In the past the City of Galesburg was able to adjust a resident’s water bill if they has a problem that caused some of their water to leak into the sewage lines.
Pork was on the minds of many during the opening day of the Knox County Fair.
And that was a good thing, because there was plenty of pork for people to chose from, from chops to bacon.
Employees of Knox County that aren’t represented by a union have been recommended for proportional raises.
Those employees were initially given a one percent raise – described as the figure the County initially brought to the union during this year’s negotiations.
The Knox County Raffle Ordinance has been recommended for amendments.
The County’s Finance Committee said last night they want to allow for Poker Runs – a process that was made legal by Governor Pat Quinn earlier this month.
The Knox County Jail will be trying a bit of an experiment next week.
The Galesburg Education Association is hoping current contract negotiations can be resolved before their previous contract expires.
According to a news release from the City of Galesburg, an energy supplier has been soliciting Galesburg residents and small businesses.
A Connecticut man can stand trial on charges of Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse stemming from an incident late last month involving a 14-year-old girl.
Bond has been set for the last of two people charged so far in connection with a fire last week that investigators believe was caused by the making of methamphetamine.