It won’t be long before we start seeing signs, pointing the way to various local attractions.
West Burlington’s Acting Police Chief announced last(Weds) night that new patrolman Ed Parker will hit the streets next Monday.
After a nearly two-day outage, the Illinois State Police District-14 non-emergency phone is back on-line.
Lee County’s Narcotics Task Force has arrested a Ft. Madison senior citizen on methamphetamine charges.
The West Burlington School Board said “yes” Monday night to a 6.75-million dollar bond referendum and plans for additions, renovations and other updates to the elementary and middle & high schools.
The Iowa Senate’s Oversight Committee plans to hold a public hearing to ask state officials why the new state prison in Fort Madison hasn’t opened.
A well-known local developer approached the Burlington City Council last(Mon) night, saying he shouldn’t have to install sprinklers in his new condos…the “Masters” development…on Florence Avenue.
It looks like the Burlington City Council will have trouble deciding whether to appoint or elect someone to fill Becky Shockley’s empty seat.
There was very little discussion yesterday(Mon), before the Burlington City Council voted unanimously to hire a Des Moines area firm to do a flood mitigation study of the riverfront.
If you own property in Des Moines County, your first-half payment is due tomorrow(Tues).