A Monmouth restaurant that quickly became known for some of the gourmet and unusual food pairings it offered is closing its doors after a little more than a year in business.
Although applications have not even been accepted by the state of Illinois, one company is making efforts to educate the public about medical cannabis.
Governor Pat Quinn has signed a bill that means extensive road and bridge work in the immediate area.
A developer that is seeking to construct a hotel on East Main Street in Galesburg will have to wait an additional two weeks for some perks.
Aldermen knew it wasn’t going to be a popular topic with residents, but something had to be done about the clutter at Abingdon Cemetery.
For the first time in about 20 years the City of Knoxville has changed the parking fines and added ordinance violations to their ticket books.
A Missouri man found on the railroad tracks in Galesburg last month, allegedly because he was drunk, will stand trial on charges accusing him of stealing the liquor that caused him to be on the tracks.
A recent audit into the finances of the Knox County Regional Office of Education turns up a finding it made the last time an audit was conducted.
The Illinois Auditor General’s Fiscal Year 2013 audit into the local R.O.E. finds that there are not sufficient internal financial controls in order to adhere with generally accepted accounting principles — especially as it relates to grant activity.