Macomb man under influence with suspended license suffers serious injuries in Warren County
A 24-year-old man from Macomb sustained serious injuries in a single-vehicle crash Saturday afternoon.
Swanson encourages veterans to volunteer with CASA
Wednesday, November 13th in Springfield, members of the Illinois General Assembly, along with CASA officials, held a Capitol press conference to encourage the state’s veterans to volunteer with their local CASA group.
A-Town school district receive glowing financial audit
The Abingdon-Avon Board of Education learned at their meeting this week that the district was designated “Recognition” status in the 2019 audit.
Another arrest following fight at, and escape from, Mary Davis Home
Police in Davenport say they have arrested a second juvenile in connection with Wednesday night’s fight and break-out of the Knox County Mary Davis Home.
United School District entering solar agreement
The United District 304 School Board signaled their intent on Thursday night to enter a power purchase agreement for solar energy
Sullivan prompts emergency declaration for propane
A propane shortage is prompting a regional emergency declaration that covers seven-state – including Illinois.
Juveniles break out of Mary Davis Home; one in custody
Authorities are so far releasing little information about a reported fight at the Knox County Mary Davis home Wednesday night that resulted in five juveniles escaping.
Hovind named Galesburg Fire Chief
The Galesburg Fire Department has a new chief after the retirement of Chief Tom Simkins last month.
Republican Congressional candidate: ‘government not serving us’ with impeachment inquiry
Esther Joy King, Republican candidate for the 17th District seat in the U.S. Congress doesn’t see the House impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump as necessary.
Community Foundation Week continues with celebration Thursday, November 14th
It’s Community Foundation Week. Friday, November 15th, is National Philanthropy Day.