Knox County COVID cases continue to climb
The Knox County Health Department announced Tuesday there are now a total of 310 cases of COVID-19 in Knox County.
205 anticipating significant deficit in school budget
As District 205’s budgetary process begins for the coming year, things are going to be tough.
Pair arrested after disturbance on Home Blvd.
Galesburg police were dispatched to Home Blvd Saturday, August 8th in reference to a disturbance involving a weapon.
Galesburg Community Foundation releases more grants; response fund still growing
The Galesburg Community Foundation has doled out another round of funds for local non-profits providing front-line services or services to communities disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ameren responds to Monday afternoon storm cell
Storms that rolled through the area Monday afternoon that led to power outages across much of west-central Illinois.
FEMA Public Assistance Program reimbursement available for local taxing bodies
Local taxing bodies, including counties, airport authorities, municipalities, public school districts, and more, have access to a funding source to recoup expenditures related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Legend of local radio Roger Coleman dies at 89
A giant of local radio passed away Thursday in Roger Coleman, a man known for his booming voice, editorials, and promotion of John Thiel basketball.
Galesburg woman arrested for drug possession after traffic stop
Early Thursday, August 6th, Galesburg police pulled over a Chevrolet SUV on East Main Street near Blaine Avenue without visible registration.
2nd Knox County COVID death confirmed; male in his 90’s
The Illinois Department of Public Health announced Thursday that a male resident of Knox County in his 90’s has passed away from complications related to COVID-19.
IHDA assisting households impacted by COVID-19
The Illinois Housing Development Authority announced the Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program and the Emergency Rental Assistance Program to support Illinois tenants and homeowners unable to pay their rent or mortgage due to a COVID-19 related loss of