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The Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce has announced that members have successfully petitioned the board to call a special meeting on Wednesday, June 1 at 5:30 p.m. in the Eldridge Community Center, 400 S. 16th Ave., Eldridge, to vote to adopt bylaws based on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce recommended bylaws for chambers. more
First Central State Bank president Brigham Tubbs recently announced two promotions. more
The Vault coffee shop and restaurant officially opened May 6 with a North Scott/Eldridge Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting and a line of drive-up customers. more
Fareway Stores, Inc. plans to renovate the approximately 18,000-square-foot former Slagle’s store located at 1301 Eagle Ridge Road in LeClaire. Renovation of the existing building should begin later this year, with a tentative opening in summer of 2023. more
One of the defendants in a million-dollar banking scheme to defraud the federal government has been fined $500 for her role in the matter. more
Kitchens can be like puzzles with too many pieces. more
Tom Pitts has entirely new plans in Princeton for his business that built a big following in Charlotte, and for the old Kernan’s restaurant building that has struggled since it closed in 2007. more
Eldridge will offer tax cuts for 10 years, maybe longer, for a $42 million warehouse almost as big as Amazon’s that would bring 187 new, full-time jobs to Eldridge, paying $35,000 to $80,000 a year. more
Some rural Scott County landowners will be pitched this year on easements for a carbon waste pipeline cutting through the middle of the county that planners say would be a boon to existing Iowa ethanol makers, and draw more high-carbon industry to Iowa farm fields. more
Eldridge council members are expected to vote Monday, April 18 on tax reduction incentives for an undisclosed firm that is considering a 114-acre farm field site on South First Street for a 60,000-square-foot warehouse employing up to 187 people. more
Lewis Machine & Tool in Eldridge is among four Scott County firms each getting $500,000 federal pandemic aid checks awarded through the Iowa Economic Development Authority. more
Patrick Reid looked hard to find a place to launch his next dream. more
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