Representatives of area organizations with their livelihoods on the line gathered Tuesday in Carbondale to send a united message: It’s time for Illinois leaders to pass a budget and, in the words of one, “do their duty as sworn public servants.”
The SIU student who sustained a gunshot wound in a Saturday evening robbery says this week that he feels lucky to be alive.
An unknown culprit or culprits wrought major damage late Thursday night or early Friday morning to the Japanese Garden located on the grounds of the Carbondale Public Library.
Diners at “sidewalk cafés” in Carbondale soon may be able to enjoy alcoholic drinks with their meals, too, following action taken at Tuesday’s meeting of the Carbondale City Council.
An Ullin man faces multiple charges after he allegedly pointed a gun at someone in traffic and fled from officers who confronted him.
A Carbondale man faces heroin and cannabis charges after he was arrested late Monday evening in Energy.
Two Carbondale residents have been sentenced to multiple years in prison for their roles in an armed robbery at a motel last year.
A Carbondale man who threatened to kill three people with a shotgun last October on South Poplar Street was sentenced Tuesday to two years in prison.
A Christmas evening traffic stop may not have brought much cheer to three Marion residents, but it did leave them facing a handful of drug and weapon charges.
A Carbondale business owner is celebrating this week after he finally recovered money in a year-old fraud case that involved a bad check, links to an online gay escort service and a little bit of intrepid detective work.
The 30-year prison sentence for a Carbondale man convicted of conspiracy to distribute pot was among nearly a hundred President Obama commuted last week.