Knoxville City Council discuss properties, sidewalks, and more
It was a quick meeting last (Monday) night, but it was one that covered a wide range of discussion topics for the Knoxville City Council.
Galesburg native describes being in the middle of Las Vegas shooting
A Galesburg native was enjoying the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival Sunday night when he suddenly found himself in the middle of what turned out to be the worst mass shooting in American history.
One arrested in fight with police officers
What was a domestic dispute turned into an altercation between police officers and a Galesburg man leading to an arrest.
United Schools has more band students – needs more instruments
If you have an old musical instrument laying around your house, attic, or basement the United School District can put it to good use.
City council to revisit brick street classification
After tabling discussion at the last city council meeting, alderman will look again at reclassifying a portion of Prairie Street – between Dayton and Park Lane – which could endanger its future as a brick street.
Educator panel to discuss the “Future of Public Education.”
The future of public education will be discussed on Wednesday, October 4th at a Monmouth College forum with educators.
Galesburg’s Mayor to serve on Illinois Municipal League board of directors
During the Illinois Municipal League’s 104th Annual Conference held September 21st through the 23rd, Mayor John Pritchard was elected to serve a one-year term as a Vice President on the organizations board of directors.
Annual College Night at Carl Sandburg College October 2nd
Carl Sandburg College will be hosting representatives from more than 50 colleges, universities, and vocational schools during the college’s 2017 College Night.
Discovery of a homemade meth lab leads to arrests
Galesburg police have arrested two men after discovering items allegedly used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine.
It’s Homecoming weekend for GHS
Galesburg homecoming is this weekend, in a time of year always much anticipated for high school students.