Susan Ford has spent her career studying “dead monkeys and monkey bones,” but she knows that tackling SIU’s problems will be far from monkey business. Ford, who joined the SIU community in 1979 as a visiting anthropology instructor, was the first of four candidates for campus chancellor to address the community, and she is the only one to come from within SIU’s current administration.
Two Carbondale men are due in court next month after they allegedly beat a man outside a local business.
Four finalists for the position of SIU Carbondale chancellor will come to campus for interviews in late April and early May.
By the time the lights finally went out Tuesday evening at Henry’s downtown campaign headquarters, the Carbondale businessman had scored a decisive, 24-point victory over his sole rival, Councilwoman Jane Adams. And he seemed to have done it the old-fashioned way: by getting voters to the polls.
A circuit judge expects to deliver a decision within two weeks on whether a lawsuit claiming wrongful death in the 2012 case of Molly Young can move forward.
For 17 years, it was a privilege and an honor to be your neighbor. Deciding to leave SIU for a position at NAU was a difficult choice.
John “Mike” Henry has gained substantial support in his bid to become mayor of Carbondale, according to a survey conducted this week by the Times.
The city’s two candidates for mayor came out swinging during their first public meeting Thursday night.
An undercover Carbondale Police officer disguised as a pizza delivery driver led to the apprehension of a Carbondale man.
A Carbondale man is accused of assaulting a woman, battering a police officer and attempting to escape from custody Sunday.
Thousands of sex crimes reported to police in Southern Illinois aren’t being prosecuted, even though most victims can identify their attackers.