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1. 'The Storm' rolls in 

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A small amount of grant dollars and a big lift from Quad-City librarians has pushed a community discussion on how to best help children to act…

A dinner with the whole family together: That's the wish of Milton and Tamera Wells.

Blazing fast growth at MindFire Communications has again earned the LeClaire marketing company a spot on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing…

  • John Schultz, QUAD-CITY TIMES

Katy Reynolds, left, a mentor with the Illinois Student Assistance Commission, helps Yolanda Vargas on the computer Wednesday.

  • John Schultz, QUAD-CITY TIMES

Christian Sotero, 14, of Moline, finds a quiet place to do homework.

  • John Schultz, QUAD-CITY TIMES

Emmanuel Raya, 13, plays pingpong Wednesday as Isaiah Flores 12, both of Moline, watches, Wednesday.

  • John Schultz, QUAD-CITY TIMES

John Deere Middle School seventh- and eighth-graders look over YouTube videos Wednesday at The Club, a center for teens operated by the Boys &…

  • John Schultz, QUAD-CITY TIMES

The Club, 1122 5th Ave., Moline, was made possible by donations, fundraisers, grants and “in-kind” contributions from various contractors.

  • John Schultz, QUAD-CITY TIMES

Courtney Hall, left, a computer lab outreach department mentor with the Illinois Student Assistance Commission, works with students Wednesday …