Galesburg

T.J. Carson

Two projects are underway to help transportation in Galesburg.

T.J. Carson

Concerns are being raised about how Galesburg businesses will be impacted by the city's proposed storm water utility fee.

Rich Egger

More than 200 school superintendents, principals and administrators from throughout Illinois are expected to descend upon Springfield this week to push for passage of Senate Bill 16.

T.J. Carson

The late Lane Evans might end up with his name on a building in Galesburg.

T.J. Carson

Even before voters headed to the polls for last week's mid-term elections, preparations were already underway for the only elections to be held in Illinois next year.

T.J. Carson

Galesburg is considering whether to implement new and increased fees to make up for a projected budget shortfall.

T.J. Carson

Intellihot, which makes and sells tankless water heaters. received $400,000 from the Illinois Clean Energy Fund.

TJ Carson

The city is in the early stages of addressing upgrades to its storm water utility system.

T.J. Carson

A building acquired by the city of Galesburg could be turned into a new home for the National Railroad Hall of Fame and Museum.

T.J. Carson

The City Council this week approved a project to enclose the north and south porch areas at the Amtrak station.

T.J. Carson

The Seminary/Kellogg Street overpass is not yet complete in Galesburg, but it does have a name.

T.J. Carson

Ten years is a long time.

Ten years is how long it's been since the Maytag plant in Galesburg produced its last refrigerator. The factory's jobs were moved to Mexico in September, 2004.

T.J. Carson

A Galesburg alderman is concerned about the safety of pedestrians once construction of an overpass is complete.

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A medical marijuana cultivation center in Galesburg would initially employ 35 people.

City of Galesburg

Members of the U.S. Marshal's Violent Fugitives Task Force arrested the man wanted for a murder in Galesburg.

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