Cop disciplines remain secret
MT. VERNON -- Citing it's a personnel issue, City Manager Ron Neibert has not disclosed the name of the police officer disciplined as a result of an incident involving a DuQuoin police officer who was reportedly extended a "professional courtesy." InContinued ...
Leaf burning announced
MT. VERNON -- Residents may burn leaves from March 1 through April 30. Leaves may be burned only on private property and not on public right-of-way, public streets nor sidewalks. Fires on blacktop or oiled streets can damage the street surface, as weContinued ...
Man guilty of sex abuse
MT. VERNON -- A Mt. Vernon man has been found guilty of a sex crime by a Jefferson County jury. Sean Q. Williams, 46, was found guilty Wednesday of aggravated criminal sexual abuse, a Class 2 felony. Circuit Judge Eric Dirnbeck presided over the two-Continued ...
Granada Matinee to show kids' film
MT. VERNON -- The Granada's Classic Kids' Matinee will continue March 8 with a screening of the 2011 3D computer-animated movie, "Gnomeo & Juliet." Based on the classic play "Romeo and Juliet," the British film features the voices of James McAvoy andContinued ...
Granada to screen 'Gnomeo & Juliet' for Classic Kids' Matinee
The Granada Center for the Performing Arts will hold its next Classic Kids' Matinee showing March 8. Featured will be the 2011 computer-animated film, "Gnomeo & Juliet."Continued ...
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- Schools to offer referendum
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- Police officers disciplined
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- Cop disciplines remain secret