A report which aims to better define the City of Galesburg’s goals in future years was approved by the City Council last night.
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The members of the Galesburg Regional Economic Development Association have, for the first time, officially learned of a city proposal to essentially revamp their economic development process.
The Galesburg Youth Commission has been working to compile a list of programs and organizations that offer programs for youth.
Commissioners would agree the City of Galesburg lacks youth related programs, but in order to better understand the needs of city youth, the commission wanted to hear about the youth crime statistics.
UPDATED 6:27pm Around 1:50pm Friday, a good portion of the Galesburg downtown area was hit with an unexpected power outage.
The Illinois Department of Employment Security says unemployment is down year-to-year, but month-to-month, it’s a different story.
The Galesburg Community Relations Commission invited parents and guardians to their monthly meeting last night to discuses the closure of Cooke Elementary.
Several families showed up looking for their opportunity to tell the commission why they believe they’ve been discriminated against.
Maria Rodriguez is running with State Senator Bill Brady, after a change in Illinois law allowed lieutenant governor candidates to run on the same ticket as candidates for Governor, instead of separately.
John Hunigan and Greg Vickers will join us at 8:35 to talk about the Galesburg Peacekeepers initiative.
With increase in violence in the area an initiative was started to get community members together to discuss solving these problems. John Hunigan and Greg Vickers will join us to talk about this initiave, Galesburg Peacekeepers at 8:35 on the WGIL Morning News.