The City of Knoxville is considering severing ties with their current water and sewer operator.
In 2009 Bock Incorporated was hired to operate both the water and sewer department, but the contract between the two parties, according to Alderman Toby Myers is too vague and full of gray areas.
It seems the residents of Illinois just can’t catch a break.
Between the hot, dry summer, the overly wet spring and the extremely cold winter, it’s no surprise Illinois is seeing a propane shortage.
The Galesburg City Council Monday will likely change the way the city responds to false fire alarms, after some initial changes years ago.
Aldermen will vote on whether or not to charge $50s for the false fire alarm firefighters are called to at any one location, and $150 for every false alarm after that.
Knoxville School District 202 sent students home around 11:30 Monday morning after administration got word of a bomb threat in Knoxville High School.
Superintendent Steve Wilder says the threat was extremely vague, but the district didn’t want to risk the safety of students and made the decision to not just evacuate the high school but the entire district.
A Republican candidate for Governor in the March primary election says he wants to help Galesburg and the state build on some of its important strengths if elected.
State Senator Kirk Dillard campaigned in town Saturday despite the snow, speaking to a small group gathered at Spudo’s on North Henderson Street.