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Past articles by Grace:

A towering piece of Q-C history

The list is not long of people who know what's inside the former KONE elevator test tower. → Read More

Many in Q-C unfamiliar with their senator

The pandemic has largely shaped Illinois Senator Win Stoller's time since being elected to the statehouse in 2021. → Read More

Pieces of old I-74 donated to Rock Island County Historical Society

A piece of the old I-74 bridge and a long-perched plastic owl have been donated to the Rock Island County Historical Society. → Read More

Quad-Cities to dodge winter weather

The Quad-Cities has dodged another weather bullet. → Read More

KONE is no Eiffel Tower, 'but it's our tower'

Redevelopment is likely to envelope Moline's iconic KONE tower as plans for the riverfront take shape. → Read More

Augustana building six tennis courts at Lincoln Park

A portion of Lincoln Park in Rock Island is becoming a tennis center for neighboring Augustana College. → Read More

Update: Moline-Chicago passenger rail needs federal intervention

Moline leaders accuse rail company of holding Amtrak project hostage for money. → Read More

State of Moline: 'Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity'

See what Moline Mayor Sangeetha Rayapati said about the state of the city. → Read More

Illinois Senators highlight economic growth efforts

Illinois Q-C senators talk economy, rail. → Read More

Bike route will remove street parking in Moline; proposal moved ahead on 5-2 vote

Bike-path proposal in Moline would cost dozens of on-street parking spaces. → Read More

Cold, rainy and windy conditions expected for Quad-Cities Wednesday

A storm system is expected to move through the Quad-City region Wednesday, bringing rain and some sleet. → Read More

Platelet donors offered $50 gift cards

ImpactLife is offering gift cards for platelet donations. → Read More

East Moline to be declared a certified gigabit city

East Moline is the latest city to be declared gigabit-certified by Metronet. → Read More

Moline: 'Growth is going to encourage more growth'

Moline is considering another TIF, this time near the Mississippi River on the east side of the city. → Read More

Crime Stoppers asking for help in identifying suspect in arson case

Do you recognize this person? → Read More

New 861 area code coming to Illinois 309 region

A new area code is coming to the Illinois Quad-Cities, but it won't affect existing phone numbers. → Read More

Rock Island, Moline declare snow emergencies

Rock Island and Moline have declared snow emergencies until further notice. → Read More

Here is what city officials earn in the Quad-Cities

A look at public salaries in the Quad-Cities shows most city workers' wages align with one another. → Read More

Dwelling units, liquor licensing fail to pass city council

A liquor license application denied, opposition to an increasing number of liquor licenses, and dwelling units fail to pass Moline City Council. → Read More

'Federal government works for the people'

Democratic U.S. Rep. Eric Sorensen, IL-17, said he is feeling encouraged and hopeful following the State of the Union address. → Read More