As the strike continues, many students who bank on school to get their meals for the day are left with little options.
The Galesburg Education Association showed up an hour before the District 205 Board of Education meeting, lining Harrison Street in silence.
According to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Community Health Systems, Inc. confirmed that its computer network was targeted by cyber criminals in April and June of this year.
While a teacher’s strike in Galesburg enters a new week, several people are hoping to provide food to students who may need it.
The sale of up to $5-million in working cash bonds will be considered by the Galesburg school district tonight.
Traffic flow may be helped with a plan to allow right turns on red lights on a portion of East Main Street in Galesburg.