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HANOVER–Hanover residents will no longer have to travel to buy groceries. more
GALENA–Kathy Oberbroeckling, executive director of the Galena Area Chamber of Commerce since October 2015, resigned Aug. 28. Her last day will be Sept. 10. Reflecting on her tenure, … more
GALENA–For the safety of all, the Galena River Trail and Galena Gateway Park will be closed during the upcoming deer hunting season. Dates are: •Nov. 16-18, 29-30. •Dec. 1-2, … more

In the July 11 issue of the Gazette, the story on page 10A about the food pantry receiving a DRA grant listed the incorrect dates for the United Churches of Galena Food Pantry.

GALENA–On Sept. 8 the Galena Green Team will hold an Electric Vehicle Showcase and Eco-Expo as part of the global Rise for Climate Jobs and Justice events. Tens of thousands of people around … more
GALENA–A Galena woman scheduled for trial in an alleged child abuse case had her charges dismissed by the state. Julie Klar, aka Hartlep, 45, Galena, appeared in Jo Daviess County Circuit … more
GALENA–As currently proposed, it appears the League of Women Voters (LWV) of Jo Daviess County won’t be hosting a candidate forum in Galena leading up to the November election. Andrew … more
EAST DUBUQUE–Hill Street in East Dubuque from Woodland Court to Sinsinawa Avenue will be closed on Wednesday Sept. 26 for road maintenance beginning at 6 a.m. For a detour, use St. Mary’s … more

Events in Galena for Independence Day get underway Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. with the Buckhill Run and the chalk walk. Both start from Recreation Park. more
GALENA–For 51 years, roughly a half dozen property owners have offered up their homes for touring, giving lovers of history, quality American workmanship and even quirky ingenuity the … more
GALENA–The largest ambulance district in the county received a revenue boost during a special meeting of the Jo Daviess County Board on Wednesday, Nov. 8. Galena EMS requested a tax rate … more

Work is underway on the basketball courts at Grant Park. East Galena Township funded the purchase and installation of two new goals at a total of $5,000. The township also pledged $5,000 each of the next two years for the court construction. Louie’s Trenching Service is donating the labor for the removal and the installation of the court and goals. The Louie’s crew, from left, Ryan Pregler, Nic Bingham, Mike Somers, Robby Murphy and Jeff Somers, did prep work on the site Thursday, July 12. Bard Concrete is discounting the concrete approximately 20 percent. According to Galena City Administrator Mark Moran, the city may not require the full donation from East Galena as a result of the donations and discounts.

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