BURLINGTON STILL DOESN’T HAVE A FORMAL DOCUMENT TO SIGN WITH AMES-BASED VENU-WORKS, THE COMPANY IT WANTS TO HIRE TO MANAGE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM AND THE PORT.
Two Great River Health System employees were recognized statewide for their achievements.
Lately, larger quantities of purer methamphetamine produced by Mexican drug cartels and trafficking groups have been reported in Iowa, according to the Iowa Division of Narcotics Enforcement.
The Burlington Public Works Directors Office has announced that beginning tomorrow at 7am, reconstruction will start on the ADA Pedestrian Ramps along Mt. Pleasant Street from Cook to Chalfant.
A New London girl has been identified as the victim of a fatal accident Saturday night on Highway 34, near Jimtown Road.
THE BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL HOLDS ONE OF ITS TWICE-MONTHLY WORK SESSIONS THIS(MON) AFTERNOON AND WILL DISCUSS A NUMBER OF FINANCIAL MATTERS, INCLUDING THIS YEAR’S BUDGET…SOME AUDIT REPORTS…AND A SCHEDULE OF THE CITY’S BOND MATURITIES.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — New information shows that nearly half of the construction jobs created by a new $132 million state prison at Fort Madison went to out-of-state workers.
Monmouth College president announced a $75 million capital campaign for academic excellence Friday during a homecoming banquet.
One person was killed last night along Highway 34 in Danville and another was seriously injured.
A 12-year-old Monmouth boy on a bike was seriously injured around 7:15 this morning when he was hit by a pickup at the corner of 4th Avenue and South Main Street.