Under the weight of $45 million in long term debt, local leaders want voters to decide whether to dissolve the Collinsville Area Recreation District (CARD) and have its assets managed locally.
News from October 2015
Just one day after the County Democratic Committee endorsed another candidate, the current St. Clair County coroner announced that he is not seeking re-election at the end of his term.
Two Illinois residents are suing a Missouri motorist, alleging negligence over injuries they sustained in a vehicle collision.
A motorist is suing another driver, alleging negligence in a vehicle collision that left the plaintiff injured.
An East St. Louis woman is suing a Millstadt woman over injuries she claims she sustained in a vehicle collision between the two parties.
Illinois’ dismal business climate continues to inhibit jobs growth, especially in manufacturing, as the state put 25 people on food stamps for every factory job created during the recovery from the Great Recession.
A St. Clair County woman is suing a Belleville motorist, alleging negligence for injuries she sustained in a vehicle collision.
The essence of the new education system, Community Schools, is to provide every need (every meal, health care), to the student.
A man is suing a truck driver and his employers over injuries the man claims he sustained in a vehicle accident between the two parties.
A Collinsville man is suing his former employer over breach of contract allegations.
A woman is suing a Mascoutah lumber company and one of its employees over injuries she sustained in a vehicle collision.
An Illinois man is suing the estate of a deceased woman over injuries the man and his son sustained in a vehicle collision.
A Missouri woman is suing the owner of Madison County convenience store, alleging negligence after she slipped and fell on water in the store.
Even though the next general election is more than a year away, campaign finance records due next week may provide clues as to how competitive races will be.
The Illinois Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal of Prairie Farms Dairy (PFD), locked in a long-term dispute with a Highland couple over a milk marketing agreement.
St. Louis attorney John Driscoll is taking on the Donald Trump empire in a class-action lawsuit alleging Trump's hotel chain failed to keep payment information secure, enabling data hacks of his personal and financial data.
A Wood River woman is suing over injuries she sustained in a vehicle collision. Beverly Whitaker filed a complaint Sept. 22 in Madison County Circuit Court against Cassandra Medling, alleging negligence. On November 6, 2014, the complaint states, Whitaker was stopped at a traffic signal on westbound Illinois Route 143 at its intersection with Illinois Route 3, when Medling, traveling eastbound on Illinois Route 143, failed to stop at a solid red light, entered the intersection, and struck one or
A mother is suing an O'Fallon police captain and the city over injuries her daughter sustained in a pedestrian-vehicle accident. Catherine Barrows, as guardian, parent, and next of friend of minor and disabled Asia Graham, filed a complaint Sept. 18 in St. Clair County Circuit Court against Reginald "Mick" Hunter and the City of O'Fallon, alleging negligence. At approximately 8 p.m.
Two Illinois residents are suing Illinois Central School Bus and one of its drivers over damages sustained in an Alton vehicle collision. Allen L.
A Madison County husband and wife are suing over property damages and injuries sustained in a vehicle collision. Major Granger and Mertis Granger filed a complaint Sept. 15 in Madison County Circuit Court against Bruce Hohnsbehn, alleging negligence.