MT. VERNON — About 600 pre-K to 2nd grade students across Southern Illinois took in a live musical Thursday at the Cedarhurst Center for the Arts in Mt. Vernon. The musical of “Harry the Dirty Dog” was performed by members of the New Jersey-based ArtsPower National Touring Theater, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing young people the experience of live theater.
Foundation Ball set for Saturday
MT. VERNON -- Tickets are still available for the 26th annual Healthcare Foundation Ball, which begins at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Mt. Vernon Holiday Inn. The event will feature a chocolate contest, silent and oral auctions, dinner and musical entertaiContinued ...
Airport approves change orders
MT. VERNON -- Several change orders related to the Innovation Park hangar and office building were approved Tuesday by the Mt. Vernon Airport Authority. Of the four bids under consideration, two were awarded to Lowe's -- for drywall and plywood at aContinued ...
IDOT truck rear-ended on I-57
WEST FRANKFORT -- An elderly Mt. Vernon man was ticketed by Illinois State Police when his vehicle collided with an Illinois Department of Transportation truck. According to ISP, Robert Venturi, 79, rear-ended the IDOT truck in the northbound lanes oContinued ...
RLC hires Henry
INA -- The Rend Lake College Board of Trustees Tuesday appointed Charlotte Henry as director of a new Health Information Technology Program, soon to be launched on campus. Currently, the degree program in question is offered through the college at thContinued ...
Healthcare Foundation Ball set for Saturday
Tickets are still available for the 26th annual Healthcare Foundation Ball, which will be held at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Mt. Vernon Holiday Inn.Continued ...
- Ameren offers payment plan
- Health fair attracts audience
- MVTHS eyes redesigned gym
- McClellan asks for tax increase
- Highway crash
- County votes on aggregation
- Retailers eye store closures
- MVTHS mock trial team preps for state
- MVTHS mock trial team prepares for state competition
- Building tops $2 million
- Foundation Ball set for Saturday