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A basement remodeling project can add valuable and usable space to a home. For many years, homeowners overlooked the potential of a basement remodel, perhaps thinking it would not be a smart return on investment. But that's no longer the case. more
Freezing temperatures may be good for ice skating or building snowmen, but sub-freezing temperatures can be dangerous for the average person and his or her home. more
By the time autumn hits full swing, many trees will have shed their leaves for the season, and the last vestiges of red, yellow and orange magic will have faded to brown. Raking, blowing and collecting leaves becomes the primary chores of lawn and yard maintenance, and presents most homeowners with large piles of gathered leaves to tend to. more
The World Affairs Council of the Quad Cities and the Bettendorf Public Library are sponsoring a free seminar, “Introduction to Sikhism: Contributions and Challenges of the Sikh community in the United States,” on Tuesday, Sept. 18 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Bettendorf Public Library. more
The Edward W. Knapper VFW Post 6174 in Eldridge is all about Veterans helping Veterans, but members also want to be responsible members of the community.  more
Fall seminars have been scheduled at Our Lady of the Prairie Retreat, 2664 145th Ave., Wheatland. more
The Long Grove Lions will host a blood drive on Thursday, Sept. 20, from 1:30-6:30 p.m. at the Long Grove Community Building. more
Members of the Walcott American Legion Auxiliary did their part to spruce up the new Walcott Library by donating a patriotic flag tree. more
The prairie at Nahant Marsh in southwest Davenport is in full bloom and ready for tagging monarchs for the Monarch Watch Tagging Program. more
Scott County’s supervisor, recorder and treasurer candidates will share their thoughts at the first of two North Scott Press candidate forums, 6-8:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 20 at the Scott County Library in Eldridge. more
In about a month, Eldridge residents will learn where new traffic lights might work best on East LeClaire Road. more
About 100 North Scott teachers returned to school inspired by a prison visit. more
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