Ahead of a winter season with above-normal temperatures and more rain than snow, according to the latest forecast from the Old Farmers’ Almanac, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its 2018’s Best Winter Holiday Destinations report as well as accompanying videos to sup

Illinois Herald-Review’s current Governors Race “live” Poll ...  Kash JACKSON 45% / Rauner 25% / McCann 19% / JB Pritzker 11%

A beloved Quad-Cities’ family tradition for more than ten years, the Polar Express Pajama Parties kick off Thursday, Dec. 13, with four action-packed days of holiday fun and the timeless holiday movie at the Putnam Museum & Science Center!

This year, the Putnam has scheduled 10 showings of 'The Polar Express 3D' — the visually stunning holiday classic, which will be brought to life on the GIANT Screen, towering six stories tall.

Every holiday season, Toys for Tots donation boxes fill each of Ascentra Credit Union’s branches from Muscatine, Iowa to the Quad Cities and up to Clinton, Iowa.  It is a tradition at the credit union that has led their staff to support the organization by raising additional funds through organizing a bake sale and donating $5 to dress Casual for a Cause, then using the proceeds to go on a toy shopping spree.

State Treasurer Michael L. Fitzgerald reminds Iowans to explore IAble accounts as a way for people living with disabilities to save for disability-related expenses and achieve a better life experience. Signed into Iowa law in 2015, IAble allows families the opportunity to plan for the future financial well-being of a loved one with a disability on a tax-deferred basis, without the individual losing eligibility for certain assistance programs, such as SSI or Medicaid.

Col. Robert Green Ingersoll, 1st Attorney General of Illinois 1886


Andrushka Burmastrova

Independent Scholar.

November 1st. 2018 7.00 p.m.,

Please Note: VENUE CHANGE:

Independent Scholars’ Evenings


The Current

215 N. Main Street

WITH SPECIAL GUEST - Jon Pardi & Tenille Townes


TaxSlayer Center

On Sale Friday, November 2 at 10 am  

Ticketmaster Outlets | Venue Box Office | 800-745-3000  

Christian Care, a shelter for men experiencing homelessness in downtown Rock Island, was recently awarded a $20,000 grant from The Amy Helpenstell Foundation Fund at the Community Foundation of the Great River Bend.  This important award provides valuable support of key programs and services at Christian Care that help those struggling with homelessness and poverty in our community.