The head of an organization with strong ties to Galesburg is, you might say, taking no comfort in the death of the founder of a church that in a way helped them grow.
Tonight the Galesburg Peacekeepers will meet to continue their work on ways to improve Galesburg and help it’s youth.
This time, the meeting will be at the former Carver Center, at 424 Depot Street.
Some of the Galesburg High School Silver Streaks spring sports were hoping to do at least some work at home this season despite ongoing Master Facilities Plan work, but that’s looking more and more to be not the case.
It was already known that the GHS track team wouldn’t be at home this year because of ongoing construction of the new football and track fields, but GHS Athletic Director Ralph Henning says even practice is a problem because of the harsh winter we’ve had.
A lack of state funding and the closing of prisons in Illinois is beginning to have an affect on Henry Hill Correctional Center.
The Galesburg Area Chamber of Commerce decided to take a stance on an item being promoted by Governor Pat Quinn.
Officials with U.S. District Court in Peoria say a judge sentenced 45-year-old Sandra Genisio yesterday to 18 months in prison starting May 27th. Until that time, she remains free on bond.
A Galesburg man will be going to prison for the better part of two decades for a robbery committed almost two years ago.