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The owner of the historic Tama Building in Burlington got word on Saturday night that fire ripped through his building, bringing it to its knees. [Read More]
UPDATE: The City of Burlington released the following statement in regards to the progression of the floodwall. The first phase of the floodwall... [Read More]
Gail Ethier enjoys working with her hands. It's relaxing. A way for her to unwind. Ethier is wired. She creates detailed pieces of art. Especially... [Read More]
It's a first. Burlington is getting a new, multi-million dollar flood protection wall. It's about fourteen hundred feet and will protect the city from up... [Read More]
A Muscatine couple calls it "God's House." Melissa and Jeff Osborne bought the former Saint Mary's Rectory from the Diocese of Davenport a few years... [Read More]
It's all in the family. Two brothers and a sister who own and operate a business which continues to be a fixture in Kewanee. [Read More]
Some big doings are in the works at Rivermont Collegiate in Bettendorf. The prep school is going global. Headmaster C. Max Roach says the school... [Read More]
Pairing academics with business. It's a partnership between Eastern Iowa Community College and EON Reality. EON is one of the premier virtual reality companies... [Read More]
They are crafty in a very good and gifted way. Husband and wife. Ken and Rose Nuernberger. Their apartment at Ridgecrest Village in Davenport is... [Read More]
Fran Riley gives you a tour of a 100 year old barn at the Lilienthal Farm near Durant, now a beautiful venue for weddings and... [Read More]
Mitch Dettman is back in familiar territory. The Davenport Central High School graduate has a business presence in his hometown. Dettman owns The Full... [Read More]
Putting pen to paper. Going from right to left. Sometimes even using an upside down approach. Eighty year old Karen Schmidt from Moline is all... [Read More]
A small business in Geneseo is having a big impact on that Henry County community. Greg Ryner is a first time business owner. A few... [Read More]
Games are the great equalizer at a downtown Davenport business. There are dozens of them to choose from. The Analog Arcade Bar is a throwback... [Read More]
The bell tower is a shining star. Forest Grove Number Five is getting plenty of attention. The former one room country school in Bettendorf is... [Read More]
He's the pastor of a Methodist church, but also paints art on motorcycles - hoping to make a statement about the heart and soul. [Read More]
"If you see something, say something." That's what Moline Police are reminding students following the tragedy earlier this week at a Florida high school. ... [Read More]
A veteran Davenport firefighter has good vibes about what's taking place in the city's downtown. Sean Terrell bought the former Emeis Automotive Service building for... [Read More]
It's a cottage business. She runs it from her home. Connie Jurgs uses thread, needle, and computer. The Davenport business owner is a quilter.... [Read More]
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