South Jacksonville gazebo plans moving ahead of schedule

By Ryne Turke on March 6 at 7:02am


The 28-foot-round gazebo will be constructed on the East Pavilion of Godfrey Park, with the assistance of local volunteer labor. South Jacksonville President Gordon Jumper feels the gazebo will be Read More

Shakespeare experience taking place in Jacksonville

By Ryne Turke on March 6 at 7:02am


The Imagine Foundation is welcoming back the Education Tour of the Shakespeare Festival to Jacksonville for the next several days. After making a stop at Washington Elementary yesterday, the five Read More

Judge grants several motions in abandoned baby case

By Jim McCabe on March 5 at 1:02pm

There were several new developments this morning in the attempted murder case against a 17-year-old Jacksonville girl accused of leaving her newborn baby in a dumpster last summer. Morgan County Read More

Two arrested for possessing pounds of pot

By Jim McCabe on March 5 at 1:01pm


Two Jacksonville residents have been arrested after police say a large amount of marijuana was found at one of their residences. Twenty-three-year-old Querida Guider of the 200 block of East Read More

February was a cold month in Jacksonville

By Jim McCabe on March 5 at 1:00pm


Jacksonville tied one record low temperature last month and shattered another record.    We started off the month of February somewhat warm and finished very cold. The low of minus-2 on Read More