CAMBRIDGE — The Henry County Board will remain at 20 board members following action Thursday night.
Davenport currently employs a talent & inclusion administrator position within the city’s Human Resources Department.
Rock Island city council members met Monday night for a planning session to conduct an analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to the city, naming the loss of residents and difficulty in filling city positions as some of the city's weaknesses.
Individuals can still pick up packages and held mail at the downtown post office, 933 W 2nd St., as well as drop off pre-paid packages to mail.
The Rock Island County Health Department reported 100 new cases of COVID-19 since Friday, 68 of them in people age 30 or younger. The average age of newly infected patients is 34.
The Federal Office of Personnel and Management approved a 25% retention pay increase for all officers and staff at USP Thomson in an effort to keep the prison from losing employees.
Eldridge City Council members will discuss the contents of an investigation into complaints by and against the Eldridge city administrator next week.
Two women are running for the five-member Eldridge City Council, which is currently all men. And the Eldridge mayor has a challenger this election cycle. Here's a look at the races:
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MUSCATINE --- Chad Bishop acknowledges he is not an aspiring musical artist, and that a million-dollar record deal is not likely in his future.
Quad-Cities bike-trail users are appealing a lawsuit decision to the Iowa Supreme Court after a judge ruled in May that the City of Riverdale could keep a gate erected by the city government to block a cut-through between two trail end points.
The city of Davenport will pay its insurance carrier approximately $260,000 as part of a settlement in a wrongful termination lawsuit filed by a former Davenport fire chief.
Democrat Jeff Deppe has announced his candidacy for state Representative, Illinois House District 72.
The LeClaire Fire Department is looking for community donations to offset the costs of the memorial. Work has begun for the memorial, which Leclaire fire plans to have wrapped up before the Sept. 11 dedication service.
The city of Davenport will hold off on renewing a liquor license for a Davenport bar following a recent shooting.
A plan to give all Rock Island County employees one-time bonuses from American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds has stalled.
Quad-Cities firefighters Chris Elliott and Matt Lawson went to Louisiana to assist in rescue and recovery efforts after Hurricane Ida pummeled the Gulf Coast. They're part of an Illinois mutual aid task force that deploys during disasters.