Finding potholes on the road is not uncommon, especially after winter.
A program run through the Knox County YMCA, and supported by District 205 and the Galesburg Community Foundation, is working to help Galesburg youth in a number of different ways.
Students may be switching schools if a discussion leads to a proposal by the Galesburg Board of Education.
During tonight’s school board meeting, instituting grade centers will be discussed as a way to save on costs.
The Galesburg Area Convention and Visitors Bureau took a trip to Springfield to lobby elected representatives on tourism.
The State of Illinois collects a six percent lodging tax which is then allocated – Galesburg is among the beneficiaries.
The Galesburg Chapter of the NAACP held a round-table Saturday to compile question from parents and guardians regarding Cooke’s closing.
The search for a missing Bernadotte man that began two weeks ago is now officially over.
The Fulton County Sheriff’s Department has confirmed the body of 66 year old Floyd Belless was found about 100 yards away from where he was last seen in Bernadotte.
They called it a “snow breaking” since the ground wasn’t clearly visible, but Black Hawk College was still able to accomplish their mission.
Knox County Circuit Court Judge Scott Shipplett Friday sentenced 26-year-old Kai Lefler to 50 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections, 5 years for Possession of a Weapon by a Felon, and 4 years for Attempted Burglary.
The information was initially brought forward, though kept under wraps, along with a proposal to suspend the City of Galesburg’s landscaping ordinance by Sixth Ward Alderman Wayne Allen during this week’s City Council meeting.