Thank you for visiting, celebrating over five years of serving our community, August 2006 - July 2012
Please come back soon - Last updated July 22, 2012
Happy July Granite City!

We know!  We know!  It's hot as blazes and there doesn't seem to be any sign of relief any time soon, but
don't let that stop you from joining in on all the great activities going on this month.

First off, it's time for the Annual Patriots In The Park Celebration in Wilson Park, click the banner
below to check out all the events that are scheduled, for carnival times and prices, and any and all information
about this Granite City tradition.

This month's Melting Pot Market will be held Saturday, July 14 in downtown's Civic Park.
The market is a great place to pick up some locally grown veggies, to grab a bite to eat and to
stroll through the many vendors displaying their wares.  See you there!

It's Vacation Bible School time - scroll to see what churches will be holding theirs this month.
July is taco time at the Eagle's, and so much more!  Please welcome our newest sponsor by clicking on their
advertisement...Welcome Demand Remodeling!  It's summertime in Granite City!
2127 Illinois Avenue - Butch & Christine Tappel
1733 Primrose Avenue - Tammy & T.J. Davis
43 Villa Drive - Sharon & George Gordon
2215 Lincoln Avenue - Jeff Wallace & Todd Angle
2319 Emert Street - Dana Gergen
2531 Pontoon Road - Donald Thompson
2128 Woodlawn Avenue - Larry & Evelyn Harris
3438 Colgate Place - Mary Anna Kaminski
3436 Colgate Place - Karen McIlroy
2611 Matthew Court - Lew & Lois Glasgow
2508 Cleveland Boulevard - Vicki & John Royce
2637 Jason Drive - Debi & Paul Batson
2425 Adams - Nancy Bazzell
2824 Washington - Jennifer Cox
2534 State Street - Beth & Phil Kindle
105 Troeckler Lane - Charlie and Joyce Alexander
2103 Benton - Darlene Gavin
2200 St. Clair Avenue - Judy & Jim Bucatch
Pontoon Beach Residents Fighting to
Keep the Morrison Road Railroad Crossing Open
Click here to read County Board Member, District 16
Helen Hawkin's Letter regarding the closing.
Read responses to Mrs. Hawkin's effort from
Wesley J. Lujan, Union Pacific Railroad
and Michael E. Stead, Illinois Commerce Commission /
Railroad Safety