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New Boeing Facility To Be Built At MidAmerica Airport Boeing to Produce U.S. Navy’s First Carrier-Based Unmanned Aircraft 

September 17, 2021

By Pam Rensing Herald Publications “That the world’s largest aerospace company would double down on Illinois is a testament to our unparalleled assets in the transportation and logistics sector and the world-class talent of our people,” Gov. JB Pritzker stated during a news conference at MidAmerica Airport on Friday, Sept. 17.  The governor was joined…

Madison County To Start Holding Household Hazardous Waste Drop-offs

September 16, 2021

Madison County to start holding free, household hazardous waste (HHW) drop-offs twice a month starting in November. The County Board approved a resolution Wednesday night allowing the county to enter into an intergovernmental agreement with the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency to establish a permanent HHW collection facility in Wood River. “I think this is an…

Italy: Up Close And Personal Open At Collinsville Library

September 16, 2021

By Stephanie Malench smalench@timestribunenews.com This year’s Italian Fest exhibit, “ITALY: Up Close & Personal” is on display now through October 15  at the Collinsville Memorial Library on the main level by the circulation desk. The exhibit introduces viewers to the world of trekking, and was designed to go along with this year’s film, the documentary…

Job Fair At Gateway Convention Center September 22

September 16, 2021

The 31st annual Jobs Plus Regional Job Fair is set to take place next week. The free event, sponsored by Madison and St. Clair Counties, will run from 9 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, Sept. 22 at Gateway Convention Center, 1 Gateway Drive, Collinsville. Madison County Director of Employment and Training Tony Fuhrmann said there…

Troy’s Firebird Club Cruises To Kicks On 66 Car Show

September 15, 2021

By Charlie Feldman cfeldman@timestribunenews.com Kicks on 66, held Saturday, September 11 at the American Legion Golf Course in Edwardsville, had something for everybody. There was the 9/11 20th anniversary memorial service with area police officers and firefighters taking part. After that was the cruise of classic cars down Illinois Route 157 to Hotshots Sports Bar…

Highland Denies Special Use Permit For Second Time This Year

September 15, 2021

By Stephanie Malench smalench@timestribunenews.com The Highland City Council  met on September 7 because of the Labor Day holiday. For the second time this year, the council followed the recommendation of the Zoning Board and rejected a separate statement of finding of fact that would have allowed  Miles Maggio to apply for a special use permit…

Mueller-Jones Steps Down From County Board

September 15, 2021

By Stephanie Malench Heather Mueller-Jones (R-Maryville) announced via email to County Board Chairman Kurt Prenzler on September 7 that she would be resigning from the Madison County Board effective September 14 in order to focus on her job and children. After seeing through some of the projects her late husband Clint Jones had started as…

Madison County Will No Longer Operate Museum And Archival Library

September 13, 2021

Officials will vote Wednesday night to dissolve its 97-year relationship with the Madison County Historical Museum and Archival Library. The Finance Committee will hold a special meeting prior to the County Board meeting to discuss a resolution terminating the lease for the museum and granting the Madison County Historical Society $300,000. Chairman Kurt Prenzler said…

Supervisor Derrick Cox Reflects On First 100 Days In Office

September 10, 2021

By Stephanie Malench smalench@timestribunenews.com On April 6, the voters of Collinsville township, which includes all of Collinsville, Maryville, parts of Glen Carbon and the unincorporated areas surrounding this municipalities elected Derrick Cox and four new trustees. The platform Cox ran on was more services, lower taxes, and transparency on how tax money is spent. Cox…

Madison County Health Officials Discuss COVID-19 Monoclonal Antibody Treatment At Committee

September 10, 2021

Madison County health officials want the public to know that there is a treatment for those who test positive for COVID-19 and it decreases hospitalization and death from the disease. Chairman Kurt Prenzler said on Tuesday the Madison County Health Advisory Committee discussed monoclonal antibody infusion following Missouri’s rollout of the treatment last week. “It’s…

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