The core aspect of Galesburg’s annual celebration of a major local industry is…well…picking up steam, quite literally.
The saying “everything old is new again” might just apply to parts of the 37th annual Railroad Days in Galesburg this weekend.
FIRST REPORTED 3pm 6/25/14 Construction has begun on a new facility that may improve performance for Ameren customers.
One closure is already underway, but by the time Galesburg’s Railroad Days gets into full swing this weekend, traveling through downtown Galesburg will once again be difficult, but this time in a different way.
The Romano building in Monmouth will likely be torn down after a decision by the Monmouth City Council last night.
A program designed to provide free lunches and increase revenue was voted down by the Galesburg School Board, Monday night.
The Galesburg School Board continues to search for potential buyers for a local elementary school.
FIRST REPORTED 5pm 6/23/14 It took them all of three hours to decide, but the Galesburg City Council now has four main areas they want administration to work on when crafting a budget for the coming calendar/fiscal year.
Aldermen held the first of what will be many budget work sessions between now and the end of the fiscal year in December Monday afternoon.