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Natural disasters are terrible for anybody involved, and for small municipalities, qualifying for federal assistance is the key for bouncing back.
CAIRO — Two U.S. senators have joined a growing chorus of officials calling for answers and swift corrective action related to alleged misspending by former employees of the Alexander County Housing Authority.
MURPHYSBORO -- With the touch of a joystick, Charles Cunningham’s robot went to work, scooping up foam balls and shooting them across the room into a net.
CENTRALIA – Three days after the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the state has the authority to close Murray Developmental Center, hundreds of employees, guardians and community members gathered here for a parade on the grounds of the…
Sometimes, Julie Eubanks still feels like she's in high school, back when she was the only girl in woodshop class. She'd squeal to her mom about using the power saw in the same form other girls would after baking a…
The idea that nature has therapeutic benefits isn’t new. Doctors and wellness experts have long recommended “getting out into nature” to help with all manner of ailments, many of them emotional or psychological.
CARBONDALE – There’s something magical about the decades-long tradition of the Marching Salukis that has made the band far more than just another sideline act in the history of Saluki athletics.
Eric Crain took a nap and woke up $10,000 richer.
A replica of a 1933 Dymaxion automobile, designed by noted architect Buckminster Fuller, was on hand at Fuller's geodesic dome home in Carbondale on Friday afternoon. Visitors were able to go for a ride in the front-wheel drive, rear-wheel steering…
It’s a part of Tri-C history now, this story that started with two friends.
It’s official, the Amateur Trapshooting Association has initiated a process that would take The Grand American, the largest trapshooting event in the world, away from Sparta’s World Shooting and Recreational complex – at least for 2016.
PINCKNEYVILLE — When Pinckneyville Community Hospital moved to its new location at 5383 Illinois 154 on Sept. 28, the move left the old hospital building empty.