The Knoxville Board of Education got a rundown this week from Superintendent Steve Wilder regarding the tentative fiscal year 2015 budget.
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Special Education teachers in some school districts in Knox and Warren Counties likely won’t be on the job until the strike involving the Galesburg Education Association is resolved.
New teachers from Galesburg, Knoxville, and Monmouth were invited to attended a luncheon welcoming them to the community.
Owners of the Knoxville Mercantile Mart went before the Zoning Board of Appeals to request a change in the zoning behind their store.
There will be more than just Knoxville High School students using the newly-constructed facilities when they open up in the fall.
While the just-ended fiscal year was six-figures in the black for the Knoxville School District, the superintendent says the just-started fiscal year will likely be just the opposite.
For the first time in about 20 years the City of Knoxville has changed the parking fines and added ordinance violations to their ticket books.
In an effort to increase revenue in the City of Knoxville, aldermen Monday were presented an option to raise the tax levy on their police, library and corporate tax funds.