A renewable fertilizer plant may soon be up and running after a developer desired to partner with the City of Monmouth.
The State of Illinois is once again touting numbers that suggest unemployment rates in the immediate area are once again dropping, but a further look into the numbers indicates the labor force here is also dropping.
It’s not easy running a not-for-profit, especially when the economic climate is not so hot.
After seven years as head of the ROWVA School District Superintendent Lloyd Little is retiring at the end of the school year.
Improvements to a Galesburg park can now officially get underway.
The unveiling of the new Carl Sandburg Statue and its welcome to its temporary home was a time not to celebrate one artist, but two.
That’s according to Sandburg Historic Site Association president Barry Swanson, who told a ceremony at the former Ameren building yesterday he feels the honoring of Galesburg’s native son is something the entire community should embrace.