Sarah Hayden, Quad-City Times

Sarah Hayden

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Recent:
  • Quad-City Times
Past:
  • The Pantagraph

Recent articles by Sarah:

Moline hires search firms to fill three longtime vacant positions with interim employees

Moline has hired employment recruitment firms to fill three longtime vacant positions with interim staff until permanent replacements can be found. → Read More

Rock Island Alderman Dave Geenen resigns from city council after allegations of embezzlement

Rock Island Alderman Dave Geenen, Ward 7, has resigned from city council, effective immediately. → Read More

Rock Island considering $18 million five-year capital improvement plan

Rock Island is on a path toward major public improvements such as street repairs, water, sewer and utility upgrades. → Read More

U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos champions $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill as students graduate from Black Hawk's Highway Construction Careers Training Program

Black Hawk students Cameron Chaney, Brady Jones, Ethan Moran and Baruch Young were already on a path toward stable employment when they graduated from the Highway Construction Careers Training Program → Read More

Former Channel 8 Meteorologist Eric Sorensen running for Congress

Former WQAD Meteorologist Eric Sorensen has announced his candidacy for Illinois' 17th Congressional District. → Read More

Rock Island County Chief Deputy Clerk Nick Camlin announces bid for treasurer

Rock Island County Chief Deputy Clerk Nick Camlin, a Democrat, has announced his candidacy for treasurer. → Read More

Deere strike continues through weekend

Exactly one week after 90% of UAW Local 281 union workers rejected a six-year proposal from Deere & Co., picketers continued their strike through the weekend. → Read More

Rock Island is again without a community and economic development director

Rock Island is again without a community and economic development director. → Read More

Bottling city water? Moline lays out ambitious goals to improve the city

New start-ups, selling the city's award-winning water and downtown farmers market part of city vision. → Read More

Rock Island County to have redistricting plan done by November

The Rock Island County board is ahead of schedule with downsizing from 25 to 19 members and reapportioning the districts. → Read More

New Rock Island City Clerk ready for the responsibility

When Samantha Gange saw the posting for Rock Island city clerk, she knew it was the perfect job for her. → Read More

Republican Glen Evans running for Illinois state Senate

Republican Glen Evans has announced his candidacy for Illinois state Senate, District 36. → Read More

Rock Island City Manager Randy Tweet retiring

Rock Island City Manager Randy Tweet has announced his retirement; his last day will be Dec. 25. → Read More

Rock Island County board member, Moline Township Supervisor Don Johnston has died

Rock Island County board member and Moline Township Supervisor Don Johnston died Saturday. He was 73. → Read More

UnityPoint Health-Trinity to require employees to be vaccinated by Nov. 1

UnityPoint Health will require all employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 1. → Read More

Niabi Zoo discovers endangered population of rusty patched bumble bees

Niabi Zoo has confirmed the presence of a population of endangered rusty patched bumble bees on its grounds. → Read More

New federal courthouse to be built downtown Rock Island. But it won't be at the former county courthouse.

A United States federal courthouse is returning to downtown Rock Island. → Read More

Hundreds lined up to watch start of Quad-City Times Bix 7

Hundreds of spectators lined both sides of Brady Street at the starting line of the 47th annual Quad-City Times Bix 7 road race as temperatures crept toward the 80s beneath → Read More

Davenport police received hundreds of fireworks complaints over Fourth of July weekend

The city of Davenport received hundreds of fireworks complaints over the Fourth of July holiday weekend. → Read More

Moline may allow restaurants and bars to offer 'cocktails to go'

Moline residents may soon be able to order beer, wine and mixed drinks to-go or delivered to their homes. → Read More