The Abingdon Historical Society dedicated its “Garden of Heroes” yesterday.
The multi-year project of the Project Dog Park group became a reality yesterday, with the opening of the Connie Nott Canine Area at Inbinder Park on Carl Sandburg Drive.
Galesburg police initially said yesterday morning there was no accident involving a man and a train, and as it turns out, that’s partially true.
Authorities say it may have been a prior train that struck a man instead.
The intention is to keep operations continuing as normal at Sandburg Mall in Galesburg.
It’s been a year long process and it’s technically not even close to complete. But a survey put together by the Galesburg Youth Commission is finally available on the City of Galesburg’s website.
The Knox County Board of Health Thursday night accepted the resignation of Administrator Heidi Britton.
A Galesburg man will be serving the better part of at least a decade in prison after pleading guilty yesterday to sexual assault of a young girl.
Leaders from area groups and communities say they continue to back a proposed expansion of US 34 into a four-lane highway from Monmouth to Burlington.
This weekend is for the dogs, or at least that’s what Melissa Powell of Project Dog Park hopes.