Thomas Geyer, Quad-City Times

Thomas Geyer

Quad-City Times

Moline, IL, United States

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Recent:
  • Quad-City Times
Past:
  • Globe Gazette
  • Moline Dispatch

Recent articles by Thomas:

Firefighters battle fire at popular Davenport Mexican restaurant and market

Davenport firefighters were called out Saturday night to battle a fire at Tienda Mexicana Abarrotes Carrillo, a popular Mexican restaurant and market at 903 W. 3rd St. → Read More

Cooler than normal weather in store for Halloween and the week ahead.

Temperatures will be just a bit below normal for Halloween trick-or-treaters out getting their candy. → Read More

Cooler temperatures, Halloween celebrations and the possibility of seeing the Northern Lights

Temperatures will be just a bit below normal for Halloween trick-or-treaters out getting their candy Sunday night. → Read More

Watch now: UAW members from other states, other local unions join Deere employees on the picket lines

Wenceslao Valentin III, Cleveland Jones Jr. and John Orsini, all of UAW Local 774 in Buffalo, New York, grabbed signs and joined several hundred other people who had fanned out → Read More

Highs in the 70s through Wednesday before fall-like temps return

Temperatures will climb back into the 70s and skies are expected to be mostly sunny through the middle of the week before a front comes through Wednesday, bringing normal fall-like → Read More

Police: Former Eldridge, Iowa, cop charged with sexually abusing 14-year-old girl while on duty

A former Eldridge Police officer has been arrested for allegedly sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl while on-duty. → Read More

African-American Male Summit set for Oct. 9 at Rogalski Center

ASWAS Inc., A System Within A System, will host the 2021 African-American Male Summit at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9, at the Rogalski Center on the campus of St. Ambrose → Read More

Monument to honor the Americal Division to be dedicated at Rock Island Arsenal on Wednesday

A monument placed at Rock Island National Cemetery to honor the 23rd Infantry Division, known as the Americal Division, will be dedicated during a ceremony at 10 a.m. Wednesday. → Read More

LeClaire and city administrator Ball part ways

After six months on the job, LeClaire City Administrator Chris Ball and the city have parted ways, with council members accepting Ball’s resignation Thursday in a special meeting. → Read More

LeClaire and city administrator Ball part ways

After six months on the job, LeClaire City Administrator Chris Ball and the city have parted ways, with council members accepting Ball’s resignation Thursday in a special meeting. → Read More

Davenport residents shine at Bill Riley Iowa State Fair Talent Search

When Emma Strayer performed in the Bill Riley Iowa State Fair Talent Search in 2019, she made the semi-finals. → Read More

Drought conditions move into the Quad-City region

A drought that has plagued a good portion of northern Iowa throughout the year has crept into the Quad-City region creating for now drier-than-normal conditions that could begin to put → Read More

Davenport man gets 17 1/2-year federal sentence for child porn

A Davenport man has been sentenced to 17 ½ years in federal prison on child pornography charges. → Read More

Bix Beiderbecke Jazz Festival turns 50 this year. Here's what you need to know about the concerts.

The Bix Beiderbecke Jazz Festival returns for its 50th year on Thursday. → Read More

Bix Beiderbecke Jazz Festival turns 50 this year. Here's what you need to know about the concerts.

The Bix Beiderbecke Jazz Festival returns for its 50th year on Thursday. → Read More

Beautiful weather for the week before heat returns

Beautiful weather, with sunny skies, warm days and cool nights, is the forecast for this week through Thursday before the heat makes a return over the weekend. → Read More

First Ward Alderman Dunn announces re-election bid

Davenport Alderman Rick Dunn, 1st Ward, has announced he will seek for re-election for a fifth term. → Read More

Sunny, hot and humid sums up weekend forecast

Sunny, hot and humid. → Read More

Go Peds Jr. Bix @ 6 helps prepare kids for Friday Jr. Bix race

As 7-year-old Jackson Kuboushek was running his second lap around the Genesis Pediatric Therapy building Wednesday in Bettendorf for the Go Peds Jr. Bix at 6, physical therapist Katie Powers → Read More

Davenport man charged in Davenport shooting incident

A Davenport man is accused of being involved in a shooting incident Sunday afternoon, police said. → Read More