Shiloh resident Donna Meyers lived on the east side of New Orleans in 2005 when Katrina started to brew. Meyers’ husband, Kirkwood, a deep sea fisherman, was familiar with the way weather worked in the Gulf of Mexico. And he didn’t like what he s
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville faculty and staff members called for equitable funding with the Carbondale campus during a state Higher Education Committee hearing on the state’s appropriation.
Bob Robbins, who bears an uncanny resemblance to his biological father, the late Charlie Clayton, plays a practical joke on former neighbor Jerry Cornell by riding up to a swim party on Charlie's lawn mower, wearing his jacket and cap.
A new state assessment designed to measure if students are ready for kindergarten shows that most children need help preparing for school. Nearly one out of four Illinois students were considered ready for the classroom expectations.