Road resurfacing starts today on Morton Avenue

By Ryne Turke on September 28 at 12:06pm

Traffic is expected to pick up this week on Morton Avenue. According to a press release from the Illinois Department of Transportation, road resurfacing starts today and will continue through Read More

Golf cart, trustee pay increase ordinances fail in South Jax

By Ryne Turke on September 28 at 7:14am

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A pair of hotly debated items in South Jacksonville were up for vote Tuesday night, but neither passed. The topic of allowing golf carts and recreational off-highway vehicles on village Read More

IC honored for community service hours

By Ryne Turke on September 27 at 11:59am

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Illinois College received national recognition on Friday for outstanding service in the community. According to the college, IC was listed on the 2015 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll Read More

Wage increase could be in the works for Jacksonville aldermen

By Ryne Turke on September 27 at 11:50am

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Monday’s City Council workshop included the first reading of an ordinance addressing this topic. Jacksonville Mayor Andy Ezard says the potential pay raise would be similar to other union negotiated Read More

Corn and soybean harvest in full swing around the state

By Ryne Turke on September 27 at 11:41am

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Crop statistician Mark Schleusener recaps the current numbers and says big progress is right around the corner. “Corn harvest reached 24 percent complete, compared to 25 percent last year and Read More