The Galesburg School Board meeting tonight has the potential to be heated, as a group that’s wanted the full school year calendar restored since the end of the teachers strike is now turning its attention to individual school board members.
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The Galesburg Labor Coalition gathered last night to talk ideas about how to enact change around Knox County and the City.
Galesburg Kiwanis club president Faye Schulz was recognized with a national award recently.
Faye Schulz, president of the Galesburg Kiwanis Club, was presented with the coveted Amador Medallion from the Spastic Paralysis Research Foundation. The award is named for the late Dr. Luis V. Amador who was a professor of clinical surgery and the founding director of the Kiwanis Illinois-Eastern Iowa District’s Spastic Paralysis Research Foundation. Schulz received the award on September 30th. We spoke with Faye and local Kiwanis vice president and secretary Ann Tucker on the WGIL Morning News.
An almost $200,000 grant awarded to the Knox County Health Department is bringing about some big changes.
A Missouri man has admitted in Knox County Circuit Court to stealing the alcohol he later used to try and take his own life.
A preliminary hearing has been scheduled in the case of a Galesburg man charged with sexually assaulting a woman he claimed stabbed him previous to that.
A Galesburg man facing felony drug and weapons charges in two cases, and a weapons charge in a third case, will be back in court next Wednesday for a preliminary hearing.
The Galesburg Landmark Commission wants to make sure the Convention and Visitors Bureau is fully stocked with information that will help bring people to town.
A Knox County Judge has found probable cause for a 19-year-old man to be tried on charges including Armed Robbery.