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North Scott School Board members approved a 2019-2020 school calendar that begins Friday, Aug. 23, includes two full weeks off Dec. 23 to Jan. 3, over Christmas and New Year's, a March 16-20 spring break, and wraps up June 3. more
Scott County Sheriff Tim Lane’s request for 10 new hires brought scrutiny from new Scott County Supervisor Ken Croken, who said more sheriff’s resources should be directed to Davenport, Bettendorf and other towns. more
Victor and Michele Gorsch may proceed with a new subdivision on 33 rural county acres just west of Long Grove in the 15300 block of 270th Street. more
View the Eldridge Police report from the Jan. 30 NSP! more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the Jan. 30 NSP! more
The winter of 2019 is littering highway medians and ditches with abandoned cars, busting plow and patrol budgets, gobbling up salt supplies and pushing the North Scott school year into June. more
Nearly 50 Eldridge residents looked ahead 10 years and saw sidewalks and trails extended throughout town, more stores and workplaces, and planned growth so their town never is swallowed up by the burgeoning Quad-City metroplex. more
In partnership with the Joyce & Tony Singh Family Foundation, the Nahant Marsh Education Center will be presenting the First Annual Oberholtzer Awards on Feb. 23 at the Modern Woodmen Park in Davenport. more
Offer prayers for the victims of human trafficking 2 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 27, at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, 3510 W. Central Park Ave., Davenport. more
The Eldridge VFW Post 6174 will host a trivia night on Saturday, Jan. 26, at the Eldridge Community Center as a benefit for Honor Flight of the Quad-Cities and the QC Veterans Outreach Center in Davenport. more
The Dani Lynn Howe Band will entertain at the Grand Mound Volunteer Fire Department dance on Saturday, Jan. 26, at the Grand Mound Community Center. more
A record number of Iowans are saying “yes” to organ, tissue, and eye donation resulting in hundreds of lives saved in 2018. Iowa Donor Network (IDN) reports that in 2018, Iowa had the highest number of organ donors in the state’s history. In total, 74 deceased donors gave the gift of life which resulted in 248 organs transplanted, also the most ever in Iowa’s history. IDN credits the record with giving, caring Iowans and an innovative and responsive healthcare system. more
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