A request for a waiver of part of city ordinance connected to the development of the new Casey’s General Store at Seminary Street and Carl Sandburg Drive has been denied.
Strong to severe thunderstorms moved through the region once again yesterday, but much like the first round, they didn’t provide many problems, if any, in Galesburg.
The National Weather Service doesn’t have any storm reports for the immediate area, but storm spotters did tell forecasters that roughly one-and-a-third inches of rain fell in town in just three hours yesterday evening.
Members of the Galesburg School Board approved a resolution last night allowing for the sale of Cooke Elementary.
The school was recently recommended for closure during this year’s budget talks – something that caused community discussions in both the City and area non-profits.
For the past 13 months the Galesburg Liquor Advisory Commission has been working on creating a festival ordinance for the City of Galesburg.
ROCK ISLAND, Ill. (AP) — No jurors were chosen during the first day of selection in the western Illinois trial of a man charged in four killings in 2008 that police say were part of a two-state killing spree.
A service that has typically been provided through Henderson County will be changing hands in the near future.
Under current law, state employees have the right to request paid time off to donate blood and blood platelets.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) — A drop in Ameren Illinois rates has some communities reconsidering where they get their electricity.