Library’s Big Read puts a spotlight on Emily Dickinson
The Galesburg Public Library has hosted The Big Read almost every year since the National Endowment for the Arts established the program. They apply for the competitive grant to put on the program every year. Once again they were
Increased area flu activity leads hospitals to limit visitors
Both of Galesburg’s major hospitals are limiting visitors for the time being due to increased flu activity in the Galesburg area. OSF St. Mary Medical Center and Cottage Hospital are both putting restrictive measures in place and are
Chocolate and tractors highlight the Galesburg area’s weekend
Chocolate and tractors highlight the Galesburg area’s weekend.
District 205 asking residents to complete survey on superintendent search
District 205 is on the hunt for a new superintendent after last month Ralph Grimm announced his retirement this summer.
Companies hope to sway students toward digital manufacturing
A partnership of organizations are coming together to generate enthusiasm around the manufacturing industry for high school students.
New ownership at Cherry Street Restaurant and Bar
Ownership at Cherry Street Restaurant and Bar has changed hands.
Thrushwood Farms’ VP serving as president of American Association of Meat Processors
Vice President of Operations at Thrushwood Farms, Doug Hankes is now President Hankes.
Washington man dead after falling into freezing water in Dahinda
A Washington, Illinois man is dead after falling through ice in Dahinda on Sunday.
Knoxville City Council approves utility service line warranty program
A hot ticket item at the Knoxville city council meeting last night was whether or not to support a utility service line warranty program.
Galesburg alderman debate allowing residents outside city limits to serve on commissions
Galesburg alderman held discussion last night on an item that will get rid of residency requirements to serve on the city’s boards and commissions.