Former Carbondale Police chief Jody O’Guinn says he has no idea why he was fired this week, although he is certain it had to do with a string of recent controversial death cases that have shaken the Police Department, despite the city manager’s statements to the contrary.
Last week, three unions representing employees at SIU announced an administrative law judge’s ruling concluding that because of unfair bargaining strategies, the SIU administration wrongly imposed four unpaid furlough days on workers in 2011 and now must repay them.
A Carbondale man has been sentenced to prison on a methamphetamine charge originating in May.
The Literacy Program at John A. Logan College is seeking volunteers to provide tutoring services to adult learners.
The chairman of a city commission that has turned a critical eye on the Carbondale Police Department in recent months has filed his own grievance against the department.
Skyline Creek Productions will present the Tony Award-winning musical “Chicago” Aug. 14 to 17 at the Marion Cultural and Civic Center.
A man who robbed a Carbondale bank earlier this year has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
The committee for the Traveling Vietnam Wall coming to Carbondale is seeking qualified volunteers to perform “honor watches.”
A local man faces a charge of armed robbery after he allegedly used a handgun to commit a robbery last weekend.
R. Buckminster Fuller will be the focus of a performance and special exhibit coming to the university this fall.
A Carbondale man has been sentenced to time in prison for a pair of drug violations.