POSTED 7pm 4/7/14 The Galesburg School Board tonight decided to take no action on whether to change course regarding building a new Silas Willard Elementary School; meaning, construction planning will go forward as is.
The lack of action was taken after board members, residents, and parents of Silas students discussed the matter at length.
A decision on whether or not to continue service with Kewanee based Bock Incorporated is still up in the air.
Knoxville aldermen are considering several options for the operation of their water and sewer treatment plant, including biding out a new contract or moving the operation in-house.
Early last week hosted the deadline for the open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act.
In an effort to celebrate a 100 years of rotary in Galesburg, the local rotary clubs wanted to enhance Rotary Park.
The board has called a special session tonight that will have a closed-door session to discuss private meeting minutes, but they will later convene into open session to talk about Silas Willard Elementary School.
A Galesburg man faces a number of charges, and was injured after his car crashed late Friday night in rural Warren County. Illinois State Police based in Macomb say the crash happened around quarter to midnight Friday night one mile west of Cameron in Warren County.
Galesburg Police reports indicate officers and a K-9 unit went to the station March 28th for what they call a criminal interdiction, and after several questions were posed, the K-9 entered the train and searched.