County will ask for an extension
Much of Tuesday morning’s Massac County commissioners’ meeting was devoted to the 27-page report of violations from the Illinois Department of Labor’s (IDOL) Safety Inspection that was completed in...
Unit One approves bid for site work
Board Chairman Donnie Koch welcomed a new board member and the new Massac Unit One Superintendent at Monday night’s board meeting as it was Superintendent Dennis Smith’s first official board meetin...
County to purchase former Pepsi plant
Massac County will soon own of the Regional Office of Education’s (ROE) Crisp Building, located at 1102 W. 10th St. after a motion came during Monday morning’s commissioners meeting to purchase the...
No new Honeywell, USW contract yet
Staff Report At Monday evening’s bargaining session, Honeywell and United Steel Worker’s Local 7-669 continued to exchange proposals on a range of topics, including benefits, seniority and subcontr...
Refinancing bonds will save city
Imagine being able to refinance your mortgage to the tune of saving just under $1.25 million and having it paid off in 10 years. That’s what the Metropolis City Council did Monday night when it una...
Holland continues military signs
Chances are, if people have driven the streets of Metropolis, they have probably noticed the yellow ribbon military signs that hang from the telephone poles. The late Ray Vaughn, a long-time member...
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