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Past articles by Collin:

Brady Street MLK park project makes new progress

After Wednesday’s Davenport Committee of the Whole meeting, the MLK Park project on Brady street is one small step closer to construction. → Read More

Moline gets public guidance on new broadband provider

If you’re in Moline and looking for internet at home, there’s really only Mediacom as an option. After a public input meeting at the Moline Public Library, the city is one step closer to changing that. → Read More

Bill strengthens Iowa elder abuse laws

As of July 1st, Senate File 522 has put specific criminal penalties for elder abuse into Iowa law. → Read More

Bill strengthens Iowa elder abuse laws

As of July 1st, Senate File 522 has put specific criminal penalties for elder abuse into Iowa law. → Read More

Davenport chooses design firm for new riverfront park

Soon, the City of Davenport will have an idea of what to expect from a project years in the making. → Read More

Rock Island County warns parents not to leave children in cars

As temperatures continue to rise, officials are reminding everyone: never leave children or pets alone in a hot car. → Read More

Davenport city council shortens July 4th fireworks hours

The Davenport city council has voted to amend a city ordinance to shorten the time frame fireworks can be used on July 3rd and 4th by four hours. → Read More

Bettendorf schools host workshop to address parent concerns

Around 200 parents attended a work session Wednesday night at the Riverfront Center in Bettendorf. → Read More

Rock Island family cat found killed

Steve Havercamp says his family’s cat Milo was funny, friendly, and inquisitive. → Read More

Davenport breaks ground on Veterans Memorial Park expansion

Veterans Memorial Park has officially entered phase two of an update that began a decade ago. → Read More

Clock Inc. welcomes community to 2nd Grand Opening

It was a day full of emotion and new beginnings at Clock Inc. in Rock Island. → Read More

Changes to Iowa unemployment head to governor’s desk

Significant changes to Iowa’s unemployment benefits are right around the corner. → Read More

Quad Cities community fights summer food insecurity

The summer is a time for vacations, cookouts, and fun, but it’s also a time when food insecurity can rise. → Read More

Bettendorf debuts online road construction map

The new road construction feature on the city of Bettendorf website includes everything from the timeline of projects to their cost. → Read More

West Lake Park beach unlikely to reopen this summer

The Scott County Conservation Board is considering whether or not the beach at West Lake Park will finally reopen this summer. → Read More

OSF HealthCare expands emergency room resources in Monmouth

Before the new emergency department at OSF HealthCare Holy Family Medical Center in Monmouth starts serving patients in a few weeks, staff held a blessing and dedication ceremony. → Read More

Local libraries celebrate National Library Outreach Day

The range of resources at a library is wider than people might think. National Library Outreach Day gives the bundle of library programs that are less obvious their time to shine. → Read More

Sauk Valley communities raise recovery resource awareness

The Rock Falls Police Department has adopted a program and joined a partnership they want the entire community to know about. → Read More

Grand Mound residents speak on proposed solar project

The residents of Grand Mound, Iowa are making their voices heard regarding a proposed solar power project. → Read More

QC Botanical Center to expand Children’s Garden

The Quad City Botanical Center is adding a “Storybook Landscapes” area with a state grant announced this month. → Read More