Here are the latest updates about the coronavirus and its impact on the Quad-Cities.
The owner of Uptown Bar and Grill has won an appeal with the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals to obtain a liquor license that had been denied him by the city of Davenport earlier this year.
There will be some excitement in the air Friday at restaurant/bars like the Steel Plow Burger Company in Moline and Kavanaugh’s Hilltop Bar & Grill in Rock Island for the first time all spring. And it’s not just because it’s warmer outside.
Restaurants and bars with outdoor dining and drinking can begin serving customers on site for the first time since March.
Health guidelines will continue to guide how business in Illinois opens back up amid COVID-19.
Being closed for more than two months because of the COVID-19 pandemic has meant a crippling loss of revenue for cultural institutions such as Bettendorf's Family Museum, the Niabi Zoo in Coal Valley and the Figge Art Museum in Davenport.
While the rock band Shinedown’s Aug. 6 show at the Mississippi Valley Fair has been rescheduled to 2021, the rest of the fair is expected to go on as planned Aug. 4-9.
Rock Island-Milan school board members got a glimpse of the $2.1 million planned addition for Washington Junior High School in Rock Island. The work is supposed to increase flow and space for students while also increasing security.
DES MOINES — Gov. Kim Reynolds and a top state public health official said Wednesday the contact tracing information-gathering process is one reason the state does not voluntarily identify new coronavirus outbreaks at businesses like food processing plants until asked by media members.
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DES MOINES — If you’re looking for your federal stimulus money, officials with the U.S. Department of the Treasury want you do know the prepaid debit card — not a check — is in the mail.