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Haine Announces Guilty Verdict in Collinsville Murder Case

October 15, 2021

Madison County States Attorney Tom Haine announced today that a Madison County jury found George Lacey, 26, of Collinsville, guilty of first degree murder and unlawful possession of weapons by a felon for the November 19, 2020 murder of Darian Woods in Collinsville. “Less than one year after this crime, the gears of justice moved…

Leads Sought In Game Card Theft

October 14, 2021

The Troy Police Department is currently investigating a burglary that occurred at Realms of Gaming, 300 Edwardsville Road,Suite #6 in Troy. On Monday, October 11 at approximately 3:17 a.m., a male subject forced his way into Realms of Gaming. Wearing a mask that covered his entire head and face, dark pants and dark tennis shoes,…

Civil Suit Says District Knew About Abuse, Did Not Act

October 14, 2021

By Charlie Feldman cfeldman@timestribunenews.com After a judge denied a motion by the Triad School District for dismissal, a civil lawsuit against the Triad School District has been given a tentative jury trial date of March 2023. John Doe 10 vs. Board of Education of Triad Community School District 2 et al., will be tried in…

Suspects Arrested in Glen Carbon Burglaries

October 14, 2021

Over the weekend of October 9th, the Glen Carbon Police Department investigated 5 residential burglaries in 2 separate neighborhoods across the Village. In following-up the investigation into these break-ins, officers and detectives of the Glen Carbon Police Department determined the cases all involved common suspects and common patterns of entry into homes. During the early…

Glen OKs Final Plat, Plan For Orchard Town, Menards Site

October 13, 2021

By Charlie Feldman cfeldman@timestribunenews.com The village of Glen Carbon approved the final area plan (the final plat) for Orchard Town Center and the final section plan (the site plan) for Menards at its Tuesday, October 12 board meeting. The developer, Staenberg Group Inc. of St. Louis, has to obtain final approval of the traffic improvements…

MCT Seeks Feedback On Proposed Service Changes

October 12, 2021

In an effort to engage the public, gather feedback and answer questions, Madison County Transit (MCT) will host a series of virtual and in-person meetings addressing potential changes to service. Routes affected include the #6 Roxana-Pontoon Beach, #8 Central Shuttle, #9 Washington Shuttle, #10 State and Elm Shuttle, #18 Collinsville Regional, #19 Collinsville-Edwardsville and #22…

BearSun Passes Through Troy-St. Jacob On Fundraising Journey Across America

October 12, 2021

By Stephanie Malench smalench@timestribunenews.com On Sunday evening, a man dressed in a bear costume made his way to Highway 40 on his journey across America to raise awareness and $15,000 each for  five charities: Villa Esperanza (Disabled Community), National Breast Cancer Foundation, Active Minds (Mental Health), Autism Society for America, and Environmental Defends. Sunday’s journey…

TMS Softball Falls Short In SIJHSAA Third Place Game, Finish In Fourth Place Overall

October 11, 2021

By Anthony Jones A great season by Triad Middle School’s softball squad came to an end this past week as they competed in the SIJHSAA State Finals. Prior to the games in the semifinal round and third place game, the squad had a dominant postseason. Dating back to September 22, the team won their Regional…

Triad Middle School Crusaders Bring Home SIJHSAA Baseball State Championship

October 11, 2021

By Anthony Jones Triad Middle School athletics saw a great deal of success this past week as they brought home a pair of SIJHSAA trophies in baseball and softball. The baseball team finished as state champions, following a back and forth affair with the Marion Wildcats. Their state championship game win was a continuation of…

Illinois Education Association (IEA) Intervenes In Edwardsville-Triad Lawsuit; Seeks Enforcement Of Mandates For Masks, Vaccines, Testing

October 9, 2021

Today, the unions representing teachers and support staff in the Edwardsville and Triad school districts filed a motion to intervene in a Madison County lawsuit in an effort to protect the safety of the workplaces and the health and lives of students and employees by keeping the governor’s vaccine-or-test order in place. In late September,…

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