The issue of six days lost on the Galesburg School District Calendar due to the now-resolved teachers strike was the subject of a vast majority of questions at a forum last night involving the Galesburg Education Association, the District-205 administration, and the Galesburg NAACP chapter.
As the second round of insurance enrollment starts for the Affordable Care Act, the Knox County Health Department prepares not just to continue to help sign people up, but also to help people understand their benefits.
The NAACP Galesburg Chapter Thursday hosted a forum involving the Galesburg School District and the Galesburg Education Association, addressing issues that arose following the two-week teachers strike at the beginning of the school year.
A meeting held with state representatives and the Transportation for Illinois Coalition caught the attention of Knox County Engineer Duane Ratermann.
A policy that’s been in place at Monmouth-Roseville high school could be either changed or completely removed.