Gerold Shelton, Quad-City Times

Gerold Shelton

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Past articles by Gerold:

Dispute between feuding neighbors results in officer injury

EAST MOLINE -- A police officer sustained an arm injury while attempting to break up an altercation between feuding neighbors Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

'It's amazing': Clinton woman to appear on 'The Voice'

CLINTON, Iowa -- You may not recognize Lydia Parker's name now, but give it a few months, and that may change. → Read More

Shed fire in East Moline causes $10k in damages

EAST MOLINE - No one was injured after a shed caught on fire at 3701 2nd St. at about 6:35 p.m. Wednesday evening, police and fire officials said. → Read More

Next RI council to decide fate of Johnson Controls contract

ROCK ISLAND — The next Rock Island City Council will likely get to make the decision on whom to engineer a project that would reduce energy use, saving the city → Read More

Moline council officially hires new city administrator

MOLINE - The hiring of Lisa Kotter as the next city administrator was approved unanimously at the Moline City Council meeting Tuesday night. → Read More

Courthouse demolition delayed yet again

It could be at least six more months before the fate of the historic Rock Island County courthouse is determined after an appellate court in Ottawa reinstated a temporary restraining → Read More

Moline's Avenue of the Cities might get center turn lane

MOLINE — Converting Avenue of the Cities to a two-lane road with a middle turn lane was one of the most popular ideas presented at a public workshop held Wednesday → Read More

RI County courthouse could come down Wednesday morning

ROCK ISLAND — The historic Rock Island County Courthouse could be torn down as early as Wednesday, according to county board chairman Richard Brunk. → Read More

Snider calls Hope Creek financial status "sobering"

ROCK ISLAND -- Rock Island County Administrator Jim Snider called the financial status of Hope Creek Care Center "sobering." → Read More

Full steam ahead on Captain's Table project: 1 year after fire gutted restaurant

MOLINE — On the one-year anniversary of the fire that destroyed the Captain’s Table restaurant, city leaders passed out of committee an ordinance to prevent any work stoppage on the → Read More

RI approves five economic projects worth $13M

Five new economic development agreements passed by the Rock Island City Council Monday night are expected to spur $13 million in investment to the city. → Read More

Rock Island county board approves $5 million to keep Hope Creek Care Center running

ROCK ISLAND — Hope Creek Care Center will have access to up to $5 million in funds to operate on for the next fiscal year. → Read More

Hope Creek cited for four deficiencies

EAST MOLINE — Hope Creek Care Center has been cited with four deficiencies by the Illinois Department of Public Health, executive director Cassie Baker told board members Monday night. → Read More

Update: 'Large disturbance' in Moline results in injury; extra police presence today at Moline High

UPDATE: From the Moline Police Department — "As a result of that incident two students were taken to Unity Point-Rock Island for treatment of non-life threatening injuries that were a → Read More

Storms dump rain on region

MOLINE -- Heavy thunderstorms darkened the skies for most of the day, with strong winds and power outages affecting nearly 10,000 people Tuesday night. → Read More

Rock Island County Board advances vote on courthouse

The Rock Island County Board voted Wednesday night to approve an agenda that includes holding a vote on the future of the courthouse. → Read More

Food vendors can serve until 3 a.m. in the District

ROCK ISLAND — Vendors selling food in the District will now be able to serve food until 3 a.m. A motion by alderman Dylan Parker to extend the serving time → Read More

Moline grads urged to 'demonstrate integrity'

Moline High School principal Dan McGuire challenged the class of 2018 to "always demonstrate integrity" as they work toward positive change. → Read More

RI passes TIF for McLaughlin

A TIF package worth $800,000 will allow McLaughlin Body Company to consolidate operations and renovate the former International Harvester Farmall Works. → Read More

Black Hawk grads urged to make an impact

Interim Black Hawk College President Dr. John Erwin challenged graduates to "remember Bill's story" Thursday night. → Read More