Galesburg man arrested on burglary charges, assaulting police with gun
A Galesburg man is free on $100,000 bond following his arrest Sunday for burglary and aggravated assault of a peace officer with a firearm.
Mayor awards Galesburg youth for going extra mile
Galesburg High School freshmen Bryant J. Rucker has been awarded the Galesburg Youth Extra Effort Award.
Galesburg Council approves change in underpass agreements, external agency funds
Galesburg City Council last night approved an addendum to their 2010 agreement with the Illinois Department of Transportation over the construction of often delayed East Main Street Underpass.
Knoxville City Council OKs zoning change to allow new veterinary clinic
The small town of Knoxville is gaining a new business. Knoxville City Council last night unanimously approved provisional zoning changes that would allow an East Main Street building to operate as a veterinary clinic.
UPDATE: Galesburg woman arrested for drunk driving after crashing into school bus
Galesburg police removed an open bottle of liquor and a small quantity of cannabis from an SUV that struck the rear of a school bus this morning.
Alternatives helping elders live independently
As we get older it can become more difficult to stay in our homes while it also becomes more stressful for our family.
Schools administer modified PARCC test
The Galesburg school district begins Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers testing starting today for grades three through eight.
Capital improvement projects resurface at tonight’s Galesburg City Council meeting
The Galesburg City Council is expected to approve a bid this evening to resurface Fremont Street on the stretch from Seminary to Farnham streets.
Police arrest Galesburg couple on gun charges
Police responded Friday morning to a domestic dispute that led to the arrest of a Galesburg couple on gun charges.
Retired Galesburg fire marshal returns from overseas fire education trip
After Dan Foley retired as fire marshal at the Galesburg Fire Department last June, he teamed up with the Africa Fire Mission with hopes to teach fire fighting techniques overseas while scoping out a new home in