The art is displayed in the windows of 1608 and 1808 Second Ave., Rock Island.
A good Friday to all. A cold front will be moving through the area today bringing with it a chance of thunderstorms and wind.
After a tough loss last Friday, Rock Island football has moved on to its matchup with UT. While the game hurt, the Rocks know they still have the chance to meet all their goals and make the playoffs.
A Rock Island attorney was disbarred during the Illinois Supreme Court's September Term of Court. Two other local attorneys had their licenses suspended.
A good Thursday. Gusty winds and falling temps go hand in hand with the turn of the season. And Mother Nature did not disappoint.
Rock Island city council members met Monday night for a planning session to conduct an analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to the city, naming the loss of residents and difficulty in filling city positions as some of the city's weaknesses.
A good Wednesday to all. A fall-like day ushers in the first day of Autumn. Fall officially arrives at 2:21 p.m. today.
Rock Island's Htee Soe recorded a hat trick in an emotional Public Schools Stadium in Rock Island. The Rocks defeated United Township 4-3, but tonight was more than just a game.
High School soccer fans brought flags from all over the world to the Rocky vs. UT game Tuesday.
Bayside Bistro owners Darryl and Latisha Howlett announced last week their plans to open a second location, this one in Rock Island.
New restaurants are on the rise in the Quad-Cities. Check out a few that have opened or are in the works:
A charter bus driver who refused to let high school soccer players with a Mexican flag onto his bus last week has been fired.
A good Tuesday to all. Today will be noticeably cooler as the Quad-Cities settles into more seasonable weather.
The commercial bus company, Tri-State Travel, will donate a bus for the team's next away game and throw the team a pizza party.
The Rock Island Police Department responded to two shootings Saturday, according to the department's incident reports.
After about 100 years of serving Rock Island, the YWCA decided it was time for a new facility.
A good Monday to all. Today will be another hot day with thunderstorms later. Then things will cool down just in time for the first day of fall.
The Rock Island High School soccer team had to reschedule a game Thursday after the team stood together in support of players who weren't allowed on the bus while holding a Mexican flag.
Moline dominated from start to finish in its 63-0 blowout win over Rock Island on Friday. The Maroons ran for over 300 yards and forced six turnovers in one of the most lopsided games in the long running rivalry.
The bus driver was from a charter company the district had hired to transport the team.