The District 205 School Board says that prior to their meeting on Monday, June 10, they will honor the late Joan Kelley, Galesburg’s first African-American school board member.
41-year-old Jeffery Mason of Monmouth took a plea deal last week in Warren County Court, but he’ll be sentenced on residential burglary charges next month.
Galesburg Aldermen last night gave their ok to paying $100,000 to settle a legal judgment that they are not required to pay. The U.S. District Court in Rock Island awarded city employee, Lisa Wilson, the judgment in
In the eleventh hour, the Illinois House and Senate approved the state budget, but without the vote from Representative Dan Swanson or Senator Chuck Weaver.
Galesburg City Council approved a lease agreement to have timber frame and restoration company Trillium Dell use part of the Broad Street Armory on Monday night.
The 9th Judicial Circuit’s Chief Judge has been elected to a position on Friday.
Legislation had been introduced in February for Illinois to allow downstate public safety pensions to consolidate into one system.
A Quad Cities resident is facing some charges after causing Interstate 74 in part of Henry County to all but completely come to a standstill for several hours on Saturday.
After a long two-year search and after over 50 applicants, dozens of interviews, and a several-months-long audition process, the Knox Galesburg Symphony have announced their next Maestro: Vlad Vizireanu.
The Illinois Senate voted 38 to 17 in favor of legalizing recreational marijuana on Wednesday, May 29th.