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The Quad-City Times is hosting a forum on open government and public records. 

  

In 2015, Rock Island-based KJWW Engineering Consultants merged with a California company to become IMEG Corp., which now has more than 30 locations worldwide. 

Back in March, a community agency in Davenport was told it would have to pay back a large grant to the state. United Neighbors was asked to return $235,000 from a rental assistance program. 

For this week's Big Story in the Quad-City Times, Devan Patel has an update. 

In 2013, Iowa governor Terry Branstad got bipartisan support in the legislature to reform the state's property taxes.
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Quad-City Times reporter Ed Tibbetts looks at Iowa's property tax breaks for businesses, and whether the breaks truly resulted in new jobs; as advertised.

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For this week's Big Story in the Quad-City Times, reporter Devan Patel writes about how foreign doctors are helping to fill the doctor shortage in the Quad Cities.

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At the board meeting Monday night, Davenport Schools Superintendent Dr. Art Tate announced $18 million in budget cuts for the district.

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 Quad-City Times columnist Barb Ickes writes about caring for aging parents for this week's "Big Story."

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A week and a half ago, Davenport police were called to the scene of a deadly car accident at the intersection of 2nd Street and Brady Street.

A driver who was stopped at a red light was killed when another speeding vehicle failed to stop, striking two cars.

For this week's "Big Story" in the Quad-City Times, Tara Becker reports on the nature of the investigation after accidents like this occur. 

Quad-City Sports Hall of Fame

Ninety plaques, honoring the best athletes in the Quad Cities, finally have a home. Tomorrow, the Quad-City Sports Hall of Fame will move to its new location at Modern Woodmen Park in Davenport.  The Quad-City Times founded the Hall of Fame in 1987. And for the past 9 years, it has been in storage. Executive Editor of the Times, Jan Touney says tomorrow, the Sports Commission and River Bandits will hold a ribbon cutting at the new, permanent location.  Touney says a local firm, DMW Design, will install all the plaques on the suite level of Modern Woodmen Park.