Rep. Cheri Bustos’ name, along with 20 other members of Congress, is on a bill aiming at stopping taxpayer funded settlements for members of Congress accused of sexually inappropriate behavior.
The District 202 Board of Education held a special meeting last night where the sole purpose was for the discussion and approval of an agreement with the Knoxville Education Association regarding the union’s communal sick-leave bank.
Tuesday was Giving Tuesday, a day which encourages people to give time and resources to those who may be in need.
District 205 has a new agent and administrator of their employee health plan.
The biggest fundraiser of the year for the Discovery Depot Children’s Museum in Galesburg gets underway Thursday night, November 29th.
Galesburg Police responded to the third theft or attempted theft that occurred on Linwood Road over the last week – this time at a powered equipment company.
Thursday afternoon a free informational workshop regarding non-traditional apprenticeship programs and their benefits is being held in Galesburg, and area business owners are invited to attend.
Ed Cross is the Director of Communications for the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office released the names of two individuals involved in a head-on collision Tuesday afternoon.
HIV/AIDS may not be the public health crisis at the front of people’s minds anymore but it is still a critical issue for individuals and communities around the world.