The Quad City Storm Hockey team reminded members of the community to be wary of online ticketing offers and scams ahead of Saturday’s inaugural season opener. 

Opening night is October 20th and today the Quad City Storm are unveiling their plan to pack the TaxSlayer Center!




And Her Band



MOLINE, IL.  - Legendary singer/songwriter James Taylor and his All-Star Band with special guest Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bonnie Raitt and her band are coming to TAXSLAYER CENTER on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2019 for one intimate and memorable night! Tickets on sale Friday, October 19 at 10 am at and are $103.00 and $69.00 plus fees.

Public Notice is hereby given that the Scott County Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing to take comments on a proposed amendment to the Comprehensive Plan for Scott County. The Planning and Zoning Commission will be discussing proposed criteria to be used in reviewing a Special Use Permit for wineries, tasting rooms and associated event centers.

Scott County Courthouse
Magistrate Courtroom
400 W Fourth Street Davenport, Iowa 52801


Due to rising river levels, the City is closing River Drive between 3rd and Brady streets to install flood protection.  The closure will be in place around 8am this morning, Tuesday, October 9.

Eastbound traffic is detoured up Brady to 3rd Street to River Drive.  Westbound traffic is detoured at 4th St, to Harrison, to River Drive. 


Looming shortfall of blood drives could impair patient care

Oct. 8, 2018 — Every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood. To help meet the constant demand for lifesaving blood donations and prevent blood shortages this winter, the American Red Cross is urging individuals and organizations to be winter heroes by hosting and supporting a blood drive.

Rock Island, IL – Christian Care is honored to be awarded a Q2030 grant totaling $1570 from the Community Foundation of the Great River Bend.  The Community Foundation created the Q2030 grants to contribute to the Quad Cities’ vision of being a creative, connected, and globally recognized, prospering community in 2030.  In particular, the grant is designed to ensure our region offers great opportunities for everyone to thrive.

Rain this past week, combined with more in the forecast, has resulted in changes to the projected crest of the Mississippi. The river is now forecast to crest at 16.8 FT on Thursday, October 11.  River levels are expected to hover around 16.5 FT to 16.7 FT most of the week.

The current river level is 16.11 FT.

Based on the current and projected river levels, the following flood impacts and measures have been or will occur in the coming days.