Mother Nature gave many Galesburg residents one and maybe more wake-up calls overnight, but the weather didn’t cause the problems here it did in other parts of the state.
A Galesburg man has officially been charged with multiple counts for allegedly leaving the scene of an accident involving death.
The Galesburg School Board will go back to the drawing board to figure out how to sell Cooke Elementary School.
That’s because the board this afternoon voted to reject both of the bids received for the just-closed facility: one from West Central Community Services Head Start for $200,000, and one from the Galesburg Rescue Mission for just over$279,000.
The City of Galesburg made several vehicle purchases last night that hope to replace an aging city fleet.
A building located at 106 South Main Street in Abingdon has caught the attention of City officials.
During last night’s Galesburg City Council meeting, aldermen unanimously approved $22,000 to the company. The City of Galesburg allocates $50,000 on an annual basis for job training incentives.
The Knox County Sheriff’s Department is warning residents about a possible scheme to steal identities.
Knoxville Mayor Bob Johnson says the City is in decent shape and is projecting the fiscal year 2015 budget will be in the black.