Posts Tagged ‘Galesburg’
After months of planning, an agreement between a new economic development partnership and the City of Galesburg is ready to be adopted.
A candidate for Illinois Treasurer says his endorsement by a major state union is big.
Democratic State Senator Mike Frerichs stopped in Galesburg yesterday as he campaigned across the state this week touting his endorsement by the 130-thousand member Illinois Education Association.
A Connecticut man can stand trial on charges of Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse stemming from an incident late last month involving a 14-year-old girl.
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.
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.