Typically the first several days of the school year are scheduled for early dismissal, and this year is no different. However, it’s not every year is there an opportunity for kids to watch and learn about a
Senator Chuck Weaver tries to to regularly hold town halls and public meetings to hear from constituents and last night he was at the Galesburg Public Library.
A judge in Henry County is expected to rule later this month on a request by the State’s Attorney there to try a 17-year-old Kewanee resident as an adult on charges accusing of assaulting a young dog
It was only a part-time job to begin with, but Galesburg City Treasurer Elisha French says he has to step down from that job after only three months. French says he’s stepping down because he’s found a
Last night the Knox County Building Committee met for their August meeting where they got updates on the completed work at the jail, as well as additional work that was needed.
On Monday, August 21st, the sun is going to disappear behind the moon for the first total solar eclipse in nearly 40 years.
The Defenders of Freedom, an organization that looks to assist local veterans, are having difficulty opening at their location on Broad and Carl Sandburg Drive because of the costs associated with bringing the building to code.
Galesburg City Council met last night in a meeting where they approved a loan for a soon to come Korean eatery.
The Knoxville City Council approved a pair of funding requests at last night’s first of their August meetings.
Rock Steady is a boxing-training class coming to the Galesburg Youth Athletic Club to help individuals reduce and reverse the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.