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Monday, March 19, 2018
A recent report that found despite increases in its sales tax rate, the City of Carbondale is not bringing in additional revenue has sparked a debate about where the additional money is going.
The streets of Carbondale will spring to life when the sky goes dark this summer.
Jarrod Echols knows how to protect someone important.
A collaboration between the Carbondale Chamber of Commerce and Southern Illinois University has produced “This is Carbondale,” a 136-page book commemorating the college town’s community atmosphere.
The Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at Southern Illinois University Carbondale will celebrate its 20th anniversary on May 4.