The Galesbug Silver Streaks Basketball Teams did not fare well last night. The Streaks girls did not give up without a fight, however, losing to Geneseo in the Class 3A Regional Championship 34-30 in overtime. The Streaks led most of the game until Geneseo tied it up close to the end of regulation.
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An old-fashioned store is hoping to open their doors some time around the first week of March in Knoxville.
It’s the end of the road for the Galesburg Silver Streaks girls basketball team tonight, as they’ll play their regular season finale at United Township. The Streaks enter the game with a record of 16-13 overall, and 4-5 in Western Big 6 Conference play.
Knox and Monmouth will meet for the second and final time this season in college basketball tonight. The Fighting Scots won the first matchups in men’s and women’s play, and will be looking for a season sweep on their homecourt.
Police in Knoxville are investigating an unusually large amount of crime lately, as a large number of businesses in the city have been broken in to.
The City of Knoxville is considering severing ties with their current water and sewer operator.
In 2009 Bock Incorporated was hired to operate both the water and sewer department, but the contract between the two parties, according to Alderman Toby Myers is too vague and full of gray areas.
Knoxville School District 202 sent students home around 11:30 Monday morning after administration got word of a bomb threat in Knoxville High School.
Superintendent Steve Wilder says the threat was extremely vague, but the district didn’t want to risk the safety of students and made the decision to not just evacuate the high school but the entire district.
The City of Knoxville has been considering taking out a 1-million dollars cyber liability insurance policy.
Currently the City has a policy that protects them up to $50,000 in the instance the City’s computers are hacked or an employee leaks sensitive material.