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The Eldridge Lions Club plans a Lion's Strides for Diabetes Awareness Walk. more
The corporate campus planned for Princeton now may include options for condo suites above business offices. more
Countryside Community Theatre will hold auditions for the holiday classic, “A Christmas Carol,” on Sunday, Sept. 23, from 1-4 p.m. at Boll’s Community Center in Princeton. more
Music aficionados and those steeped in patriotism will be in for a rare treat when “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band takes to the Adler Theater stage in downtown Davenport on Thursday, Oct. 25. more
Thirty-one John Glenn grade schoolers emerged unharmed Friday afternoon after their bus slid into a gravel-road ditch near Donahue. more
“I believe we got played.” more
Slopertown Road will remain closed west of Buttermilk at least another week, possibly longer, due to rain. more
A North Scott school bus has been involved in an accident on 130th Avenue, north of Donahue. According to the Scott County Sheriff's Department, no injuries are reported and another bus is en route to pick up the students. more
AMES, Iowa—Bulb forcing can bring the bright colors and fragrances of spring indoors during winter. Tulips can be forced indoors from December through March, if steps are taken in the fall to prepare the bulbs. Iowa State University Extension and Outreach horticulturists share tips on having tulips blooming indoors during winter. To have additional questions answered, contact the horticulture hotline at hortline@iastate.edu or call 515-294-3108. more
A basement remodeling project can add valuable and usable space to a home. For many years, homeowners overlooked the potential of a basement remodel, perhaps thinking it would not be a smart return on investment. But that's no longer the case. more
Freezing temperatures may be good for ice skating or building snowmen, but sub-freezing temperatures can be dangerous for the average person and his or her home. more
By the time autumn hits full swing, many trees will have shed their leaves for the season, and the last vestiges of red, yellow and orange magic will have faded to brown. Raking, blowing and collecting leaves becomes the primary chores of lawn and yard maintenance, and presents most homeowners with large piles of gathered leaves to tend to. more
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