BREAKING: Boil order lifted for city only

By Jim McCabe on June 29 at 2:04pm

A boil order put in place for the entire city of Jacksonville has been lifted. The order was enacted early yesterday following an enormous loss of water from a water 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