Shiloh police are working to learn who fired gunshots toward The Hanger, 2415 Lebanon Ave., around 9:15 p.m. Monday. One of the shots kicked up debris that struck one man in the shoulder. Another shot pierced a hole in the rear windshield in a car parked near the entrance.
There’s a new twist in the Belleville Police Department’s flag flap: Chief Bill Clay on Monday presented aldermen a new design for a shoulder patch that incorporates both the American flag and the city flag.
Gov. Bruce Rauner offered little insight Monday into whether Illinois, which the federal government says ranks near the bottom in emissions-reduction goals, will join other states and challenge new stringent rules for power plants.
Another top official at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Belleville has resigned. Shelly Harkins, the chief medical officer, has resigned her position after being selected as the first chief medical officer of the Beacon Health System in South Bend, Ind.
When St. Louis Rams players and coaches traded offseason stories, it was tough to top special teams coordinator John “Bones” Fassel. On the last day of his family’s California vacation last month, Fassel helped save a drowning man’s life at Manhattan Beach on the Pacific Ocean when he and a nearby surfer took immediate action.
Investigators say that an overnight fire that burned two vacant homes in Cahokia is suspicious. The blaze started at about 3 a.m. Monday in one house on East Adams Street in Cahokia, then spread to another home next door.