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  • Month Old Trash Pile Disappears Thanks to ‘Good Deed’

    Posted on: 3:57 pm, September 18, 2012, by , updated on: 04:01pm, September 18, 2012

    For one Quad Cities family it’s a sight that hasn’t been seen for weeks, a garbage truck that’s long overdue....
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  • Trash Piling Up for County Waste Inc. Customers

    Posted on: 3:10 pm, September 17, 2012, by , updated on: 09:24am, September 18, 2012

    Some customers are having trouble getting a local company to pick up trash they are contracted to haul away.
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  • Dixon Hopes to put Silver Lining on Crundwell Scandal

    Posted on: 5:25 pm, September 14, 2012, by

    For the better part of this year, a cloud has hung over the City of Dixon, Illinois. Ever since Rita...
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  • Concerns Over Public Access at Dock Site

    Posted on: 2:20 pm, September 13, 2012, by

    At yesterday’s Levy Improvement Commission members nearly unanimously approved a proposal to replace the old Dock Restaurant with a new...
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  • New Proposal Levels Davenport’s Dock Restaurant

    Posted on: 4:02 pm, September 12, 2012, by

    Davenport’s Levy Improvement Commission has approved a proposal to demolish the building that once housed the riverfront “Dock Restaurant.” Raufeilsen...
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  • Galesburg Residents Say “Not In My Backyard” to Proposed Motel Development

    Posted on: 5:11 pm, September 11, 2012, by

      The signs are loud and clear in Northern Galesburg. City leaders want to rezone and develop 27 acres of...
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  • Toxic Mold Threatens Corn Crop

    Posted on: 6:32 pm, September 6, 2012, by

      It’s been a rough year for area farmers, but now many are wondering if their corn crops that have...
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  • Fertilizer Plant Chooses Lee County; Some Wonder If ‘NIMBY’ Is To Blame

    Posted on: 4:53 pm, September 5, 2012, by

    After months of debating zoning issues, the biggest single capital investment in state history, plans for a massive 1.3 billion...
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  • Fire Damages Double in Galesburg

    Posted on: 4:34 pm, September 4, 2012, by

    Galesburg firefighters have been scrambling this summer. It’s not that they’re seeing more fires; it’s just that many of the...
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  • Politicans ‘Final Push’ Begins on Labor Day

    Posted on: 4:11 pm, September 3, 2012, by , updated on: 05:16pm, September 3, 2012

    A staple at Labor Day Parades everywhere, politicians and candidates will tell you this holiday weekend marks the start of...
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  • River Drive Re-Opening Can’t Come Soon Enough

    Posted on: 4:46 pm, August 31, 2012, by

    It’s the end of the summer, and for a handful of Davenport businesses, hopefully the end of construction season. “Our...
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  • Arsenal Drill Simulates Terrorist Attack

    Posted on: 3:49 pm, August 30, 2012, by

    More than 40 volunteer actors helped emergency responders on the Rock Island Arsenal practice dealing with a simulated terrorist attack....
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