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Donahue welcomes residents and visitors to a business expo, community update, and open house at the town’s renovated maintenance building 1-3 p.m., Sunday, April 14. more
Eldridge Mayor Frank King dismissed two more members of the city utility board Friday, alleging Paula Steward and Barb O’Brien breached fiduciary duties by not complying with his and council’s demands. more
It’s official: North Scott sports fans will see a familiar face once again patrolling the sidelines of The Pit come boys’ basketball season. more
Behren Radech can dunk a basketball. For a friend though, he was willing to miss a few times. more
Eldridge Mayor Frank King dismissed two more members of the city utility board Friday, alleging Paula Steward and Barb O’Brien breached fiduciary duties by not complying with his and council’s demands. more
Supervisors approved 10 new county positions, and boosted salaries and benefits of five others to add $577,816 to the county’s annual payroll. more
Rising property values allowed Scott County supervisors to keep the urban property tax rate the same, and cut the rural route, while collecting even more property tax dollars next year. more
Wells Ferry Road will close this spring for replacement of two bridges under a $1.9 million contract awarded by Scott County supervisors more
A central Iowa physician who was criminally convicted of sexual abuse in February has agreed to the revocation of his medical license. more
Hahn concrete trucks lay down a new First Street March 29 in Long Grove. more
Eva Lubben of Long Grove, a senior at North Scott High School, finished first March 23 in the inaugural Tom Narak Four-Way Test speech contest sponsored by North Scott Rotary. more
An aging mobile home park on the north side of Davenport has for nearly two decades avoided upgrading its wastewater treatment system and excessively polluted a creek that flows through the city, according to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. more
A riverfront tree-trimmer takes down dead wood on the Princeton riverfront, carefully dropping sections into a bin below. more
About 10 employees of a Keokuk company might have been exposed to airborne asbestos when they demolished several buildings northwest of that town last year, according to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. more
Eager egg hunters scoop up Easter treats. more
The Iowa Senate sent legislation to the governor that would require additional documentation and certain restrictions for emotional support animals in Iowa rental properties. more
North Scott Rotarians visited John Glenn Elementary School on March 21 as part of club president Tracy Lindaman’s “Pay It Forward” initiative. more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the April 3 NSP! more
View the Eldridge Police report from the April 3 NSP! more
Emmet County in far northern Iowa is the lone remaining county in the state with no confirmed presence of a beetle that kills ash trees, according to the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship. more
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