Galesburg Alderman weigh monthly water billing
Changing Galesburg water and refuse billing from quarterly to monthly failed when it was brought up in March, will Alderman approve it now?
District 202 presented with 2017 Audit, approve tax levy
Monday night the Knoxville School Board heard a presentation on the fiscal year 2017 audit.
Ameren and employees work together for food pantry donation
Ameren Illinois today presented FISH Food Pantry in Galesburg with a $4,200 check and two truck loads of food.
One man charged with DUI following traffic accident on Lincoln Street
An early Sunday morning traffic accident has resulted in one man being arrested on a slew of charges, most notably driving under the influence of alcohol.
Three people arrested for possessing meth manufacturing materials
Three individuals have been arrested after officers found methamphetamine manufacturing materials in their possession following a routine traffic stop.
Weaver applauds Rauner’s signing of mandatory prescription monitoring
Sen. Chuck Weaver is among the fans of a bill Gov. Bruce Rauner signed last week aimed at fighting the opioid crisis sweeping the state and nation.
Galesburg Alderman revisiting monthly utility billing tonight
Galesburg Alderman will revisit an issue that was rejected earlier this year after several resident complaints.
Salvation Army only at 50-percent of their goal through Red Kettle Campaign
The Salvation Army has announced that they’ve only raised about 50-percent of their $116,000 goal for this winter. The donations received through the Red Kettle or Mail goes toward “making a difference in the lives of your
Preliminary hearing scheduled for Galesburg man on Armed Violence charges
A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for January 8th, and bond was set at $100,000 for a Galesburg man charged with two counts of Armed Violence – a Class X Felony – after he was arrested earlier
Christmas music and eating featured for your weekend
Tubas will be making noises of the season as Tuba Christmas at First Lutheran Church on Saturday at 2 p.m.