Sunday, October 22, 2017
Illinois lawmakers are considering a multibillion-dollar tax hike that the Illinois Policy Institute says may worsen the state’s already weakened economy.
Gov. Bruce Rauner signaled he is ready to jump on board with several parts of the proposed "grand bargain," yet remains staunchly opposed to other elements of it.
The state of Illinois is losing people faster than any other state in the Midwest.
The Moline-Coal Valley School District No. 40 Board of Education met Nov. 14 to present a professional development overview.
Mark Lundahl led a four-winner list in the GOP race for South Moline Township trustee positions in Tuesday’s primary results, with an additional three Republican contenders deemed out of the running for April’s election.
The Moline Public Library Board of Directors met Dec. 12 to approve non-resident fees.
The village of Hinsdale Board of Trustees met Jan. 10 to recognize fire and police personnel.
The Milan Village Council met Jan. 17 to review committee reports.
The Rock Island Park & Recreation Board met Jan. 17 to increase high school golf fees.
The city of Silvis Playground and Recreation Board met Dec. 1 to discuss the new maintenance building at Schadt Park.
The village of Port Byron Board of Trustees met Dec. 19 to consider a chicken ordinance.
The Milan Village Council met Jan. 3 to renew an electric agreement.
The village of Coal Valley Board of Trustees met Jan. 18 to discuss police regulations.
The Silvis Public Library Board of Trustees met Dec. 12 to review the per capita application.
The Rapids City Village Board met Dec. 13 to review burning alternatives.
The village of Port Byron Board of Trustees met Dec. 19 to discuss Mississippi River attractions.
The East Moline Fire Department met Nov. 22 to review purchase requests.
The Moline Public Library Board met Feb. 9 to approve a cafe lease.
The Rock Island City Council met Dec. 19 to review the spring activity guide.
The village of Hampton Board of Trustees met Nov. 28 to purchase snow plow parts.