Today the gas price is close to $3.49 in Abingdon as of 2023-11-28. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Tuesday is $3.246, a week ago the price is $3.295 , according to AAA.
Monmouth Police Department Investigator Josh Kramer
Investigator Kramer discusses ongoing scams to be on alert for including Medicare re-enrollment, IRS, prize scams, porch pirates as online shopping increases, plus talks the upcoming Power for Seniors and Cops for Kids programs on the WRAM Morning Show. Listen to the entire interview here.
Warren County property transfers for Nov. 20-24, 2023. See a list of home and other sales
The Warren County Clerk & Recorder’s Office submits the following Illinois real estate transfer declaration transactions recorded in Warren County the week of Nov. 20-24, 2023. Only the primary name as listed on the submitted sales report is published. Additional owners’ names that would be on the full deed may not appear in this list.
Knox County CEO Program ‘Holiday Hop’ This Sunday
The Knox County CEO Program is hosting their group project event this Sunday at The Vault at Reserve Artisan Ales. Program CEO Cora Johnson, COO Madison Springer and CMO Mia Luhan, along with sponsor Abby Colvin, joined Tom Meredith and Tyler Gumm on “Galesburg’s Morning News” to talk about the program and event.
'It makes me happy' l Knox County sisters continue mission making Christmas wishes come true
KNOX COUNTY, Ill. — Two Knox County girls are hard at work this holiday season to make sure dozens have a Merry Christmas. It's part of the 'Junk 4 Jingles' organization by the Mayfield family of Knoxville, Illinois. "It's never something I thought I'd be doing, but one thing...
Altona, Illinois: A Storied Chapter in America's Railroad History
Nestled in the heart of Illinois, the quaint town of Altona carries a significant chapter in the state's transportation narrative. During the dynamic era of the 19th century, Altona played a vital role as a key stop along the Central Military Tract Railroad, a line integral to the military and economic fabric of the region. This historical prominence has transformed Altona into a treasured landmark for railway historians and enthusiasts, eager to explore the legacy left behind by the iron horse.
Reviving the Heartbeat of Ellisville: The Ellisville Opera House Renaissance
The Ellisville Opera House, a historic jewel nestled in the heart of Ellisville, stands as a beacon of community spirit and cultural heritage. Constructed in 1891 during the vibrant railroad era, it has mirrored the village's changing fortunes. The Ellisville Historical Society and the Historic Ellisville Restoration Organization (H.E.R.O.) have been instrumental in rescuing this architectural marvel from the brink of demolition, transforming it into a dynamic center for local events and performances.
Overnight Shelter Accepting Donations
Derek Antoine, executive director of the Knox County Housing Authority, says the Galesburg Overnight Shelter is accepting donations for many different needs. "We try to provide a meal every night, and I think we do. We've got a number of community partners that committed to donating a meal once a week. Hygiene items like soap, shampoo, body wash. Clothing items that would be cold weather related, hats, gloves, coats."
The Knox County Courthouse: A Historical Beacon in Knoxville, Tennessee
Nestled in the heart of Knoxville, Tennessee, the Knox County Courthouse stands as a majestic testament to the city's rich history. Constructed in 1886 and located at 300 Main Street, this iconic building has been a central part of the community for well over a century. Originally serving as the courthouse until 1980, it now houses various county departments, continuing its legacy as a cornerstone of local governance. The courthouse's architecture is a harmonious blend of Colonial and Gothic styles, featuring a colonial clock tower and gothic quatrefoil patterns that adorn its balcony and porch.
Choral Dynamics “Sing We Now Of A Christmas Carol” This Weekend
Choral Dynamics presents “Sing We Now Of A Christmas Carol” this weekend at the Orpheum Theater this Friday and Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2pm. The music is based on Dickens ‘A Christmas Carol’. Producer Tim Holmes and Choral Dynamics president and long time member Jackie Piper joined Tom Meredith and Tyler Gumm on “Galesburg’s Morning News” to talk about the production.
Galesburg's Old Main: The Enduring Symbol of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates
Nestled on the grounds of Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, Old Main stands as the sole surviving original site of the historic 1858 Lincoln-Douglas debates. This architectural relic, constructed between 1854 and 1857, has transcended time, continuing to attract visitors who wish to retrace the steps of Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas during a pivotal moment that shaped the nation's history. Designated a National Historic Landmark, Old Main is a testament to the principles of democracy and free speech, revered by history enthusiasts and scholars worldwide.
Fiatt, Illinois: A Journey Through Time and Tradition
Nestled in the heart of Fulton County lies Fiatt, Illinois, a small town with historic roots dating back to its inception in 1883. Over 139 years have passed, yet the town's rich heritage remains vibrantly alive in the preserved landmarks and stories that have been handed down through generations. The Duvall-Ash Farmstead, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the echoes of bridges like the Seville Bridge, speak volumes of the town's historical narrative.
Warren County Historical Society Pattee Executive Director Dr. Eugene Watkins
Watkins discusses upcoming speakers for the month of January, displays that will open next spring, and more on the WRAM Morning Show. Listen to the entire interview here.
Monmouth College Sports Update from SID Nathan Baliva
Here’s a recap of the past week in Fighting Scots athletics and preview of the upcoming week from Monmouth College Sports Information Director Nathan Baliva. Click HERE for the audio.
4 Sandburg Volleyball Freshmen Voted to All-Arrowhead Conference Team
A quartet of freshmen from the Carl Sandburg College volleyball team were voted to the All-Arrowhead Conference team after helping lead the Chargers to a second straight league title this fall. Grace Vyhnanek, Madeline Mooney, Natalie Burden and Ayla Cannon were selected to the team by Arrowhead coaches as the...
Dame Fine Coffee Owner Dillan Vancil Excited for Expansions in 2024
Three years ago, Dame Fine Coffee Owner Dillan Vancil joined the coffee and lotus energy drink craze with a custom mobile trailer. With locations currently in Monmouth, Galesburg, and Burlington, Vancil shares the new trend and expansions they have planned for 2024:. “We are getting into the freeze dried candy....
Oak Run: A Lakeside Community Oasis in Illinois
Nestled in the heart of Illinois, Oak Run in Dahinda offers a tranquil escape into a lakeside haven that spans over 2,000 lush acres. This residential and recreational community, centered around the stunning Spoon Lake, provides a perfect mix of natural splendor and modern amenities. With a 600-acre man-made lake, Oak Run is a paradise for water lovers, offering boating, fishing, water skiing, and serene kayak trips, complemented by a well-stocked lake for fishing enthusiasts and competitive tournaments that add excitement to the peaceful environment.
Sandburg’s Bentley Named Region 4 Player of the Week for Nov. 20-26
Carl Sandburg College women’s basketball sophomore Elly Bentley has been named the Region 4 Division II Player of the Week for Nov. 20-26 after matching her career high in scoring and helping the Chargers to their fifth straight win. Bentley took home the honor after dropping 32 points in...
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Dogs Of elmwood, IL Need You!
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near elmwood.
Monmouth Fire Chief Casey Rexroats Offers Tips as You Decorate This Holiday Season
As the temperatures start to turn colder and the holiday season is here, Monmouth Fire Chief Casey Rexroat reminds homeowners to take safety precautions while decorating your home:. “We want to just remind people that when you are actually setting up for Christmas right now with the tree and lights...