Lack of state funding forcing PBS Jacksonville to reduce broadcast hours

By Ryne Turke on April 29 at 12:47pm

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Starting May 6th, WSEC/PBS Jacksonville will be making some cost cutting measures. According to a press release, the loss of state funding is forcing the station to sign on later Read More

North Greene Food Pantry extending helping hand

By Jim McCabe on April 29 at 7:03am

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A Greene County food assistance center is expanding its service area. The North Greene Food Pantry is now offering help to anyone in the county, as opposed to just people Read More

Golf carts, Hardin Ave addressed by South Jax trustees

By Ryne Turke on April 29 at 6:43am

Fees and regulations for golf carts in South Jacksonville could end up mirroring the ones recently approved by the City of Jacksonville. Under a proposal from village trustees shared during Read More

Attorneys for college want Title IX suit thrown out

By Jim McCabe on April 28 at 1:03pm

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A Morgan County judge is deciding whether to dismiss a lawsuit filed against MacMurray College stemming from the handling of an alleged sexual assault of a student. The suit, filed Read More

Scott Co. Courthouse renovations get boost from family of deceased judge

By Jim McCabe on April 28 at 1:02pm

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The family of a former Scott County judge who recently died is helping raise money for a project at the county courthouse. Richard Evans “Dick” Mann passed away last month. Read More