Some heads of Illinois universities and community colleges are still trying to understand how much they will be helped by the $1 billion stopgap appropriation signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner yesterday.
The Knox County 4-H Livestock Judging team won the overall junior division contest in Champaign last week.
Lawmakers and Gov. Bruce Rauner reached a deal to fund Illinois schools for a year and keep government operating for six months.
Galesburg City Engineer Wayne Carl says while the city has preliminary approval for $4 million in loans to replace lead water services lines, City Council will still have to approve the drawing of bid documents.
Police responded to two reported robberies — one involving firearms — in the early morning hours today.
More than one-third of Warren County experienced a power outage early this morning.
Galesburg Police are warning residents to exercise good judgment this Fourth of July and to designate a sober driver for those who plan on drinking.
The District 205 board’s discussion on preparing for the “doomsday scenario” of no state funding past July 1 has been delayed due to encouraging messages Superintendent Ralph Grimm heard throughout the day today.
Police arrested three Galesburg men yesterday on unrelated drug warrants.
In honor of those who have donated and received organ donations, OSF St. Mary Medical Center today raised a Gift of Hope flag on the hospital’s campus.