Red Kettle Campaign optimistic about reaching $100,000 goal

By Blake Schnitker on December 7 at 6:16am


The Salvation Army’s local Red Kettle Campaign is ahead of last year’s pace just weeks away from Christmas. Major Charles Pinkston told WLDS-WEAI News several weeks ago that the local Read More

Turner Teachers Wowed by Visit

By Gary Scott on December 6 at 1:04pm


There was a bit of a WOW factor this past week as teachers and staff got a first-hand look at the newest part of Turner Junior high. The building is Read More

Jacksonville man still missing three months later

By Blake Schnitker on December 6 at 12:32pm


The whereabouts of a Jacksonville man remain unknown months after he was first reported missing. Reports says Ronald Turner was last seen in Jacksonville on August 20th, a little more Read More

Long Time Political Observer Doubting Any Long Term Budget Under Rauner

By Gary Scott on December 6 at 9:52am

A long-time political reporter doubts the state will get a new budget before next summer. In fact, Chicago Tribune’s Ray Long says there may be no budget until democrats try Read More

Series of Grade School Boundary Mtgs Start in Jax Tonight

By Gary Scott on December 6 at 6:00am

Jacksonville school district 117 administration officials begin a series of meetings tonight vital to the future enrollment of neighborhood schools in the city. The meetings are designed to examine the Read More