Heavy rains caused more than just some flooding in the region.
PEORIA, Ill. (AP) — Events were planned Thursday across Illinois to mark the thirteenth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.
Members of the College Republicans at Bradley University in Peoria planned to put up about 3,000 flags in memory of the victims in front of Bradley Hall. The flags are to remain through Friday.
Gov. Pat Quinn was to unveil a “Portraits of a Soldier” exhibit at the University of Illinois-Chicago campus, his office said. His challenger in the governor’s race, GOP candidate Bruce Rauner, planned to attend a ceremony in the morning at Lockport City Hall, his campaign said.
Two 9/11 survivors were to attend a ceremony at the Union League Club in downtown Chicago. And municipalities planned their own observances in places like Evanston and Naperville.
In Galesburg, a ceremony will be held at the Galesburg VFW post starting at 9:11am. Tell us your memories of 9/11 HERE.
Data and other comparables were noticed by the Galesburg School Board, Monday night.
It’s not necessarily being reported in Knox County just yet, and it’s as close to Galesburg as Quincy, so the Knox County Health Department is urging residents to be prepare.
ATKINSON, Ill. (AP) — Illinois State Police officials are re-interviewing people who were questioned 40 years ago about the strangulation death of a 16-year-old western Illinois girl.
Members of the Galesburg Community Relations Commission met for the first time in two months last night and talked about the future.
The 2014/15 fiscal year budget was approved by the Galesburg School Board last night, but there is still work to be done.