Dec. 27, 2018 edition available

   The December 27, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Troy Tax Levy Increase Ok's Without Opposition, St. Jacob Board and Business Owner Resolve Water Issue, Marine Board Votes to Keep Hitching Post, County Board Votes to Postpone Raises for Non-Union Employees, Glen Carbon Board Accepts Letter of Resignation from Chris Guy, Triad Wrestlers Down Cahokia 45-35 in Dual Match, Hockey Team Splits Games; plus we have an editor's column about Metro East growth, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and lots more!
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Dec. 20, 2018 edition available

   The December 20, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Local Volunteers Keep the Spirit of Christmas Alive, Tri-Township Board Discusses Relocating Veterans Memorial, Triad School Board Approves Annual Tax Levy, EMTs Donate 32 Coats to Kids in Triad District, Triad Wrestling Team Wins Mascoutah Tourney, Lady Knights Slump as Losing Streak Grows; plus we have an editor's column about Metro East growth, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and lots more!
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Dec. 13, 2018 edition available

   The December 13, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Suggestion of Removing Historic Hitching Post Prompts Petition, St. Jacob Board Approves Wastewater Testing Contract, Maryville Trustees Vote 4-3 to Amend Waste Hauling Contract, Knights Muzzle Waterloo Bulldogs 75-47 in MVC Tilt, Triad Wrestlers Go 1-3 at Bloomington Quad Competition; plus we have an editor's column about Metro East growth, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and lots more!
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Dec. 6. 2018 edition available

   The December 6, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Taake To Coordinate Building/Zoning Department, Glen Carbon Sets Date For Special Service Area Hearing, Triad Schedules Truth in Taxation Hearing, Community Band Concert Helps Ring in the Season, Triad Second to Chatham Wrestling Invitational, Lady Knights Fall to Highland and CM in MVC Games; plus we have an editor's column about Metro East growth, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and lots more!
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Nov. 29, 2018 edition available

   The November 29, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Scout Collect 16,750 Pounds of Food for Pantry, Triad Schools Rank Among The Top On Illinois Report Card, Dumping Troubles Dominate Maryville Village Board Meeting, Marine Trustees Approve Tax Increase of 4.75 Percent, Madison County Budget Cuts $80,000 From Museum, Marine Heritage Museum to Host Open House December 1, Long-Time Zoning Official Keith Frey To Retire, Triad Goes 3-1 and Finishes Second in Stovetop Classic, Lady Knights Start MVC Action with 56-25 Win; plus we have an editor's column about fire safety, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and lots more!
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Nov. 22, 2018 edition available

    The November 22, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Search for Gas Pump Fraud Culprit Goes On, Communities Tackle First Major Snowfall of the Season, Triad Athlete Takes It To The National Stage, Glen Carbon Board Views Proposed Budget, Troy Community Band Concert to Feature Soloist Laura Dwyer, Community Events Fund Grows Despite 2018 Glenfest Losses; Lady Knights Third At Columbia Tip-Off Classic, Football Knights Place 16 On All-Conference Teams; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and lots more!
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Nov. 15, 2018 edition available

   The November 15, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Mural Honors Gaultney and Others Who Served in WWI, Ahlmeyer Makes History as First Female Officer; Service to Country is Focus of Veterans Day Events, Chris Guy to Leave Village Board, Library OKs 5 Levy Ordinances, Gulledge to Serve on Zoning Board of Appeals, Board Hears Concerns About Solar Farm Plan Near St. Jacob, Recreation District Comes to An End, Marine Resident Seeks Approval for Potential Solar Farms, Triad Places Six Players on All-MVC Tennis Team, Wrestling Expectations Soar With Numbers Up; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and lots more!
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Nov. 8, 2018 edition available

   The November 8, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Council OKs Use of $49,000 in TIF Funds, Proposed Triad Solar Array Project Could Bring Substantial Savings, Churches to Collect 'Shoebox Gifts' for Children, ExpressCare Construction Under Way, Filing Deadline Nears for April 2019 Election, Soccer Knights Land Eight On All-MVC Teams, Triad High School Winter Sports Schedule; plus we have an editor's column about Veterans Day, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and news about upcoming events.
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Nov. 1, 2018 edition available


   The November 1, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Troy to Observe Veterans Day on November 11, Glen Carbon Receives Positive Audit Report, Former Mayor Tom Caraker Was Committed to Troy Community, Costume Creation is Labor of Love for Students, General Election in Final Stretch as Voters Head to the Polls, Kowalski Moves On To State Cross Country Meet, Winter Sports Opens With Girls Cage Practice; ; plus we have an editor's column about volunteerism, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and news about upcoming events.
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October 25, 2018 edition available

    The October 25, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Maryville Centennial Memorial Rededicated, County Dems Protest Mileage Tax Vote as Politically Motivated, Software Contract Stalemate in St. Jacob Worries Trustees, Aging Culvert Gets Close-Up Inspection from Mayor, Maryville Actions Good News for Fire Department and Employees, Kiwanis Fall Festival Brings Firehouse-Style Fun; Triad Netters Tie for 11th at State Tournament, Triad XC Boys Win Regional Title; plus we have an editor's column about volunteerism, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and news about upcoming events.
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October 18, 2018 edition available

  The October 18, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
    Some of the headlines in this issue: Myers Resigns as Clerk for City of Troy, Glen Carbon Board Postpones Vote on Cell Tower Until Second Hearing. Value of Construction Projects in Troy Tops $14.63 Million, Triad Boys are MVC Champions; Knights Celebrate Homecoming with 28-14 Win, Lady Knights Repeat at Sectional Tennis Winners; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and news about upcoming events.
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

October 11, 2018 edition available

   The October 11, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Candidates Hope For the Best as General Election Draws Near, Residents Voice Concerns at Marine Village Board Meeting, Troy Mayor Named to Illinois Cybersecurity Task Force, Water Rates To Go Up in Maryville, Troy Library to Have Open Seat At April 2019 Election, Boys Golfers Third in Region, Lady Knights Win MVC Tennis Championship; plus we have an editor's column about National Newspaper Week, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and news about upcoming events.    
    Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

October 4, 2018 edition available

   The October 4 , 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Clubs Join With Pantry to Provide Circus Tickets, Plans For Keebler/162 Roundabout Unveiled, Troy Council Votes to Spend $245,066 to Solve Water Issues in Taylor Lakes, Maryville Museum Celebrates Grand Re-Opening, Event Will Help Send Holiday Cheer to Troops Overseas, Tax Districts Reach Goals Early and are Dissolved by Glen Carbon, Knights Beat Indians and Keep Playoff Alive, Triad Soccer Knights Go 3-2 at CYC Tournament; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
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Sept. 27, 2018 edition available

   The September 27, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.   
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Anderson Healthcare Embarks on Two Major Expansion Projects, Roundabout Plans to be On Public Display, Area Residents Take to the Skies at Balloon Festival, Kelly Miller Circus Returning to Troy, St. Jacob Dollar General Store May be Operating by December, Local Musician Paul Jarvis Master 200th Willie Nelson Song, Marine Officer Rushed to Hospital After Possible Exposure to Substance, County Board Eases Restrictions on Food Trucks Outside of Festivals, County Board Honors Hawkins and Thurau with Moment of Silence, Knights Fall to Bulldogs in 44-14 Conference Loss, Triad Golfers Third at MVC Boys Tournament; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and news about upcoming events.
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

Sept. 20, 2018 edition available

The September 20, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
Some of the headlines in this issue: Parish Renovation Project Under Way at Mother of Perpetual Help, Utility Substation Gets Troy Council's Approval, Glen Police to Get Instagram; Residents Voice Tower Concerns, Library Board Discusses Programming for Fall and Winter, Marine Board OK's Boxes to Encourage Squirrel Nesting; Local Chamber to Host Fall Community Expo; Triad Knights Victorious Over Bethalto Eagles, Soccer Team Battles for Mississippi Valley Conference Win; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

Sept. 13, 2018 edition available

   The September 13 , 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Schuette's Market Files for Bankruptcy, Maryville Approves Energy Study by Bluestem Energy Solutions, Fatal Crash on I-55/70 Claims Life of Troy Man, Two Others, Bradley Smith 5K Runners Tough It Out for a Good Cause, Native Plant Mulch Business Spreading Quickly, Triad Spikers Win Alton Tournament, Soccer Starts September With Winning Streak; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

Sept. 6, 2018 edition available

   The September 6, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Glen Carbon Shines Spotlight on Three Historical Landmarks, Narcan Grant Aids Local First Responders, Lions Club 'Spirit Bingo' Will Help Provide Leader Dog for Local Recipient, District Works To Comply With “Every Student Succeeds Act,” Collinsville Leaves Triad Still Looking for First Win, Soccer Knights Beat Warriors But Fall to Panters, Wrestlers Fund Raise for Collinsville Student Trip; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and news about upcoming events.
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

August 30, 2018 edition available

   The August 30, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available!
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Spring Valley Traffic Light Project To Start in 2019, Daiber: Enrollment Figure Flux Evens Out For Madison County Schools, New Car Seat Law Approved – Local Techs Available to Help, Triad Board Receives Security System Update, McCray Dewey Alumni Reunion – Story and Photos, Report Means Good News for Livestock Producers in Illinois, Soccer Knights Go 2-1 At Collinsville Tournament, Knights Fall to Green Wave in Season Opener; plus we have an editor's column about Labor Day, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and news about upcoming events.
    Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

August 23, 2018 edition available

  The August 23, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Troy Council OKs $77,618 in Water Plant Change Orders, CARD Votes to Put Dissolution Issue on Ballot, Deputy Fire Chief's Duties in Maryville Expanded, St. Jacob to Sign On With County's 'Code Red' System, Glen Carbon Residents Express Concerns About New Sign Ordinance, Marine Taking Steps to Fill in Pot Holes, Questions About as Triad Gridders Prep for 2018, Optimism Surrounds 2018 Triad Volleyball Team, Gold Knights Fifth in Madison County Tournament; plus we have an editor's column about driving safety, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

August 16, 2018 edition available

   The August 16, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Troy Sees Jump in New Businesses, Meet New Elementary School Principal Mike Speer, Maryville Caucus Looks at Equipment Purchases, Loans, Girl Golfers Look to Have Breakthrough Fall, Knights Search for Offensive Answers in 2018; plus we have an editor's column about Freedom of the Press, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and news about upcoming events.
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

August 9, 2018 edition available

   The August 9, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: A Piece of History Goes Up in Flames, Marine PD Requests New Tasers After Arrest, Maryville Approves Purchase of Police Interceptor, Kuckla Appointed chief of Police in St. Jacob, Aspen Creek Memory Care to Build Second Facility in Troy, Offical in Maryville Informs Residents of Aggregation Opt-Out Option, Troy Council Votes to Approve $93,833 Roofing Contract, Library to Offer New Technology for Patrons; Mobile Hotspots and CD Players Among Additions, Wysocki Earns More Mat Time for Boilermakers, Bombers Beat Tigers in MERBL AL Championship; plus we have an editor's column about overcoming our differences, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
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August 2, 2018 edition available

   The August 2, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available at local newsstands and in our office.
Some of the headlines in this issue: U.S. 40 to Be Restricted During Bridge Repair, New Lions Club Shed Takes Shape, Volunteer Honored for Many Decades of Service, Village Gets Ready for Glenfest, Buesching Pursues Hockey Dream With Junior Blues, Artichokes Bow Out of MERBL Tourney; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, and news about upcoming events.
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Simmons Joins Times-Tribune Staff

   July 25, 2018 --  Angela Simmons has joined the Troy Times-Tribune newsroom as a community reporter.
   For the past three years Simmons has worked as a reporter for the O'Fallon Weekly, where she has covered straight news, features, and more.
   Simmons graduated from UMSL with a BA in Sociology and spent a decade working in social services before taking some time off to stay home with her two young daughters, Skylar and Eden.
   From her experience in college, Simmons knew that she enjoyed writing for newspapers, she said, and is looking forward to putting her experience to good use at the Times-Tribune.
   In 2015, Simmons and her husband, Mike, moved their family to O'Fallon, where she joined the newspaper staff there and began providing coverage for O’Fallon, Shiloh and Lebanon.
   “I truly enjoy getting out in the community and writing, and I’m looking forward to exploring the great communities that the Times-Tribune serves. If you see me out at an event, please come and say ‘hello,’ and please let me know what events and news are important to you,” Simmons said.
Simmons will cover the village of Marine, Tri-Township Library, and  other assigned news and feature stories in the area, as well as helping out with other newsroom functions.
   "We're happy to have Angela on board," Times-Tribune Editor Steve Rensberry said. "Her experience with community journalism will be a real asset."
  Readers can reach her or leave a message by calling our main office number at 618-667-3111. Her newsroom email is: times.tribune.reporter2@gmail.com

July 18, 2018 edition available

   The July 18, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Veterans Memorial in Marine Nearly Complete, St. Jacob Trustees OK Appropriations Ordinance and Budget, Troy Officer Honored for 30 Years of Service, Marine Parade Goes On, Patient Advocate Helps Families Place Loved Ones in Good Hands, Richter Continues to Go the Distance for WIU, Maryville Tigers Stay Undefeated; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

July 11, 2018 edition available

   The July 11, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Troy Council Approves Agreement With Triad for Additional Officer, Silver Creek Rotary Club Adopts 2-Mile Stretch of Highway Along U.S. 40, Maryville and St. Jacob Prepare for Parades, Annual Celebrations, Maryville Board Approves Final Plat for Second Addition to the Villas at Remington, Sarhage Makes Mark for Loggers as a Freshman, Kayaking Day at Drost Park Makes a Big Splash; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

July 4, 2018 edition available

   The July 4, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Winding Rose Subdivsion Will Feature Unique Design, Storm Topples 260-Year-Old Tree, Glen Carbon Board Gives Green Light to Honorary New Holonyak Way Street Sign, Mersinger Continues To Slug for Greenville Panthers, Troy 1 Wins MERBLE Double-A Tournament; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

June 28, 2018 edition available

   The June 28, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Maryville Board Discusses CARD; Troy Man Faces Multiple Charges Involving Suspicious Death, Troy Read to Roll Out The Red, White and Blue for Fourth of July, Volunteers Make Program Go as Area Children Receive Food; Bassler Part of Stellar Year at Columbia College, Triad Girl Wins National Tumbling Championship; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

June 21, 2018 edition available

   The June 21, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: High Temperatures Scorch Region Just As Summer Begins, Old Glen Carbon Village Hall Gets National Recognition, Groups View for Space at Fourth of July Celebration, Troy City Council Approves Annual Prevailing Wage Act, Video Gaming Growth Mirrors Large Trend, Knights Earn 9 Berths On All-MVC Baseball Teams, Troy Spartans Win at 13U Chatham Tournament; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

June 14, 2018 edition available

  The June 14, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Mini Horses Pay A Visit to Tri-Township Library, Trustees in Marine Discuss Recycling Changes, Resident Says St. Jacob Needs Code Red Alert System, Transplant Recipient Ging Strong After 16 Years, Deficit Budget Last Year in Maryville Brings Surplus to Village, Triad Diamondment Finish Fourth at State Tourney, Lady Knights Land Nine on All-MVC Soccer Rolls, Caleb Elliot Remembered at Sign Dedication at Tri-Township Park; plus we have an editor's column about crosswalks, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more! 
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

June 7, 2018 edition available

 The June 7, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Troy Council Approves Sale of Seized House on Crossington, Summer Lunch Program Becomes Team Effort, Communities Prepare for Annual Celebrations, Community Band to Perform at Several Events During 2018, Baseball Knights State Bound After Win in Sauget, Triad Places Eight On All-MVC Softball Honor Roll; plus we have an editor's column about the upcoming Miners, Mobsters and the Mother Road Festival, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

May 31, 2018 edition available

  The May 31, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Veterans Urges People to Honor Those Who Died by Giving Back to Community, East Main Street Project in Maryville Progresses, Glen Mayor Thanks Residents in State of the Village Report, Estimated Valued of Construction in Troy Climbs to $8.59 Million, St. Louis Metro East/Shafer Field Selected for Award, Village of Maryville Sponsoring Economic Development Video Contest, Knights Claim Regional Title With 12-6 Victory, Waterloo Deals Lady Knights Fatal Playoff Loss; plus we have an editor's column about the upcoming Miners, Mobsters and the Mother Road Festival , our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

May 24, 2018 edition available

   The May 24, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.   
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Higher EAV Could Mean Lower Taxes, Pleasant Ridge Park to See Improvements, Triad Class of 2018 Celebrates Commencement, Council Approves Change to Zoning Ordinance, Troy Police Help Raise $13,250 for Special Olympics, Owner to Breathe New Life Into Service Station, Triad Boys Claim First Sectional Track Title, Lady Knights Claim Sole Possession of MVC Title; plus we have an editor's column about Illinois history, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

May 17, 2018 edition available


   The May 17, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
    Some of the headlines in this issue: Benefit to Help Young Boy With Cancer, Triad Show Boasts 1,700 Works of Art, CARD's Future May Be Decided At Ballot Box, Glen Carbon OKs $1.59 Million For Schon Park Phase II, Triad Sends 12 to Girls Class 2A State Track Meet, Triad's Unbeaten Streak Ends After 18-Plus Years; plus we have an editor's column about Illinois history, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

May 10, 2018 edition available

   The May 10, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Leaders Seek Unity at Annual Breakfast, New Deputy Fire Chief Position On Tap for Village of Maryville, Marine Board Makes Plans for Homecoming, Annual Maryville Prayer Dinner Draws Faithful for Fellowship, Troy City Council Amends Agreement with Glen Carbon, Library Board Grapples with High Elevator Costs, St. Jacob Board Approves Plat Change for Local Business.
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May 3, 2018 edition available

   The May 3, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Triad Accepts Bid of $129,827 to Repair School Tennis Courts, Glen Carbon Fills Public Works Spot With Flood Control Expert, Troy Lions Break Ground for New Storage Shed, Troy City Council Approves Annual Appointments, IDOT Forced to Cut $303 Million from FY18 Program, No-Hitter for Knights Highlights Week's Action, Triad Girls Track and Field Third at Madison County Meet; plus we have an editor's column about Illinois history, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots, lots more!
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April 26, 2018 edition available

   The April 26, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Maryville Considers New Marquee, St. Jacob Board Paves Way For Dollar General Store Construction, Marine Discusses Manhole Fix, Area Communities Plan Events for The National Day of Prayer, Troy Library Funds Maintenance Projects, Triad Diamondmen Win Three in Cape Showcase, Softball Team Goes 20-1 in Three-Game Stretch; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
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April 19, 2018 edition available

   The April 19, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Troy Budget Passes On Split Vote, Glen Board Hears Plan to Finance New Fire Station, Troy Finalizes Agreement with Dispatchers, Triad Team Earns 2nd Place at National Event Baseball Knights Go 2-1 in Last Week's Action, Troy Fire 14U Team Wins Memphis Tournament; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

April 12, 2018 edition available

   The April 12, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Rain Is No Strain on Farmers, Maryville Approves Use of Property On Schiber Court for Farmers Market, Area Home Construction Climbs Higher, Marine OKs 5-Yr Trash Contract, Lady Knights Win Third Game in a Row, Baseball Knights Split Two Recent Games; plus we have an editor's column about summer festivals, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
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April 5, 2018 edition available

   The April 5, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Velda Armes – First Woman Mayor of Troy – Passes Away at Age 80, Annexation and Finances Get City's Attention, Easter Weekend Market By Rain and Snowfall, Village Eyes Budget and Homecoming, Troy Foods: Serving Quality Products To Retail and Wholesale Customers Since 1944, ; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

March 29, 2018 edition available

   The March 29, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Spin City renamed 'Park Activity Center,' Farmer's Market Reaps Heavy Discussion at Board Meeting, Chamber Raises the Stakes at Annual Fundraiser, Three Earn Young Citizens of the Year Awards, Mental Health is Top Priority at ALPHA-Sponsored Fair, Marine Board Discusses 2018 Homecoming and Pothole Complaints; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

March 22, 2018 edition available

   The March 22, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Glen Carbon PD To Get Software Upgrade, Library to Provide Help for Residents Out of District, Construction Projects Move Forward, Troy Odd Fellows Are Link With Past, Soccer Girls Finish Tournament With 2-1-1 Slate, Lady Knights Fall to Lancers in Season Opener; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

March 15, 2018 edition available

   The March 15, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Troy Police and City Officials Take the Plunge in Support of Special Olympics, School Tax Initiative Discussed at Meeting, Maryville OKs Agreement with Troy Over Water, Marine Board Discusses Sign Placement and PEP Grant Request, St. Jacob Approves Appointment to Homecoming Committee, Triad Track and Field Performers Post 19 Top Tens at Meet, Lady, Twin Bridges Hockey Scores Three Championship Titles at Blue Note Cup; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

March 8, 2018 edition available

   The March 8, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Section of Illinois Route 143 May be Named in Honor of Larry Mills, Local Charity Approved for Nonprofit Status, Village Approves Site Plans for Office Park, School Safety Remains Priority, Troy Drug Arrest Nets Cocaine Valued at $800,000, Lady Knights Look to Garner Another State Title, Milano Wins at Sweetheart Competition in South County, Ice Hawks Teams Place First and Second in Blue Note Cup.; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
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March 1, 2018 edition available

   The March 1, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Triad Board Resolution Addresses Tax Initiative, Maryville OKs Bid for Water Main Project, Spring Concert Fills the Gym, City and Park Sign 20-Year Parking Lot Agreement, Marine Village Board Finalizes Contract With Republic Services, Knights Lose 63-41 T Comanches in Regional, Lady Knights' Season Seen as Learning Experience; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

February 22, 2018 edition available

   The February 22, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available!
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Village to Open bidding for Old Troy Road Project, Chamber Joins List of Groups Represented on Three 'Welcome to Troy' Signs, Reporter Norma Mendoza dies. Completion of Retail Project In Troy, Knights Win MVC Road Game Against CM Eagles, Stokes Finishes Fourth at State in Bowling; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
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February 15, 2018 edition available

   The February 15, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available!
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Police Car Purchases Among Maryville Board Actions, TMS Students Support Pantry With Food Drive, Marine Board Discusses Boys in Blue Chillin' & Grillin' event, Library Board Renews Popular Online Courses, Exchange Student From Ukraine Shares Experiences, Lady Knights Extend Season With Regional Win, Triad Bowlers Complete Season at Sectional; plus we have an editor's column, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

February 8, 2018 edition available

    The February 8, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available!
    Some of the headlines in this issue: City OKs $240,576 Bid For Water Main Work at Spring Valley/US 40, Maryville Charity Organization Makes Difference in Zambia, Social Media Scam Hits Area, Reporter Charlie Feldman Joins Staff at Times-Tribune, Podcast Aims to Boos Parental Involvement, Knights Light Up Scoreboad for Retro Game, Lady Knights Fall to Civic Memorial, Hardesty Retires from Coaching with Third in State; plus we have an editor's column the state's movie industry, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.

Feldman joins newspaper staff

     Reporter Charlie Feldman has joined the staff at the Troy Times-Tribune, bringing with him years of experience in community journalism and an extensive knowledge of the Metro East in general. 
   Feldman's experience includes previous work for the Edwardsville Intelligencer, Suburban Journals and the Southeast Missourian in Cape Girardeau.
   "I'm glad to be here," Feldman said. "I look forward to writing about Maryville and Glen Carbon. Especially the church and community news. Tell me what's happening."
  Feldman will be taking over much of the beat formerly covered by Reporter Norma Mendoza, who retired this past month, focusing on the communities of Maryville, Glen Carbon, Madison County in general, and just about anything else that needs covering, as well as assisting in various newsroom functions.
   He is a graduate of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville with bachelor's degrees in both print and broadcast journalism and earned his master's degree in theological studies from Northern Baptist Theological Seminary.
   The Times-Tribune welcomes Feldman to its staff, and is grateful to have someone with his experience to help keep our readers informed.
   To contact Charlie about what's happening, you can reach him by email at times.tribune.reporter@gmail.com, or by phone at 618-667-3111.

February 1, 2018 edition available

   The February 1, 2018 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available!
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Marine Police Make Several Drug-Related Arrests in January, Reconstruction of Old Troy Road Expected To Get Under Way This Year, Local Chamber of Commerce Launching Membership Campaign, “Pawsitive Reader” Program To Be Held Monthly at Library, Maryville Board Considers Annexations, Wrestlers Win 11th Straight Conference Title, Cold Streak Dooms Knights Against Mascoutah; plus we have an editor's column the state's movie industry, our “It Happened Here” history page, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and lots more!
   Subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.