Michael Slyter, owner of QC Custom Tees & More in Silvis, was just brainstorming with staff when the proverbial light bulb went on and they came up with an idea. Through his Facebook page, Slyter is offering a link to various restaurants that they can pass on to their best customers, or anyone that wants to help out. Anyone purchasing a T-shirt or a hoody, he will give $5 to that restaurant.
The designation means the company will be allowed to stay open.
As a Scott County resident Saturday became the first person who lives in the Quad-Cities to test positive for COVID-19, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker said he's planning to ease regulations to let doctors work across Illinois and border states more easily.
In the midst of an animated conversation with a fellow rider, Rock Island's James Scott marched off the bus Friday afternoon, shaking his head and waving his arms.
At the beginning of the week, as the coronavirus pandemic surged, public officials focused on workplaces. Now as one of the most extraordinary work weeks in generations turns to the weekend, public officials are focusing on the home front.
Steve Coulston stared out the large picture window at his Rock Island barbershop at an empty 30th Street.
They stood, dressed in medical gloves, gowns and masks, jostled by the gusting winds, gathering information and dispensing care to those in need.
From nervous to 'think positive,' Quad-Citians react to COVID-19
It’s hard to believe it was only little more than a week ago that President Trump was halting European travel and the Grand Parade, a Quad-Cities St. Patrick's Day tradition, was being canceled.
Spring break is now over in every district in the Quad-Cities. But instead of helping their kids get back into the swing of things in school, parents are buckling down to figure out what they’ll do to keep the kids occupied, entertained, and educated while schools are closed.
A man in his 60s has become the first person to test positive for COVID-19 in Rock Island County.
The governors of Illinois and Iowa took to live video streams Sunday, offering updates on the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, in thei…
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There was cautious optimism in the manufacturing sector about a month ago when Deere & Company beat analyst predictions on its first-quarter financials.
Davenport businesses affected by COVID-19 are asked to fill out a survey today.