The Knoxville City Council met last night for the first time this new year.
The Warren County YMCA has added nearly 4,000 sq. ft to its facility and now is open 24 hours a day.
Sen. Chuck Weaver says that he’s disappointed that a full budget couldn’t have been passed in 2016 but has still seen “rank and file” General Assembly members reach compromise on important issues.
Among the many services and opportunities provided by the Galesburg Community Foundation, one of them is providing scholarships to local students.
Knoxville businessman Keith Vaughn set out to restore a historic chapel into a business venture and the first stage of the project’s completion is within sight.
Galesburg Alderman could vote tomorrow night to make possession of up to ten grams of cannabis a ticketable offense.
Galesburg didn’t flip Republican in November’s presidential election but traces of national trends were still felt. Democrat Hillary Clinton got a smaller share of the Galesburg vote than any Democrat since at least 1992. In that same time period
We’ve just started 2017 but there are already stories that we’re anticipating being a factor in the Knox County Area in the coming year. There’s first of course the consolidated municipal elections in the spring that have the
A Galesburg man was arrested in the early morning hours Thursday for possession and production of meth and resisting arrest.
Candidate filings are in for City of Knoxville races in the spring and only one contested race will be on the ballot.