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Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 28, 2017

A public meeting on voting rights will be held at the Center for Worker Justice on Sunday.

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 26, 2017

On Wednesday, the city will hold a public workshop on plans for an improved, and possibly more bike-friendly, Gilbert St.

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 26, 2017

The Iowa City Bike Library will be moving again. “This is going to be our third move in as many years,” Cody Gieselman, the Bike Library’s executive director, said.

Posted by Emma McClatchey | Sep 26, 2017

UPDATE: Stores across Iowa, including John’s Grocery, will soon stock their shelves with beer from Colorado craft beer company Ska Brewing. Based in the southwest Colorado city of Durango, Ska...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 23, 2017

Sen. Joni Ernst’s town hall meeting at the Iowa Memorial Union on Friday afternoon started politely. The politeness lasted six minutes.

Posted by Jayme Bigger | Sep 22, 2017

Nancy Holland, known to many local kids as Miss Nancy of Toddler Storytime, is retiring from the Iowa City Public Library after almost 40 years.

Posted by Lauren Shotwell | Sep 21, 2017

A newly announced marathon, Run CRANDIC, will set off from The NewBo City Market in Cedar Rapids and take runners all the way to the goal line of the University...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 20, 2017

There’s been a lot of confusion over the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program since Sept. 5, when Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the end of...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 18, 2017

Iowa City will begin mailing community survey forms to 2,200 households on Sept. 22, in order to gauge public opinion and collect general information about the city and its communities.

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 15, 2017

The Hamburg Inn No. 2 will have a grand opening for its second location on Tuesday.

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 15, 2017

Sen. Joni Ernst will hold a town hall meeting in Iowa City on Friday, Sept. 22. The event will be held at the University of Iowa Memorial Union.

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 14, 2017

Grant Schultz says the farm he runs could be a new model for local agriculture is he can change how it's zoned. The farm's owner are worried he wants to...

Posted by Mike Kuhlenbeck | Sep 13, 2017

It has been two years since the Johnson County Board of Supervisors made state history by raising the minimum wage to $10.10. After this and other local measures to raise...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 12, 2017

Iowa Shares is celebrating a quarter century of helping Iowa nonprofits raise money with a 25th anniversary party at the Old Brick on Thursday.