Black Hawk College will host the first of four finalists for president Monday and Tuesday. Doctor Rick Pearce will visit the East and Quad Cities campuses for tours, interviews, and community meetings.
Instead of giving the speech herself, Moline Mayor Stephanie Acri summed up the city's achievements during the past year with a panel discussion. Several department heads joined her for Monday's State of the City Address to members of the Rotary and Kiwanis clubs.
WVIK's Benjamin Payne talks with Quad-City Times reporter Barb Ickes about her exclusive tour of the "off-limits" Scottish Rite Cathedral near downtown Moline, which a Masonic group sold in February to two local investors who plan to convert the nearly 90-year-old building into a new professional theater.
A woman who grew up in the Quad Cities will be the next leader of Renew Moline, the public-private partnership that promotes development in the city. Alexandra Elias will take over June lst, and replace Janet Mathis who resigned last year.
Five months after a fire severely damaged a school, it's time to accept bids for its restoration. This week, the Moline school board approved spending up to 4 1/2 million dollars at Franklin Elementary.
Some new apartments are being planned for downtown Moline. Tuesday night, the city council will discuss a proposal to re-develop a half-block - between 13th and 14th Streets, and from 6th Avenue to an alley.