MOUNT CARMEL — While the city pool will likely receive a facelift in some facet — whether via the Rebuild Illinois Grant or potentially an Oslad Grant — the indoor pool at Wabash Valley College appears to be in dire need for repair.
MOUNT CARMEL — Mount Carmel Police Department officials announced the finding of Richard Perry III and Richard Levi Perry late Friday night -- following a missing persons report.
SPRINGFIELD — The Illinois Department of Public Health reported Friday that the number of new COVID-19 cases confirmed over the previous 24 hours topped 1,000 for the second straight day while the percentage of tests coming back positive also grew.
MOUNT CARMEL — Wabash Area Development Inc., better known as WADI, was announced as a recipient of an Illinois COVID-19 Response Fund Grant.
MOUNT CARMEL — Just a week removed from signing her national letter of intent to Anderson University, Mount Carmel senior Madison Merritt made headlines again, this time by making her college education much more affordable.
MOUNT CARMEL — Mount Carmel concluded its Fourth of July weekend with its annual Corn Day festivity on Sunday, but it wasn’t before a divvy of events throughout the weekend.
MOUNT CARMEL — Mount Carmel Police announced the arrest of Tonya L. Wright, a 59-year-old Mount Carmel native for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol on July 2.
MOUNT CARMEL — 55th District State Representative candidate Darren Bailey won the first of what’s likely to be a series of legal battles versus Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker.
MOUNT CARMEL — With the limitations in Illinois Governor’s phased reopening plan, events such as prom and graduation were always sort of a longshot — at least in the traditional sense of the event.
MOUNT CARMEL — Mount Carmel seniors Madeline Goldman and Aden Gill were announced as the recipients of the 2020 Mount Carmel High School Alumni Foundation’s Spirit Scholarships on Wednesday evening.
MOUNT CARMEL — Illinois continues to remain par in its recovery from COVID-19, with the state having remained under 1,000 new daily cases since June 5.
MOUNT CARMEL — Wabash District 348 Schools received a better feel of what a return to the classroom in August might look like following a 60-page release of requirements by the Illinois State Board of Education on Tuesday.