Local Government

Oswald sworn in as Carlinville’s acting mayor

Posted Thursday, Oct. 22, at 7:10 p.m. By CHRISTOPHER BEST Enquirer~Democrat contributor Following the Oct. 20 passing […]

Governor promotes census two weeks from deadline

Posted Friday, Sept. 18, 2020 at 6 p.m. New developments in federal court case to extend deadline […]

Council member fills vacancy in Ward 2

By:CHRISTOPHER BEST Enquirer~Democrat contributor CityCouncil KimHarber.JPG Kim Harber, left, is sworn in as an alderman for Ward […]

New Board member sworn in

By: DANIEL WINNINGHAM Enquirer~Democrat managing editor Photo caption Judge Ken Deihl, left, swears in new County Board […]

MADD, IDOT, ISP, local police team up for

The Illinois Department of Transportation shares a common goal with Mothers Against Drunk Driving and Illinois law […]

Local governments to receive infrastructure funding

Local governments will reap the benefits of a $250 million grant program that allows them to invest […]

Alluvial lawsuit: Judge denies city’s motion to stay

Posted Tuesday, Aug. 4, at 3 p.m. To grant would set ‘staggering precedent’ By: DANIEL WINNINGHAM Enquirer~Democrat […]

Governor announces new youth sports guidelines

By JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois The state on Wednesday released new guidelines for youth and recreational […]

City files motion to stay in alluvial lawsuit

By: DANIEL WINNINGHAM Enquirer~Democrat managing editor Earlier this month, Judge April Troemper ruled against the city of […]

Bourne announces $250,000 grant for Carlinville

In a press release earlier this month, State Representative Avery Bourne (R-Morrisonville) announced the approval of a […]