A candlelight vigil to be held in Galesburg Friday night is one of several hundred organized across the country to help bring awareness to the issue of immigration and alleged inhumane treatment of refugees in America. The organizers of “Lights for Liberty” — David Amor and Monica Cosaro — are hoping that both sides in the debate show up for the event, not just those on the side of the refugees. Amor and Cosaro talk with Will Stevenson on Galesburg’s Evening News.
As Knox College plans for the next few years with their Knox 2022 plan President Teresa Amott says one area that will be focused on is retention.
While some may still argue its legitimacy, esports is growing in popularity.
Discussion will continue Tuesday night into the boundary changes at the District 205 Board of Education meeting.
Ron Carr, a man so synonymous with Galesburg softball that one of the Lake Storey fields is named for him, passed away last week.