OAKBROOK TERRACE, ILLINOIS (October 1, 2020) — A trusted polling group released its findings on the views of Muslims in the US today, revealing key insights into the perspectives of this important body of citizens on the eve of an historic election.
DAVENPORT, IOWA (January 29, 2019) — Earlier this morning, Public Works crews temporarily returned to Posted Snow Routes due to a recent dusting and significant blowing and drifting that is occurring. Teams will finish clearing residential streets later this morning/early afternoon. Once residential roads are clear, crews will re-run and spot clear routes across the city.
Slick road conditions are possible in areas where blowing and drifting is occurring.
DAVENPORT, IA (Janary 23, 2019) —The German American Heritage Center & Museum will be closed today, January 23, due to inclement weather. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope that you stay safe and warm today.
Hey everybody! Well the snow has stopped and the sidewalk is cleared so I thought I would take a moment to send you the following update from Public Works.
Crews transitioned snow removal efforts to residential roads early this morning. Please park off-street on residential roads today, Sunday, January 13, when you are able. Parking off-street helps crews to clear roads more safely and efficiently, especially on narrow roadways.
Ascentra Credit Union Foundation Provides Grant to Purchase New Van
The Boys and Girls Club of the Mississippi Valley (BGCMV) got everything crossed off their wish list this year thanks to a generous $10,000 grant from the Ascentra Credit Union Foundation which enabled them to get a new set of wheels.
With a goal of raising awareness and funds to end childhood hunger in our community, River Bend Foodbank will host its inaugural Women Fighting Hunger Event, Thursday, March 28, 2019, 5:30 p.m., at Rhythm City Casino, Davenport. The cost to attend the event is $45 for individuals, or $400 for an advance table of 10. All proceeds will support programming and initiatives that feed hungry children.
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