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A new state audit disclosed 16 critical findings of Princeton financial oversight, including an improperly enacted garbage rate increase, some unreconciled account balances, and a continuing lack of a second signature or oversight on monthly bills. more
Scott County's 7 percent COVID-19 positive tests remains among the state's highest, lower than Muscatine 9 percent, but higher than Polk, Johnson, Blackhawk and Clinton counties, at 5 percent or lower. more
The Quad Cities River Bandits will offer a free game ticket voucher to anyone getting a COVID-19 vaccination at Modern Woodmen Park this Saturday, May 8, between 9 a.m. and noon.  more
Scott County employers welcome North Scott students at apprenticeship signing day, April 19 at the Waterfront Center in Bettendorf. more
The Cornbelt Running Club’s 24-Hour Run will return to the North Scott High School track in Eldridge the weekend of May 15-16, after a year off due to Covid. more
View the Eldridge Police report from the May 5 NSP! more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the May 5 NSP! more
Chris Parker is ready to create at 3G Barbecue, his new Eldridge restaurant. more
Walcott mayor John Kosticheck, center, cuts a ribbon Friday on an improved Wescott Park.  more
Veteran Eldridge police Sgt. Joe Sisler accepted council appointment as interim chief in a contentious council meeting Monday night that revealed simmering conflicts between mayor Marty O’Boyle and council member Bruce Cheek. more
For years, the state auditor warned Buffalo, like most other smaller Iowa town councils, to get more eyes on city fiscal documents. more
It was shortly before 5 p.m. on Friday, April 23. Phone calls between Eldridge mayor Marty O’Boyle and police chief Dave Kopatich are routine, but this one was different. more
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