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All but one of her teammates advised a more cautious approach in the... [Read More]
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville's spring enrollment of 13,276 students is the second-largest spring... [Read More]
Hundreds of Riverbend-area residents trekked to the nation's capital last weekend for... [Read More]
S&S Sandwiches, locally famous for its from-scratch submarine sandwiches, has a new name,... [Read More]
It is natural that measures lacking comprehensive strategy and meticulous examination cause confusion. Rather than... [Read More]
Alton Main Street's quarterly information exchange, called "What's Up Downtown," will be held... [Read More]
One out of every five caregivers in the United State is aged 65... [Read More]
The Alton Section National Council of Negro Women recently announced plans are underway... [Read More]
An Alton school was buzzing about a good cause Friday afternoon during Catholic... [Read More]
Sometime around 8:15 Friday night, the Civic Memorial Eagles put a stranglehold on... [Read More]
An Alton man with a long criminal record was sentenced to more than... [Read More]
Less than a week after a Papa John's delivery driver was held up... [Read More]
A judge Friday delayed sentencing of convicted murderer Turhan Robinson after the defendant's... [Read More]
It's hard to believe that we've already started the first week of February!We have wrapped... [Read More]
Saturday's IHSA Girls Bowling Triad Regional Tournament at Camelot Bowl will likely feature... [Read More]
EDWARDSVILLE —Two would-be robbers had the tables turned on them Thursday, resulting in charges of... [Read More]
For the third time in two weeks Friday, a parade of hulking law... [Read More]
Madison County resident Jaris Waide accepted a recent congressional invitation from U.S. Rep. [Read More]
There will be even more choices for voters April 4, as a recently... [Read More]
Alton coach Steven Campbell is his team's MVCHA playoff opener was a... [Read More]