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A Quad-City meteorologist is headed to a warmer, but possibly stormier, climate.

After leading Renew Moline for the past six years, Janet Mathis has tendered her resignation as the organization's CEO and president, effectiv…

According to the City of Moline, the recently distributed AT&T Real Yellow Pages book contains incorrect listings for city offices.

I wish I still lived in Moline. If I did, I would vote for Mayor Scott Raes in the primary and mayor election. He is a Moline “lifer,” born an…

Because of rising levels of the Mississippi River, River Drive is closed from 23rd Street to 55th Street in Moline, according to the City of Moline.

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Passenger rail service from Chicago to the Quad-Cities has long been a priority for our region. This service is essential to the greater Quad-…

The city of Moline’s Planning and Development Department will hold four walk-in application sessions today, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in…

National Cart Marketing continues replacing lids on city sanitation carts in Moline this week.

The city of Moline will celebrate the contributions of public works professionals, as well as the community they serve, with a “Touch-A-Truck …

A mini-workshop will help educate homebuyers and homeowners about the assistance and funding resources available in the home purchasing process.