The Affordable Care Act is again proving itself to be the Unaffordable Care Act now that Illinois has moved to close its health insurance coop, Land of Lincoln Health, after it lost $90 million last year.
A weekly message to O’Fallon residents on traditional values and progressive thinking regarding issues, concerns or praises for local residents, City staff, local volunteer, civic or religious and charitable organizations, or updates and detailed information on upcoming holidays, events or topics. For more information visit O’Fallon City Hall at O'Fallon, located at 255 S. Lincoln Avenue, or call 624-4500, extension 8730.
O’Fallon resident Shannon O’Keefe is a professional bowler competing in USA and internationally. As a 12-time member of Team USA since 2005, O’Keefe has had numerous successes like six-time World Champion and a three-time champion on the PWBA Tour. She’s also been McKendree University’s Women’s Bowling coach since 2014.
Local Shiloh-O’Fallon area police and fire calls for service. The Village of Shiloh Police Department is located at 3498 Lebanon Ave. in Shiloh, and can be reached by calling 632-9047. The O’Fallon Public Safety Building is located at 285 N. Seven Hills Rd. in O’Fallon, and can be reached by calling 624-4545.
After the village of Shiloh trustees discussed a personnel issue for less than 15 minutes in executive session on Mon. June 6, the board voted to eliminate the engineering department and laying off the village’s one and only lead engineer. A month later, Norm Etling is keeping busy with volunteering and continuing as a board member for the Home Builders Association.
O’Fallon has a bright future construction of multiple medical campuses, and an increase in residential and commercial construction. In fact, it is one of the top 10 fastest growing communities in the St. Louis Region behind Missouri communities like Wentzville, O’Fallon, St. Peters and St. Charles City. Last year, builder’s invested more than $36 million for the construction of single family residential homes.
The Police Chief for A Day is just one of our many programs that are focused on the youth of O’Fallon. This program gives the participant an opportunity to see both the Police Department and the Emergency Medical Services Department while interacting with officers and paramedics
The O’Fallon Breakers enter the final week of the regular season at 7-1 after defeating a good St. Clair County Club team last Tuesday, 310 – 225. This week, the team traveledd to Trenton for a weather make-up on Tuesday and then prepare for the 10-team Midwest Conference Meet at O’Fallon pool this Saturday.