At a quiet table inside Panera Bread, 4044 38th Ave. in Moline, Jim Clayton and Ed Chambers, both 59, have a Bible open between them.
Sarah is a reporter for the Dispatch-Argus-QCOnline.com.
Black Hawk College student Dane Dolph, 20, said impeachment proceedings against President Trump are a waste of time on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019.
Across the Quad-Cities opinions on the impeachment proceedings ranged from outrage to apathy, and from support to disgust.
Ed Chambers, (left) and Jim Clayton, discuss impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump during a break at Panera Bread in Moline o…
ROCK ISLAND -- An attempt to turn Rock Island County into a gun sanctuary has been rejected by county officials.
ROCK ISLAND -- City officials are proposing a property tax rate increase of 6.67 percent in the city's portion of the tax bill to help bridge …
DES MOINES — Mia Mayberry, former vice chair of the Rock Island County Board, has been hired by the presidential campaign organization of Kama…
OTTAWA — Oral arguments were held Wednesday in the appeal of a lawsuit filed to stop demolition of the historic Rock Island County courthouse.
MOLINE — A long-awaited passenger rail line from Moline to Chicago has received another extension for $177 million in federal funding.