DMDC Street Scape
Construction workers of DePew and Owens, based in Centralia, work on the 200 block of South Ninth Street. The work is part of the city's Street Scape project. Workers recently completed the east side of the street, with the project extending from Harrison Street to Jordan Avenue.Continued ...
Summit offers hope to parolees
MT. VERNON — For Mt. Vernon resident Brian Shirrell the Summit of Hope expo held Tuesday at the Rolland W. Lewis Community Building provided him with the needed tools to help younger men and women who are at risk to commit crimes.Continued ...
Veteran's Day salute
The Village of Waltonville held a Veteran’s Day Parade on Monday. Residents came out to show their support for the veterans and enjoy the parade, which included floats, politicians, school bands, antique cars and tractors and veterans organizations.Continued ...
Foundation honors three alumni
Mt. Vernon High School Foundation held its annual alumni dinner on Saturday night at the Holiday Inn.Continued ...
- United Way salutes The Amy Center
- Ribbon cutting held for Casey expansion
- November proclaimed Adoption Month
- Makeup tutorial held at Brehm Library
- Water main on the mend
- Knife show draws hundreds of collectors
- DMDC Street Scape
Winter storm watch issued
MT. VERNON -- Southern Illinois is about to see its first measurable precipitation of the winter season starting this evening and continuing through the weekend. The National Weather Service in Paducah, Ky., has issued a winter storm watch covering JContinued ...
- MVTHS report data won't change
- Santa to appear at Cedarhurst
- Car hits motorcycle on Broadway
- Winter storm watch issued
Bill Mayo, Jr.
William Edward "Bill" Mayo, Jr., 80, of Mt. Vernon, died 3:27 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013, at Crossroads Community Hospital in Mt. Vernon. He was born Monday, Jan. 2, 1933, in Mt. Vernon, the son of William Edward Mayo, Sr. and Vera (Sechrest) Mayo.Continued ...
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- Bill Mayo, Jr.
Why late nights are bad for your immune system
Jet lag, shift work and even late nights staring at your tablet or smartphone may be making you sick.Continued ...
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