About three dozen people attended a legislative forum over the weekend, hosted by State Senator Tom Courtney and Representative Dennis Cohoon.
Burlington’s NAACP chapter is hosting its 26th annual Martin Luther King Jr. dinner tonight(Mon) at Memorial Auditorium.
The Burlington City Council meets twice tonight(Mon)…the first time at 5:30 in regular session to hold a hearing and then sell some property at 903 South 5th Street…followed by a trio of resolutions…one of which…
Governor Branstad is proposing that the state-run Mental Health Institutes in Clarinda and Mount Pleasant be closed this summer.
The West Burlington School Board interviewed three candidates and appointed Wayne Ross to the board.
Southeastern Community College’s governing board has given its seal of approval to a local contractor for the new Health Professions Center on the West Burlington campus.
The Burlington City Council began its budget process last(Thur) night with “the new guy,” DESCOM Emergency Communications Director Johnny Platt, who wasted no time in asking for more help.
The Burlington City Council begins focusing on next year’s budget this evening (Thur).
The chairman of the Oversight Committee in the Iowa House is planning a field trip to Fort Madison on Friday, January 23rd.
Yet another robbery to report in Burlington…this one at the corner of Washington and Shields around 10:15 Tuesday night.