Robert Connelly, Quad-City Times

Robert Connelly

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Past articles by Robert:

Deere bests analyst predictions, reports net income of $2.75 billion for fiscal 2020

Deere & Company’s earnings report again beat analyst expectations early Wednesday. → Read More

Warrant issued for suspect in Leisure Time shooting in East Moline

East Moline authorities are searching for a man identified as the suspected gunman in a late September shooting. → Read More

5 things to know about the '49 1/2' Mr. Thanksgiving dinner

The annual Mr. Thanksgiving Community Dinner returns Thursday, with some changes. Here are four things to know: → Read More

One injured in weekend shooting in Rock Island

Rock Island police continue to investigate two weekend shootings, including one that left a person injured Saturday. → Read More

Rain expected this week before dry Thanksgiving Day in the Quad-Cities

Rain is expected this week in the Quad-Cities. → Read More

Rock Island, Moline police investigating reports of gunfire this week

There have not been any arrests made yet in either incident. → Read More

Hy-Vee looking to add 670 workers in the Quad-Cities

Hy-Vee is looking to add 670 employees to its stores in the Quad-Cities. → Read More

Deere to install 5G in five factories, two in Quad-Cities, between 2021-2022

Deere & Company will install 5G technology at its manufacturing facilities in the Quad-Cities. → Read More

WIU names Guiyou Huang as next president

Guiyou Huang was named president of Western Illinois University Monday. → Read More

Arconic Foundation doles out $425K in grants to non-profits, schools in Quad-Cities

The Arconic Foundation recently awarded $425,000 in grants to Quad-City non-profits and schools. → Read More

Temps to climb to near 60 in Quad-Cities by Thursday and Friday

The weather this week in the Quad-Cities will slowly warm up to near 60 degrees by Thursday and Friday. → Read More

Former U.S. Sen. Jepsen died Friday in the Quad-Cities

Former Iowa U.S. Senator Roger Jepsen died Friday at Clarissa C. Cook Hospice House in Bettendorf. He was 91. → Read More

Salvation Army red kettles return to Quad-Cities area for the holidays

The bells are ringing again. → Read More

Moline woman jailed on aggravated arson charges returns to court Tuesday

A Moline woman remains jailed after allegedly setting an occupied house on fire earlier this month. → Read More

David Streets, convicted in 1981 Davenport murder, dies of COVID-19, preexisting conditions in prison

One of the five individuals involved in the 1981 murder of Mark Webb in Davenport has died in prison. → Read More

The mild weather in the Quad-Cities will end Tuesday as rain arrives

Monday’s projected high temperature will near a record, but then much of the upcoming week will resemble seasonal temperatures after rain on Tuesday. → Read More

Scott County reports 190 new COVID-19 cases

Scott County added 190 additional cases of COVID-19 Sunday, according to state data. → Read More

Fire crews return to Milan business site multiple times Sunday to knock down hot spots

Fire crews returned to a Milan business multiple times Sunday to extinguish hot spots after a large fire there Saturday night. → Read More

Arconic reports improved financials during its third quarter

Business has begun to stabilize for Arconic Corporation amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Kurth retains Iowa State House District 89 seat

As of 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, it appeared Monica Kurth will retain her seat in the Iowa State House. → Read More