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Chris Parker is ready to create at 3G Barbecue, his new Eldridge restaurant. more
The first Iowa community to welcome an Amazon warehouse was Bondurant, just north of Altoona, near Des Moines. Bondurant city administrator Marketa Oliver said Amazon has been a terrific partner, first with a $250 million, 645,000-square-foot distribution center employing 1,000. This year, it is adding a $31.2 million sorting center next door that promises 300 more jobs, she said. more
The restaurant at Rustic Ridge is re-opening May 1 with a new name. more
Reports of a 1,000-job distribution center in a Davenport portion of the North Scott school district follow commercial expansions already on tap to bring more jobs and investment within school district boundaries. more
Casey’s General Stores’ Round Up Campaign Benefiting Special Olympics Iowa ends April 15. more
“We see a future. We’re all in.” more
It’s a time for new beginnings for Bryce and Julia Flaherty. more
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced March 18 that four manufacturing plants in Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska earned ENERGY STAR certification. Guardian Industries, a flat glass manufacturer in DeWitt, was one of the four.  more
The Eldridge council will proceed with restricting industrial development options, even as the city is out of the running for a proposed meat processing plant. more
After shipping Princeton-made tiki-bar boats all over the nation, Zach Hamilton is preparing to set sail this year from his hometown’s own dock. more
Nick Edwards has a solution for stuck-inside kids climbing the walls at home. more
For more than 30 years, Tammy Blick has been helping people in the Quad Cities with their banking needs. more
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