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Checking local police reports provided to Z-1570, Alton Police arrested 40 year old Paul Lara of the 3000 block of Mayfield in Alton for aggravated home repair fraud and theft over $500.
A local group has formed to help bring Rock Spring Park in Alton back to life. While the golf course remains active and Christmas Wonderland brings in thousands of people during the winter, there is a desire to update the park so more residents will enjoy it year round.
Shortly after 5 p.m., Christina Marie Martinez, 27, was driving a 2000 Chevrolet Equinox east on Broadway, when the vehicle left the roadway and struck a concrete barricade adjacent to the ConAgra facility west of State Street in Alton, according to Madison County Coroner Stephen Nonn.
East Alton police are looking for your help in identifying the men who robbed a gas station at gunpoint Saturday evening.
An Alton High School student is being treated in an area hospital for a possible drug overdose after being found unresponsive on the floor of one of the school's restrooms Wednesday.
On March 3, 2014 at approximately 10:01 p.m., the South Roxana Police Department responded to a reckless driving complaint at Midwest Bio Diesel Plant in South Roxana, a release from the South Roxana PD said.
A 28-year-old man is dead and two others are injured after a rollover crash early Saturday morning near the intersection of Homer Adams and Seminary Road.
Pride, Incorporated, held its annual dinner and meeting on Thursday and honored several local groups, businesses, and individuals for beautification efforts.
Alton is hoping to use a pair of grants to repair some aging park facilities. The city is applying for a $2.5-million grant through the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, and another $111,000 grant through Madison County.
A break-in at a 130-year-old Alton landmark is adding work to upcoming renovation plans.