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The Carbondale Park District is set to unveil the final designs for the Super Splash Park
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The Illinois Kids Count 2014 report is out, and it continues to show a gap in the availability of social services for children all over the state.
Another major government labor union has endorsed state Senator Kirk Dillard for Illinois governor.
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn is offering $45 million dollars in state funding to help communities recover from November's deadly tornadoes.
The City of Carbondale will look at raising taxes to help offset a nearly one-million dollar projected short-fall in its 2015 general budget.
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