EAST ST. LOUIS – Five persons who bought votes in 2004 received $12,350 as campaign workers last year. The St. Clair County central Democratic committee paid $2,000 to Charles Powell Jr., who led local meetings about buying votes in 2004.
Former employees, colleagues and family remember retired federal judge William D. Stiehl, Sr., as an ethical judge who strived to make the community a better place through his fair sentencing practices and service to the country. Scholarly, reserved, ethical, honest, fair, sincere, distinguished, positive: These are just a handful of the words used to describe Judge Stiehl. Stiehl, 90, died on Feb. 8 following a brief illness. He was nominated to the bench by President Ronald Reagan in the U.S.
St. Clair County Associate Judge Randall Kelley ordered The City of East St. Louis to file a supplemental brief to determine if the Tort Immunity Act applies to a former police officer’s lawsuit alleging the city is withholding compensation for accumulated sick days.
St. Clair County Associate Judge Randall Kelley denied the City of East St. Louis’ motion to dismiss a case accusing an East St. Louis security guard of sexually assaulting a former high school student numerous times.
December 22, 2014Belleville$60,000- 2103 E. C St.- Margaret Henson to David Tawater $46,500- 900 Forest Ave.- Fannie Mae to Donald P. Kissler $310,000- 1357 Rocky Creek Ct.- Julie Orlet-Schoen to Mark Heffernan and Melissa Render $134,000- 4709 Eyman Rd.- Alan and Joyce Maurer to Brittany Skaer and Ronny Geissert $149,000- 21 Coral Dr.- Carol J. Nester to Christian and Andria Powell $64,900- 23-25