Burlington City Manager Jim Ferneau announced at the end of last(Mon) night’s Council meeting that Downtown Partners has two downtown parking irons in the fire — looking at some alterations to the current policy…and recommending…
The Burlington City Council voted 3-1 last(Mon) night to make curfew time for kids and young teens a little earlier.
Southeastern Community College officials and others symbolically broke ground yesterday(Mon) for a new, $10,000,000 health professions center.
The City of Hamilton’s Water Department has issued a boil order for all of Westview Drive.
We’ve talked about it before and today(Mon) it begins — Burlington city crews will start replacing the traffic signals at the intersections of 5th, 4th and 3rd Streets along Jefferson with 4-way stop signs.
Southeastern Community College will break ground on its main (West Burlington) campus this(Mon) afternoon for a 10-million dollar Health Professions Center, even though the school hasn’t awarded a contract for the building yet.
The Burlington City Council meets today(Mon) at 5:30 and will recognize City Clerk Kathleen Salisbury for 35 years of public service.
Authorities in Henry County caught up with three Burlington residents over the weekend on Burglary and Theft charges.
A Colorado man was seriously injured early this(Fri) morning in Dallas City…and where he was found sounds more like a plot from a TV show than reality.
Some good financial news for the City of Burlington — the State of Iowa’s Municipal Fire & Police Retirement System has lowered the employer contribution rate for 2015.