North Liberty to consider letting urban chickens stay for good

NORTH LIBERTY — Daniela Williams has been raising chickens at her home in a subdivision on the north side of town for about a year.

He ... »

Iowa City Bike Library packs up shop

IOWA CITY — Volunteers seized on a tolerably cool Thursday afternoon to clear about 130 old bikes from the old red brick John Wilson Sportin ... »

Third, and final, artist for Pedestrian Mall public art project to present Monday

IOWA CITY — With the third and final candidate scheduled to visit Iowa City on Monday, officials are nearing the point of choosing which art ... »

From pioneer town to present day, Iowa City celebrates 175 years

Iowa City started life 175 years ago as both the seat of the territory’s government and a “raucous pioneer town.”

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North Liberty ordinance would enforce cleanup for meth labs

NORTH LIBERTY — Officials are hoping new city ordinances will better establish local enforcement on meth lab cleanup and drug paraphernalia. ... »

Johnson County officials to discuss Iowa City Schools request to address issues

IOWA CITY — Elected officials across Johnson County plan to deliberate on the Iowa City Community School District’s request for local ... »

Marion woman meets her life saver

NORTH LIBERTY — What would you say to the person who saved your life? For Angela Kearns it was a tearful “thank you.”

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Johnson County officials offer courthouse tours to stress need for annex

IOWA CITY — Evidence from some of Johnson County’s grisliest murder cases — Roger Bentley, Jonathan Memmer and Curtis Fry  ... »

Johnson County lifts all flood evacuation orders

IOWA CITY — Johnson County Friday afternoon lifted the remaining mandatory evacuation orders it has issued early this month because of flood ... »

Council appoints Kuhl to mayoral seat

The North Liberty City Council on Tuesday promoted Gerry Kuhl to mayor.

Kuhl had been the city’s mayor pro tem and served as acting ma ... »

Application pulled for Johnson County hog operation but plan may not be dead

IOWA CITY — A farmer proposing a hog confinement in eastern Johnson County pulled his application for a construction permit Thursday, but th ... »

Hamburg Inn reopening delayed, owner remains optimistic

IOWA CITY — Three and a half weeks after receiving word that the Hamburg Inn No. 2 was on fire, owner Dave Panther remains positive.

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Solon’s new city hall offers more space

SOLON — A new building here is offering more consolidation to city staff, as well as more space.

Solon’s city staff fully moved ... »

North Liberty parade, events dubbed ‘Salute to Salm’

The city of North Liberty will host a children’s fair Friday after the Salute to Salm parade.

Following the cancellation of North Libe ... »

Missing Coralville Herky being repaired

A missing Herky on Parade statue is undergoing repairs for “likely vandalism.”

The statue titled “Gymnast Herky,” ... »

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