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NS trap shooter joins Princeton business boom

Add a young North Scott grad to the growing list of entrepreneurs expanding businesses in Princeton. more

Mayoral battle in Long Grove: Voters will decide council contests in Eldridge, Blue Grass, LeClaire and Walcott

Incumbent Long Grove mayor Mike Limberg will face retired city clerk Jackie Wilcox in the county’s only contested mayoral race this year. more

O’Boyle seeks third term; Wilcox to challenge Limberg in Long Grove

Eldridge Mayor Marty O’Boyle and council members Frank King and Brian Dockery say they will seek reelection. more

Long Grove utility bids come in under budget; City council sets trick or treat night for Tuesday, Oct. 31

Long Grove’s plan to bury power lines and add remote controls for an underground well pump came in at less than half the $40,000 budgeted, council members learned Sept. 12. more

Park View stops McCubbin payments

Park View has stopped paying public works manager Joel McCubbin. more

Problems in Park View: Solutions sought for brown tap water and absentee landlords

Park View residents faced their future Sept. 13 in simultaneous meetings just 1,500 feet apart. more

New permanent homecoming route?

Thursday’s homecoming parade route may become permanent, Eldridge Police Chief Dave Kopatich told the city council Monday. more

Deadline for mayor, city council nominations is Sept. 21 - Many area towns will have seats open on November ballot

Thursday, Sept. 21 at 5 p.m. is the deadline for candidates to file nomination papers with the Scott County Auditor to place their names on ballots for the Nov. 7 city elections. more

Eldridge council sets fees for rental properties

Eldridge will launch rental property permits Oct. 1, but waive all fees this year under an ordinance council members initially approved Sept. 5. more

Finding love in war: Dixon’s newest vets plan new home

Eric Ciampi’s grandfather advised, “Trova la pace nella guerra,” or “Find peace in war,” when the young Massachusetts man was deployed to the Middle East. more

Grissom principal to head park board in Princeton

Grissom Elementary principal Michael Kline has accepted appointment as Princeton Park Board chairman, taking a spot on a committee that’s been tough to fill. more

Eldridge to regulate rental property – Council aims to start licensing and inspections Oct. 1

Eldridge is one month away from a new rental property code instituting new landlord permits, tenant background checks, property inspection procedures and the leverage that city officials hope is rarely needed to shut down a nuisance property. more
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