Burlington police and others with experience in forming neighborhood watch groups will hold a “how-to” meeting tomorrow(Thur) night at City Hall.
The West Burlington City Council and School Board will hold a joint meeting tonight(Weds) to discuss the ramifications of instituting a so-called “balanced calendar” in the school system.
The man who drowned in a pond near Sperry Monday night has been identified as 69-year-old Richard Duane Dowell of Burlington.
Burlington High School got its ACT scores back, and Principal Tom Messinger was able to give the school board some good news at last night’s meeting… “The Burlington High School students scored above the state…
Five of the six West Burlington City Council members(Kara Steward wasn’t there) each dumped 100, one-dollar bills on their heads last night, to raise money for ALS research.
Josh Royer waived his arraignment in Des Moines County court yesterday(Mon) and pled not guilty to First Degree Murder.
The investigation is incomplete, but local authorities say a 69-year old man apparently drowned last(Mon) night in a pond near Sperry.
Most people have been dumping buckets of ice water on themselves for the last couple weeks to raise awareness of ALS, but the West Burlington City Council has something else in mind.
Seven southeast Iowa counties are under a heat advisory until 8 o’clock tonight as high temperatures are forecast in the lower 90s with a heat index over 100 degrees.
The Burlington City Council holds one of its every-other-week work sessions today(Mon) and may talk some more about a proposed ordinance change that would allow backyard fire pits.