Julie N. Duggins, 23 of Florissant, Missouri, charged with Driving While Suspended. 200 block of North Jefferson Street.
Community News For Millstadt, IL
Hard work and warm weather can lead to dangerous health conditions. As our muscles work, they generate heat. The warmer the air temperature is, the harder our body has to work to stay at a normal temperature. When our bodies can’t keep up, we experience heat exhaustion, and in more severe cases, heat stroke.
Stop and think before grabbing a bottle of pesticide to control garden pests. That’s the message University of Illinois Extension educator Martha Smith wants to convey to gardeners this season.
6/26 – 8:00 p.m. – A Millstadt Officer was advised to be on the lookout for a hit and run traffic crash suspect. The crash occurred on Frank Scott Parkway and 11th Street. The Millstadt Officer observed the vehicle, and stopped it in the 400 block of South Illinois Street. The Sheriff’s Department responded to […]
6/21 – 11:53 a.m. – Police received a 9-1-1 call, in reference to a vehicle driving recklessly towards town, on State Route 163. The caller also advised it appeared a female was attempting to jump out of the vehicle. The caller continued to follow the vehicle until it stopped in the Parkview Manor Subdivision. The […]
The Millstadt Civic Club is holding a non-food item collection to benefit the Millstadt Food Pantry. Drop off items at 1st National Bank of Waterloo, the Community Center, or Scott Credit Union through June 30. Please help us make a difference in our community!
6/17 – Police took a burglary to business report, at the car wash on East Washington Street. The burglary occurred that day, sometime between 7:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Anyone who saw anything suspicious is asked to contact the police department.
6/16 – 1:30 p.m. – Police received a complaint of a vehicle driving recklessly. The suspect vehicle was located at Circle K. Terrence J. Bailey Jr., 31 of Freeburg, was charged with Driving While Revoked.
Robert E. Whaley Jr., 28 of Belleville, charged with Driving While Suspended. 100 block of East Washington Street.
Who knew your kitchen scraps could turn into a bountiful garden to enjoy again? Skip the compost bucket or garbage can, and re-grow your leftover veggies and fruits this winter for beautiful houseplants and garden additions. “Kitchen scrap gardening is a great way to reinforce the concepts of recycling and reusing while experimenting with leftover plant parts to regrow,” said Brittnay Haag, University of Illinois Extension horticulture educator.