Liz Boardman, Quad-City Times

Liz Boardman

Quad-City Times

Davenport, IA, United States

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It's not too late to leaf peep! Here's where to head this weekend.

Need a socially-distanced getaway? We're just past peak for fall foliage in the Quad-Cities, but for the cost of a tank of gas, you can still enjoy eye-popping leaf peeping → Read More

Quad-Cities COVID-19 death toll rises by 2

Two more people have died of COVID-19 in the Quad-Cities. → Read More

Genesis Health Systems wants kids to create face covering designs

Genesis Health Systems is asking students to create original face covering designs to promote community-wide mask use. → Read More

Scott County records its 11th death from COVID-19

Scott County had an additional death from COVID-19 reported today. → Read More

COVID hospitalizations increasing in the Quad-Cities

Hospitalization rates for COVID-19 patients in the Quad-Cities are increasing. → Read More

Is it cold enough in the Quad-Cities to freeze an egg on the sidewalk?

On sweltering summer days, the Quad-City Times newsroom could count on long-time columnist Bill Wundram to say "It's hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk." → Read More

RAGBRAI: There's another race in Davenport

The running of the 44th Quad-City Times Bix 7 isn't the only sporting event in Davenport today. The 46th Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa, or RAGBRAI, will officially → Read More

Illinois State Police urge caution on the roads

Illinois State Police is discouraging noncritical travel because of icy roads. → Read More

Happy Joe's eyes national expansion

An iconic Quad-Cities pizza chain has joined forces with a restaurant holding group, with an eye toward national expansion. → Read More

Davenport police searching for parents of boy found on Tremont Ave.

Davenport Police are searching for the parents/guardians of a 3- to 4-year-old boy with brown hair and brown eyes, who was located in the 2400 block of Tremont Ave. at → Read More

Missing man located

Update: Donald Baker has been located. → Read More

IMEG merges with McClure Engineering

Building engineering firm IMEG's expansion continues with an announcement Wednesday of its latest merger, with McClure Engineering Associates Inc. → Read More

Expect traffic delays during Red, White and Boom

Motorists should be alert for pedestrians and expect traffic delays during tonight's Red, White and Boom event, Davenport Police advise. → Read More

Trump not against wind energy, Grassley says

Sen. Chuck Grassley, who once said Donald Trump would end a tax incentive for wind energy production “over my dead body,” doesn’t think the president has a “case out against → Read More

River rescue underway at Ben Butterworth Parkway

Breaking: Multiple agencies involved river rescue at Ben Butterworth Parkway. → Read More

2 suffer life-threatening injuries in Locust Street crash

Two people — both drivers of sports utility vehicles — were seriously injured in a head-on collision about 7:12 p.m. Monday on the 2300 block of Locust Street near Jersey → Read More

Two suffer life-threatening injuries in Locust Street crash

Two people — both drivers of sports utility vehicles — were seriously injured in a head-on collision about 7:12 p.m. Monday on the 2300 block of Locust Street near Jersey → Read More

Correction

The May 22 story about J.B. Young Opportunity Center incorrectly identified the groups that run the Madison Market food pantry. It is run by Riverbend Foodbank and St. Paul Lutheran Church. → Read More

Correction

In Sunday's girls tennis report of Pleasant Valley defeating Bettendorf for a trip to the team state quarterfinal, the Bulldogs' Hannah Borgh was misidentified for winning at No. 2 singles. → Read More

BREAKING: Muscatine Mayor Broderson impeached on unanimous vote

DEVELOPING: Muscatine City Council voted unanimously to remove Mayor Diana Broderson. Council did not have any discussion and would not comment. → Read More