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Illinois’ fourth largest rifle maker will become Iowa’s largest when Lewis Machine & Tool Inc. moves from Milan, Ill., to its new Eldridge plant later this year. more
Day in and out, a few flickering tiny lights offer the only clue of activity in the old church in Princeton. more
Joy Jensen has joined the growing real estate franchise of RE/MAX Elite. She holds real estate licenses in both Iowa and Illinois, and previously worked at another real estate agency. more
Scott County Supervisors support Bettendorf’s use of property tax rebates as a cash incentive for Ascentra Credit Union’s planned expansion in downtown. more
The Iowa Department of Public Health offered five medical marijuana dispensary licenses to three firms, including a license for Davenport, but not for the applicant that proposed an Eldridge store. more
Upcoming classes at the Artist’s Vault, located at 208 N. Second Street in downtown Eldridge: more
Property tax incentives to business should be targeted to reverse blight, boost property values and create, new, high-paying manufacturing jobs, according to standards unanimously approved by the Scott County Board of Supervisors. more
The full 2016 economic impact of travel on Iowa counties shows these statistics for Scott County, as reported by the Quad City Convention and Visitor Bureau: more
Frontier Hospitality Group, which operates the Best Western Plus Steeplegate Inn of Davenport, announced plans on Feb. 20 to develop and operate a new Cambria Hotel at the site of the new TBK Bank Sport Complex at Middle Road and Interstate 80 in northern Bettendorf. The 112-room hotel will be constructed in the second half of 2018 and first half of 2019. more
The Quad City Chamber of Commerce tapped a former top executive to return as its chief executive officer. more
Atlantic Bottling Co. goes before the Iowa Economic Development Authority Board today to present plans for building a bottling plant in Walcott. more
Iowa’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased to 3.2 percent for September. The state’s jobless rate was 3.6 percent one year ago. The U.S. unemployment rate dropped to 4.2 percent in September. more
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