On behalf of his daughter Melody and the estate of Robin Wells, Paul Wells has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the driver of the truck that crashed into Robin’s vehicle — Don Mueller and his company, Don Mueller Construction in Lebanon.
St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Belleville announced Monday that Shelley Harris, the chief nursing officer, has been appointed to serve as interim CEO, effective July 31. Current president and chief executive officer Maryann Reese is leaving at the end of this month for another position.
O’Fallon’s Austin Bossart graduated ranked 20th in his class, was one of 9.9 percent of the applicants accepted to an Ivy League college, and one of 10 percent of college baseball players to be drafted. His next goal? The big leagues.
The St. Clair County Board on Monday voted to deny a special use petition from the Toenjes Brick Contracting Company, and gave the company six months to move from its location at 3040 Forest Hill School Road, north of Millstadt.
A large turnout saw Harmony Emge School District 175 board members vot Monday evening to continue discussions on a proposal to allow a private firm to run special education services in vacant rooms at Ellis Elementary School in Belleville.
The Collinsville City Council voted to annex more than 100 acres of land that Gordon and Edward Maag own within Collinsville Township into the city’s corporate limits. The land is located at 121 Bluff Road, near the intersection of West Main Street and Illinois 157.
It was a big year for metro-east players in the 2015 Major League baseball draft. Here’s a report on their early progress in the minor leagues, as well as a quick update on the careers of the region’s three big league players.