Galesburg homeowners and landlords who live in homes that may still have lead-based paint in them may be eligible to receive money through a grant the city received last fall — and they say there’s plenty of grant money available. Judy Guenseth, City of Galesburg Housing Coordinator, and Wil Hayes, Knox County Health Department Assistant Administrator, talk about the “Help Eliminate Lead Program” (HELP) with Will Stevenson on Galesburg’s Evening News.
There could be some architectural changes to buildings in the Abingdon-Avon school district.
ROWVA District 208 Superintendent Joe Sornberger reflected on the first half of the school year and talked about some upcoming projects and events.
One vote was the difference in Wednesday night’s Knox County Board meeting that led to the passage of the county’s recreational cannabis ordinance.
Police have arrested two men from Galesburg saying they burglarized a church, a garage, and stole a car in Keokuk, Iowa.