Across the country, churches celebrated the National Day of Prayer–the first Thursday in May brings together people of faith to pray on ten different issues from schools to military to family.
Knox College President Teresa Amott says the college is trying to be as responsible as it can be, while the U.S. Department of Education investigates a potential violation of the Title IX law.
Veteran’s groups are trying to mobilize people to assist them on Memorial Day this year.
Several organizations, including the: American Legion, VFW, and other clubs will be placing flags on the graves of former service men and women.
Trip on some Amtrak routes, if you’ll pardon the expression, could soon get a little “ruff.”
The Knox County Health Department will once again be offering health services to individuals who may not otherwise receive it.
Ridership on local Amtrak routes isn’t as high as it has been, but there’s one obvious reason for it.
Amtrak Government Relations Director Derrick James says ridership in the Chicago-to-Quincy corridor which makes stops daily in Galesburg, is down about seven percent for the first half of the current fiscal year — lower than declines seen nationwide averaging around two percent.
The family of a missing Fulton County man is still looking for answers and is now offering a financial reward for new information.
Hard work has paid off for Galesburg High School’s multimedia production students.
The school has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Midwest Technical Institute.
The Knoxville School Board promised residents that if they were to construct a new high school, residents would not be footing the bill.