A central Illinois man who was caught with hundreds of grams of marijuana and other drugs at the Galesburg Amtrak depot about a month ago has pleaded not guilty.
Amendments to the District 205 budget were recommended for display during this week’s Galesburg School Board meeting.
A Galesburg teenager facing felony weapons charges for his alleged role in a shooting death last December won’t officially be going to trial this month.
The Knox County Building Committee continues to work on projects affecting the County’s Nursing Home.
Have you ever stopped and thought about the origin of the works you use in everyday conversations?
Phrases like “That’s so Gay”, or “Low man on the totem pole” are thrown around without any thought, but when the phrases where originally created they were used as a way to demoralize a race, religion or someone’s sexual orientation.
ROCK ISLAND, Ill. (AP) — Four jurors have been chosen to serve in the murder trial of a man accused of killing eight people in 2008.
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.