The City Council, last night, shared some final considerations before adopting the proposal to make the two designations a legal use under City zoning ordinances.
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.
After months of planning, an agreement between a new economic development partnership and the City of Galesburg is ready to be adopted.
Superheroes die all the time, but Archie isn’t one of them.
Nevertheless, some controversy was drawn this past week when in the most recent edition of the “Life with Archie” comic series, the comic book icon was shot and killed defending his friend Kevin Keller, a gay Senator, and proponent of gun control.