It’s not an easy subject to talk about, but it’s also something that probably affects you — or, at the very least, the person sitting next to you: suicide. A Galesburg woman is once again helping organize an event, to be held this weekend, that will bring awareness to the issue, and provides support to those who’ve dealt with it. Chastity Smith, organizer of the West Central Illinois Out of the Darkness Community Walk, talks with Will Stevenson on Galesburg’s Evening News.
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.
The Galesburg Fire Department has a new chief after the retirement of Chief Tom Simkins last month.
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.
It’s Community Foundation Week. Friday, November 15th, is National Philanthropy Day.