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Scott County’s November ballot for this contentious year of American politics will be decided June 5 by a fraction of the county’s eligible voters, despite crowded contests  atop the Democratic and Republican ballots. more
Princeton mayor Roger Woomert suspended the town’s economic development committee after at least three of the six members resigned over their concerns about council member Ann Geiger’s actions on the committee. more
Princeton Council members will hold a public hearing on next year’s spending plan at 6 p.m., Feb. 14 as part of their regularly scheduled meeting. more
Scott County Supervisors are scheduled to vote Jan. 24 on Victor and Michele Gorsch’s plan to rezone farmland for development of five home lots on 33 acres just west of Long Grove. more
A prosecutor’s report clearing Joel McCubbin of fraud condemns Park View and Long Grove elected officials for years of “poor” and “sloppy” record keeping. more
While local incumbents fared well during the election held Nov. 6, Scott County residents will see a few new faces on local boards and in the state legislature. more
Scott County’s first vineyard and winery will be built near LeClaire, fulfilling Julia Rubino and Bryce Flaherty’s dream, but with a few restrictions. more
“I believe we got played.” more
Eldridge council members will reconsider development incentives for the Lewis Machine and Tool gun manufacturing plant after the company dramatically reduced employment guarantees. more
Long Grove council members scheduled a public forum 7 p.m., April 2, at the town’s Civic Center to get more citizen input on water detention plans for Winfield Estates. more
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