The updated three-show subscription series now includes “Into the Woods,” June 16-18 and 23-25, “Sister Act,” July 7-9 and 14-16, sponsored by SIH Medical Group, and “Singin’ in the Rain,” July 27-30, co-presented by Carbondale Community Arts and MSP. These performances are in the McLeod Theater on the SIU campus.
On Dec. 2, members of Carbondale’s International Association of Firefighters Local 1961 presented a check for $1,200 to the SIH Foundation.
A Carbondale woman faces multiple charges after she was found allegedly in possession of crack cocaine.
A convicted felon living in Murphysboro has been sentenced to two years in prison after police found him with a switchblade knife earlier this year.
The city council approved a change Tuesday evening that prevents the city manager from striking unique terms with soon-to-be employees while negotiating their employment with the city.
Work on Carbondale’s Super Splash Park Outdoor Aquatic Center may be close to resuming.
A Murphysboro man faces a pair of felony charges after he was caught allegedly stealing utility terrain vehicles from around the area.
The city of Carbondale is seeking suggestions from the public as to how a possible half-million-dollar influx of cash annually might be used to enhance sustainability efforts.
SIU President Randy Dunn is seeking the support of alumni in attempting to break the gridlock in Springfield that has prevented the passage of a state budget.
The city council will take action Tuesday to a ratify a newly negotiated contract with Police Chief Jeff Grubbs — one that does away with a contentious housing allowance but greatly increases his overall pay.
Mayor Mike Henry says the bleak state budget situation has Carbondale officials preparing for the worst as preliminary talks on next year’s city finances get underway.