Jennifer DeWitt, Quad-City Times

Jennifer DeWitt

Quad-City Times

Davenport, IA, United States

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Past articles by Jennifer:

Frozen Landing closes for season

The spring-like temperatures enjoyed by Quad-Citians have brought a close to what was a record-setting season at Bettendorf's Frozen Landing Family Ice Rink. → Read More

Rivermont hosts Technology Fair on Saturday

The public is invited to Rivermont Collegiate's 2020 Technology Fair on Saturday, Feb. 22, on the Bettendorf campus. → Read More

Eldridge administrator search draws pool of 30 candidates

The search for a new Eldridge city administrator drew a pool of 30 applicants — a number equal to the years the current administrator has served the community. → Read More

Genesis Birth Center helps Family Museum surpass fundraising goal

With a generous donation from Genesis Birth Center, the Family Museum climbed over the top of its fundraising goal to bring a Luckey Climber to the Bettendorf museum. → Read More

Bettendorf to vote on limiting downtown businesses, including vape shops and tattoo parlors

The city of Bettendorf is narrowing the list of businesses that could be prohibited from opening downtown. → Read More

Scott County provides wheelchair charging stations at several facilities

Scott County works to improve its disability inclusiveness efforts with installation of new wheelchair charging stations. → Read More

Scott County engineer to retire Dec. 31

After a 23-year career with Scott County — including 18 as the county engineer, Jon Burgstrum is retiring effective Dec. 31, 2019. → Read More

Mt. Sinai could receive partial tax abatement

A northwest Davenport church embroiled in a property tax dispute over its tax-exempt status now could receive a partial tax abatement. → Read More

Pumpkin Dash supports Blue Grass parks

The Blue Grass Park Board will host its 9th annual Community Pumpkin Dash on Saturday, Oct. 19, to raise money for the city's parks as well as scholarships for Camp → Read More

Community Action offers energy assistance

Community Action of Eastern Iowa now is accepting applications for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP, from households with elderly and/or disabled members. → Read More

LeClaire seeks bids for police station remodeling

The city of LeClaire is moving forward with renovating its 17-year-old police station to improve the space — originally designed as condominiums — for public safety as well as prepare → Read More

Eldridge hires firm to begin the search for a new city administrator

For the first time in 30 years, Eldridge is searching for a new city administrator. → Read More

LeClaire approves contract with speed camera vendor

The LeClaire Police Department will have eyes in the sky in the future to help it catch speeders. → Read More

LeClaire's only grocer to retire, close story

Slagle Foods, the only full-service grocer in LeClaire, is closing its store as its owner eyes retirement. → Read More

LeClaire officials aren't happy campers after RVs start parking overnight at the levee

You can drive your Chevy to the levee in LeClaire, but you'd better not park your RV there overnight. → Read More

Port designation being explored for Quad-City region and beyond

The Quad-City region, along with its neighbors up and down the Mississippi River, would raise their profile as a shipping magnate if the area had a federal port designation. → Read More

Scott County interviewing for deputies

The Scott County Civil Service Commission will conduct interviews for deputy sheriff at 10 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 18, at the Scott County Courthouse, Davenport. → Read More

Buffalo Shores Campground re-opens

Just in time for the Labor Day Weekend, the camp sites at Buffalo Shores Campground has re-opened after being closed the entire season due to flooding. → Read More

Walcott library hosts STEAM Trailer

A mobile trailer designed to help students explore the worlds of science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics, or STEAM, is headed to the Walcott branch of the Scott County → Read More

Bird show today at LeClaire Library

The LeClaire Community Library will hold a live show, Birds of Prey, at 3:30 p.m., today. → Read More