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District 205 to have 3 new principals come July 2018

GALESBURG - Galesburg District 205 will be looking to fill three building principal positions before next school year. Lombard Middle School Principal Nick Sutton's hiring as Stark County District 100 Superintendent come July 1, 2018, means there will be vacancies for principal at Lombard, Nielson E

GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL - 2017-11-24 14:00:00

Galesburg Electric president celebrates milestone

GALESBURG - Bob and Janie Mahr drove from their hometown of Bushnell to Galesburg on Friday to visit a friend, and they weren't the only ones to make the trip. Customers from as far away as Burlington, Iowa, and Washington, Illinois, came out that afternoon to congratulate Don "Gilly" Gillenwater o

GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL - 2017-11-25 01:02:54

Roundtable: Giving thanks for Galesburg

Explain something in the Galesburg area (outside of your family) for which you are thankful. Ancestors provided today's blessings Each person in Galesburg owes a great debt of thanks to the people who came before us. Without the vision of Rev. George Washington Gale and the original colonists who ga

GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL - 2017-11-24 15:00:00

Galesburg Boys Basketball: Rebels take Streaks' sophomores 56-44

BUSHNELL - The Galesburg High School sophomore boys basketball team fell to Stark County 56-44 at the Spoon River Tip-Off Classic on Friday. The Silver Streaks trailed 30-26 at the half and 42-36 heading into the last eight minutes. Mitchel Sampson led Galesburg with 20 points. BUSHNELL - The Galesb

GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL - 2017-11-25 04:46:58

Galesburg Girls Basketball: Streaks defeat Redbirds 49-43

GALESBURG - The Galesburg High School sophomore girls basketball team defeated Metamora 49-43 at the Galesburg Thanksgiving Tournament on Friday. The Silver Streaks (3-1) led 31-11 after the first half. Metamora battled back in the second half outscoring Galesburg 32-18 before being shut down. Riley

GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL - 2017-11-25 04:11:37

War doesn't pause for anything

For the groups of walking wounded who progress as best they can Limping, struggling slowly onward helped by the stronger man With clothing torn & faces pained & blood their path to show But let the bells ring loud & clear it's victory you know. There are heaps of dead in the trenches & red in 'noman

GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL - 2017-11-24 15:00:00

Knox County LIHEAP funding remains in limbo

GALESBURG - Less than a month after saying it would continue its traditional role in the distribution of Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program funds, the Carver Community Action Agency is out as local grant administrator. Crucially, it is unclear which agency will take applications for LIHEAP as

GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL - 2017-11-23 21:50:53

OSF HealthCare reaches agreement to keep Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance

After a month and a half of additional negotiations, the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois health insurance network will still include OSF HealthCare hospitals. PEORIA - After a month and a half of additional negotiations, the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois health insurance network will


Fun things to do abound in York, Chester and Lancaster counties | The Herald

The York County Coroner's Office staff and CARE Team's open house to light the seventh annual Memory Tree, 2-4 p.m. Monday at the coroner's office, 939 Heckle Boulevard, Rock Hill. Families who have lost a loved one are invited to bring an ornament to place on the tree in their memory. Families who


'Celebration of love' shines light on Thanksgiving, 30 years of sharing

During the week of Thanksgiving, tradition and family take the spotlight in Chester County. Tuesday was the day to celebrate one special tradition, a 30-year-old event that brings together family and strangers alike. The meal was provided by the family of Bobbie Brown, 80, and church members at Ce


Closed in honor of Thanksgiving

UNION COUNTY - Thursday is Thanksgiving Day which means it will be a day of tradition including families gathered around the table to enjoy a delicious meal featuring such tasty fare as turkey and pumpkin pie and sports fans gathered around the TV to watch football games. Another tradition of Thanks


Fairfield Man killed in Hit and Run

FAIRFIELD COUNTY - The Fairfield County Coroner's Office along with the South Carolina Highway Patrol, are investigating a pedestrian fatality which occurred at 17895 Highway 34 West in Fairfield County at approximately 12:48 AM, on November 19, 2017. Coroner Chris Hill states that Tavares Deantonio


Armed man shot in South Carolina after standoff

Updated: Nov 24, 2017 - 6:52 AMROCK HILL, S.C. (AP) - An armed man has been shot by SWAT officers in South Carolina following a standoff. News outlets report Rock Hill police say they received reports of a man standing on his front porch with a gun on Thursday around 4 p.m., and when they arrived,

WSOC-TV - 2017-11-24 11:52:29

SLED investigating officer-involved shooting that led to chase

The State Law Enforcement Division continues to investigate an officer-involved shooting in Spartanburg. The shooting happened just after 2 a.m. on Thursday after a Spartanburg police officer attempted to remove a man from a vehicle that had been reported stolen. According to a statement from Spart

SPARTANBURG HERALD-JOURNAL - 2017-11-24 17:57:23

Report: Robber said to bank teller 'you know what time it is'

After walking into a bank carrying a long gun Monday, the robber pointed the gun at a teller and said "You know what time it is," according to police. Monday's robbery at the Lakelands Federal Credit Union on Edgefield Street ended with a man in custody, charged in connection with the robbery - and


26 ways to celebrate the holiday season with family

Most people fall into two camps - those who lament seeing Christmas decorations the day after Halloween and those who embrace them. But now Thanksgiving has passed. There's no turning back. Several towns from Charlotte to Monroe are offering tree lightings and holiday festivals with arts, crafts, a

THECHARLOTTEWEEKLY.COM - 2017-11-24 12:00:37

Man Suspected Of Possessing Guns, Drugs Arrested In Watsonville

WATSONVILLE, CA - Watsonville police Wednesday morning arrested a man on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance and a loaded firearm, police said. Just after 7 a.m., officers approached two people in the parking lot of the Economy Inn at 584 Auto Center Drive. According to police, one of t

PATCH - 2017-11-24 13:42:55

Santa Cruz, CA 12/4: Santa Cruz Black & Pink Postcard Party

710 Front Street Santa Cruz, California 95060 United States Event Date: December 4, 2017 Start Time: 5:00 pm End Time: 7:00 pm Host: Bristol Cave-LaCoste Description: Join a ragtag group of nerds and queers for a night of coloring, queer joy, and hating on the prison-industrial complex. We will

AUTOSTRADDLE - 2017-11-24 22:43:54

Suspected Prowlers; Fire Dept. Award: Santa Cruz Co. Police Log

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, CA - The following are recent police, court and fire stories from around Santa Cruz County. Man Suspected Of Possessing Guns, Drugs Arrested In Watsonville SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, CA - The following are recent police, court and fire stories from around Santa Cruz County. Man Suspected

PATCH - 2017-11-25 00:18:47

Streetlight Records in Santa Cruz rides a vinyl wave

The Stowe brothers, Sam and John, both in their 20s, look over special vinyl releases on Black Friday at Streetlight Records in downtown Santa Cruz. (Jondi Gumz -- Santa Cruz Sentinel) SANTA CRUZ >> Sure, some folks went shopping on their phone looking for Black Friday specials but for music lover

SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL - 2017-11-24 08:00:00