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Wapsi Willy’s tournaments a go; Supervisors also grant variances for Park View subdivision

Wapsi Willy’s and its neighbors have agreed to let volleyball and bags tournaments proceed outside the restaurant, as long as there’s no loud music or bright lights and they wrap up by 10 … more

Artist’s Vault opens summer show July 7

Five area artists will showcase works through August for a special Summer of Arts showing that opens with a reception on Friday, July 7, from 5 to 8 p.m., at the Artist’s Vault in downtown … more

Quad City CVB Visitor Center plans move

The Quad Cities Convention and Visitor Bureau will move its visitor center from Union Station in Davenport to the South Hall of the RiverCenter this fall. Planning to take its place at Union Station … more

County discourages Eldridge financing plan

Scott County Supervisors again are urging Eldridge not to use tax increment financing to help pay for public infrastructure. The supervisors voted June 29 to advise Eldridge council members to … more

Time to relax in Eldridge

Members of the Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce were on hand for the ribbon cutting at Relax and Revitalize, a new business located at 120 S. Sixth Ave., inside the Fahrenkrog Building. From … more

Chicago's Corner Farmacy" – Eldridge native brings fresh meals to the Windy City streets

A love for food and a penchant for promoting healthy eating have landed a small-town Iowa girl behind the wheel and over the oven of one of Chicago’s most popular food trucks. With the Chicago … more

Facebook founder gets real in Walcott

Most everyone on the Internet has heard of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. And most everyone who lives in or has traveled through Scott County on Interstate 80 has heard of the Iowa 80 Truckstop, … more

Dollar General taking shape in Walcott

Work is under way on the site for a Dollar General store that’s being built in Walcott. The store will be located at 1113 N. Main St., on land that is now occupied by a vacant, formerly … more

Princeton couple has plans for Kernans: New restaurant expected to open later this year

The old Kernans restaurant shuttered in Princeton for a decade will reopen this year as the Princeton Ale House. Princeton residents Jackie and Jim Nelson and their partner, Choen Lane, intend to … more

First Central celebrates 50th anniversary

First Central State Bank celebrated its 50th anniversary Monday, June 12. Under the guidance of its executive team and board of directors, the bank has grown to include four branches and $350 million … more
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