Knox graduates class of 2018
A new wave of alumni were handed their diplomas at Sunday’s commencement ceremony on Knox College’s campus.
Alderman to consider housing standards and rental licensing
After months of conversation and compromise tonight the Galesburg City Council could finally approve new housing standards and a rental licensing program.
Project Rebound adds another Rehabbed Home
Habitat for Humanity of Knox County shows no signs of slowing down in the area building homes for low income families.
708 Board approves over $400,000 in ongoing application review process
The Knox County 708 Board of Mental Health approved about $449,000 in grants Friday in their ongoing process of reviewing and allocating funds.
A great weekend for Run Galesburg Run
An event growing in popularity every year – and now in its 7th year – returns Sunday.
GPD investigating armed robbery on Knox Street
Galesburg police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred early Thursday morning.
Bail set for Galesburg man on meth and weapons charges
A Galesburg man made an appearance in Knox County Circuit Court this week on methamphetamine and weapons charges.
It’s a musical weekend full of good causes
Saturday, June 2nd there will be a Music Trivia Benefit held for Gabe Sharp, an 8 year old boy from Knoxville. Gabe recently underwent surgery for a brain tumor and is currently receiving treatment at St. Jude
District 205 projects to finish fiscal year in black by not budgeting for all state payments
District 205 is expecting to finish the year with more revenue than expenditures but to do it they had to assume the state of Illinois wouldn’t meet their obligations.
Tracy says bipartisan budget is best she’s seen
The Illinois Senate, in a rare bipartisan effort, overwhelmingly approved a new spending plan for the state as part of what is claimed to be a balanced budget.