It’s been 14 months in the making, but thanks to the work of a festival ordinance subcommittee, the Galesburg Liquor Advisory Commission has sent its proposed liquor ordinance addition onto legal counsel.
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A community organization created after the death of Javon Butler is struggling to keep it’s membership up.
A rural Knox County resident faces felony charges for allegedly having sexual contact with a young girl over the last number of years.
Medical cannabis could soon be allowed in Galesburg, but few insights were gained during Monday night’s City Council meeting.
Galesburg residents could soon be noticing more sidewalk seating around town.
During last night’s Galesburg City Council meeting, aldermen considered an ordinance amendment that would allow for the sale and consumption of alcohol on the city’s sidewalks.
All that was known was the Galesburg Public Library was approved as a carryover project for a possible state library grant.
Josh Eiker will be a junior at Galesburg High School. He’s having a busy summer due to being one of the top sprinters in the country.
Josh Eiker placed 2nd in the 200 meters and 4th in the 100 at the Class AA IHSA State Track & Field meet. He broke the Class AA record in the 200 in the semifinals. That time qualified him to compete in the USATF Junior Nationals in Eugene, Oregon this weekend. He has since won his age group at the Illinois Junior Olympic meet in both the 100 and 200, breaking the state 200 record and setting a new Galesburg High School record in the 100. Josh and Streaks head track coach Craig Hillier joined us on the WGIL Morning News.
District 205 officials have decided to take a matter to the full school board regarding the instillation of a television and sound system in the new Athletic Facility cardio room.