Galesburg Police are warning you that things could be a lot more spooky than Halloween would normally allow, if you have to spend part of the night in jail.
The news wasn’t as bad as members of the Galesburg Public Library Board of Trustees finance committee thought, but it also wasn’t the best news either.
A company that started at the Galesburg Sustainable Business Center is being recognized by the Illinois Clean Energy Fund with a $400,000 award.
A local lawmaker says as long as they’re serving, they will continue to try and repeal the Affordable Care Act. Problem is, however, not in getting legislation to a vote in the House.
After Tuesday’s election Lieutenant Governor Sheila Simon will either find herself with a new job title or out of a job completely.