Landmarks Illinois Banterra Bank Preserve Southern Illinois Grant Program will provide assistance to preserve or rehabilitate historic structures in downtowns and other commercial corridors in Southern Illinois.
The Carterville High School cheerleading team finished third in IHSA state competition this year. Cheer coach Linda Drust is the National Spirit Coach of the Year.
Max Valerius started Midwest Mafia in the Jackson County CEO program. He recently placed first in a national Pitch competition with a pitch for his business.
Murphysboro Mayor Will Stephens is disappointed but respects the process. The Big Muddy River runs through a part of Murphysboro.