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City of Rock Island

A couple of communities have already declared snow emergencies.

WVIK News

The fate of a vacant downtown building could be decided Monday night by the Rock Island city council. The owner of the First National Bank at 17th Street and 2nd Avenue, Modern Woodmen, is appealing an attempt by the Rock Island Preservation Society to have it declared a landmark.

Dr. Stephen Hager

This winter, fewer bald eagles are spending time along the Mississippi River near the Quad Cities. Michelle O'Neill reports the reason may be mild weather plus other factors.


A private company is interested in taking over water and wastewater service in Rock Island from the city. Monday night Illinois American Water will make a presentation to the city council.

https://www.weather.gov/media/dvn/sitreport/SitReport1.pdf / National Weather Service of the Quad Cities

For more information click HEREWinter Snow WATCH SitReport by Michelle O'Neill on Scribd (Source)

Illinois Dept. of Agriculture

The state is preparing to fight an invasive species in northern Illinois again this year. And starting Monday it will hold meetings to explain the Gypsy Moth treatment program.

- midwestern bankers are optimistic about the economy,

Winter Storm Coming

12 hours ago
National Weather Service

The National Weather Service says the Quad Cities could receive a lot of snow in the next couple of days.


Princeton Sidewalk & Trails Committee

Feb 22, 2020


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