The service launches at noon Thursday, meaning residents will be able to request a ride through Lyft by using their mobile device. Users will have to download the application, sign up and then request a ride.
In a recent column (May 6, “Do we really need townships?”), I suggested township government in Illinois needed to be reformed or even ended.
Read the following message addressed to Illinois State Rep. Mary Flowers, and share with your readers.
A circuit judge has dismissed the civil lawsuit filed in the 2012 death of Molly Young in a then-Carbondale Police dispatcher’s apartment.
A local man now faces multiple charges after police arrested him May 11 in connection with a shooting the day before.
An SIU professor now has been formally charged with battery.
The man reportedly behind a string of delivery driver robberies earlier this year was sentenced last week to two concurrent terms in prison.
House partiers and other late-night revelers will have to keep it to a dull roar following city council approval Tuesday evening of ordinance changes that will allow police to ticket those not just with loud stereos, but also with loud voices.
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.