An Illinois railroad company is accused of unlawfully ending its property easement with an outdoor advertising company to make room for a bridge across the Mississippi River.
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Flint Forty-eight retired state employees filed a class action lawsuit last week in Madison County, challenging a new law that will require retirees to start paying premiums for their health insurance.
Dunstan Madison County Board Chairman Alan Dunstan said today that he will appoint an interim Circuit Clerk later this month.
Wexstten The Fifth District Appellate Court has reversed a St. Clair County ruling, finding for the plaintiffs in a 2002 injury case presided over by former Circuit Judge Michael O'Malley.
Godfrey Thiems Construction Inc. of Edwardsville has won a case brought against it by AT&T over cable lines Thiems' workers severed four years ago while working in front of an Edwardsville middle school.
Godfrey The jury began deliberations late Tuesday afternoon in a suit against an Edwardsville construction company brought by AT&T over severed underground cables.
A Missouri woman has filed suit against the Illinois Department of Transportation and its secretary, alleging she fell on a protruding wood and concrete expansion joint.
State government offices spent at least $2.2 million in legal fees in 2009, according to the website IllinoisOpenGov.org.
The city of Belleville filed a lawsuit against Centrue Bank after it allegedly failed to pay more than $170,000.
A personal injury suit involving an Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) employee has settled for an undisclosed amount.
The Best Way Foundation is suing over damage allegedly sustained by one of its trucks by dangerously low lines over 17th Street.
Darlene Green filed a legal malpractice complaint against Granite City attorney John T. Papa alleging he failed to file an injury claim in a circuit court "where she could have have had a jury rule on her claim and would have been able to appeal any adverse decision of the court or jury."
The state of Illinois filed a civil suit in Madison County Circuit Court April 3, seeking to collect in excess of $864,413 paid to the widow of an Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) worker killed when struck by a vehicle.
The widow of an Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) worker killed when he was struck by the trailer of a jackknifed truck filed a six-count wrongful death suit against the driver of the truck in Madison County Circuit Court March 17.
Justice Welch Fifth Judicial District justices upheld a St. Clair County judge's 2006 order requiring the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) to grant an outdoor advertising company permission to put up signs along Interstate 64 in Caseyville.
A pedestrian who was struck by a Mack truck is suing the vehicle's driver and his employer for severe and permanent injuries.
In his annual state of the county address, Madison County Board Chairman Alan Dunstan credits low taxes and windfall interest payments from one of the county's most famous lawsuits for achieving a balanced 2006 budget.
Question: I read your very first paper back in 2004 when I stopped by for a latte at Sacred Grounds in downtown Edwardsville. I enjoyed it but I was only in town to visit a friend at SIU for a couple of days. I doubted that you would still be in print the next time I would come to visit, but to my surprise you are still here.
Belleville attorney Stephen McGlynn has been named appellate judge of the 5th Judicial Circuit to fill the vacancy that will be left by Judge Clyde Kuehn, whose temporary assignment ends July 7.