BREAKING: Boil order lifted for city only

By Jim McCabe on June 29 at 2:04pm

Officials are lifting the boil order in the City of Jacksonville ONLY at this time. The other water co-ops that were previously on the boil order are still under it, Read More

Roodhouse man appears in court for aggravated criminal sexual abuse

By Ryne Turke on June 29 at 12:29pm

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A Roodhouse man made his first appearance in court Tuesday on charges of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. Greene County State’s Attorney Caleb Briscoe informed the court that 68-year-old Lyle Steininger, Read More

Illinois Policy Institute presentation made in Jax

By Jim McCabe on June 29 at 11:30am

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A presentation in Jacksonville by a fiscally conservative Illinois group advocated for a shift in state employee pensions Tuesday night. Two representatives of the Illinois Policy Institute spoke for an Read More

Day 2 of the Jacksonville water emergency

By Jim McCabe on June 29 at 11:26am

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This morning, emergency services officials said progress was made last night at the city water treatment plant, and levels are being gained after a major water main break depleted much Read More

Phone equipment testing at JACIL today

By Jim McCabe on June 29 at 7:01am

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If you’re hard of hearing and want to test out a new piece of equipment designed to make phone calls a little easier, you’re in luck. The Illinois Telecommunications Access Read More