We Rock the Spectrum Gym in Edwardsville had its grand opening Saturday.
The gym offers services, guidance and support to families who are affected by autism.
According to the business’ website, the location is a nurturing and sensory friendly environment.
The location, at 1015 Century Drive in Edwardsville, is open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m Sunday.
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For more information call 618-307-5834 or go to www.werockthespectrumedwardsville.com.
Restaurant closes for renovations
Dos Gorditos, a Mexican restaurant in Belleville, is undergoing renovations.
The restaurant started work June 18 and is scheduled to be closed through July 4, according to a post on its Facebook page.
Dos Gorditos is at 2630 Mascoutah Ave.
Its website is www.dosgorditosrestaurant.com.
Second location for medical practice
Core Physical Medicine has opened its second location. The new location is at 15 North Jefferson St. in Millstadt.
The business was started in 2015 in Edwardsville.
“We believe opening our second location in Millstadt will be a huge benefit to the local community and surrounding areas by offering a full range of pain relief services utilizing the most cutting-edge treatment modalities and rehabilitation services,” the company said in a news release.
Treatments at the Millstadt office include Class IV Laser Therapy, Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression with Oxygen, Computerized Balance and Mechanical evaluations, Digital X-rays (on-site) as well as, Custom Orthotics.
For more information, call 618-476-6677.
Award for local association
The Southern Illinois Builders Association have received the “Friends of Transportation” award from the Transportation for Illinois Coalition.
The coalition created the “Friends of Transportation” award to recognize individuals who championed the state’s infrastructure needs in the preceding year, according to a news release.
The transportation coalition awards its Friends of Transportation honor to local leaders who ensure a community and its infrastructure “remain vibrant and economically healthy,” the news release stated.
SIBA President Steve Ashe and the association’s CEO Donna Richter recently accepted the award.