Two Carl Sandburg College instructors are the latest recipients of the 2019 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development Excellence Awards.
It has rained in Galesburg 21 days out of 28 this May, including the last 13 in a row.
As Illinois taxpayers were observing Memorial Day on Monday, largely Democrat members of the House of Representatives voted 73-44 to put the question to voters on whether Illinois should change to a graduated income tax system.
Area school districts have been winding down their academic year but there’s still plenty of activity in school facilities throughout the summer.
Memorial Day brings lots of travel and the increased awareness of being safe on roadways.
Legislation sponsored by State Representative Dan Swanson mandating insurance coverage for long-term antibiotic therapy for a person with a tick-borne disease was sent to the Governor on Wednesday, May 22nd after passing in the State Senate.
Poppy Days with the Galesburg American Legion and the Legion Auxiliary is May 24th and 25th. The Legion and Legion Auxiliary will be distributing red poppies at various businesses locally.
Knox County’s unemployment situation improved from March to April, as more are finding seasonal work.
Knox County Board members approved a new resolution for criminal fees and the schedule for civil fees at Wednesday night’s meeting.
UPDATE: A Macomb man has died following a crash on US Highway 67 involving a commercial motor vehicle and a farm tractor.