Job-seekers can polish up resumes and interview skills this week
Monday through Friday is Workforce Development Week, and the Workforce Innovation Board of Western Illinois has organized a variety of job-related services for Knox County this week.
Galesburg native’s clothing line making waves
Noceur Supply, a clothing line started by Galesburg native Michael McGruder is making small waves in the fashion world.
Use of drones proving to be a safe and handy tool for Ameren
Drones haven proven to be incredibly useful for several organizations and industries: from law enforcement and military use, to landscaping, agriculture, and advertising.
Caper Brown’s book details his struggles after severe burn
In April of 1990 10 year old Caper Brown suffered a life changing horror – he was severely burned on 98 percent of his body.
Kleine positioning himself as “political outsider” in congressional race
Mark Kleine is going from the world of business to politics with his Thursday announcement that he’ll run for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 17th District. He says he doesn’t consider himself a “politician” but
Galesburg’s unemployment fairing better then other Illinois cities
The City of Galesburg’s unemployment rate ticked up slightly in July from 5.3 to 5.5%.
NAACP Gala this weekend at Knox College
The Galesburg NAACP will be holding their annual Gala tomorrow (Saturday) at Knox College’s Center for Fine Arts.
Renovation work for old Wal-Mart recommended by planning and zoning commission
At the Galesburg Planning and Zoning Commission meeting earlier this week, the committee heard and approved several proposals for development projects in the city.
Dunlap Eagles vs Galesburg Silver Streaks preview
Don’t mention “rebuilding” to anyone involved with the Galesburg High School football team as it prepares to open the season tonight against Dunlap.
As tourism to Illinois and Knox County increases, so does local tax revenue
The Illinois Office of Tourism reported that domestic and international travel expenditures increased by $571 million from 2015 to 2016.