11 hrs ago
What's at stake?
The Hawk Eye's community focused feature, 52 Faces, is moving from Sunday's paper to Monday's paper weekly starting Monday, August 25! COBCO members include the cities of Danville, Mediapolis and Burlington; the Two Rivers Levee Drainage District; Southeast Iowa Regional Air ...
15 hrs ago
Getting the word out about Neighborhood Watch groups
Neighbors looking out for each other is what it boils down to. About 60 Burlingtonians showed up Thursday evening for an informational mee ... Tammy King, who started the Indian Terrace Watchers, a Neighborhood Watch group, gives tips on how to start a Neighborhood Watch group to citizens Thursday.
19 hrs ago
B'ton fugitive arrested by bounty hunters
Wed Aug 27, 2014
High temps mean a warm ride on the bus
Several area schools offer air conditioning for those sweltering first days of late summer classes, but students who ride school buses don't ... John Lovretta/The Hawk Eye Bethannie Bernand, 9, a fourth-grade student at North Hill Elementary School waits while bus driver Kim Miller secures her seat for the ride home Tuesday in Burlington.
$25,000 Lottery ticket almost thrown away
The Missouri Lottery reports after purchasing a Missouri Lottery "$25,000 Payday" Scratchers ticket on Aug. 16, Carmella McNeill of Burlington, Iowa, thought she only won a few dollars and planned on throwing the ticket away after cashing it in.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Possible drowning investigated in southeast Iowa
Southeast Iowa authorities are investigating the death of a 69-year-old man who was found unresponsive in a pond.
Mayor facing sexual abuse charges resigns
A northeast Iowa mayor, charged with sexually abusing two young girls, has resigned.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Event spurred by citizen outrage over crime
Recent violent crimes in Burlington led a local musician to take action. On Sunday, Adonis Ross joined others as they walked and sang songs ... Michael Noble Jr./The Hawk Eye Concerned citizens outraged by recent violent crimes in Burlington walked from Riverview Park to Crapo Park to spur community action.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
USGS: 6.0 earthquake shakes Northern California
Officials say an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.0 has been reported in California's northern San Francis ... 1. Comments from users that have private profiles are blocked by Facebook.
Pagans observe a soggy pride day
The sound of drums and gentle singing emanated from Crapo Park, pointing the way to a festival unlike anything Burlington has seen before.
Baby Baker makes debut
At just after 9 p.m. Friday, and at the end - finally - of a long and painful road marked by fertility problems, miscarria ... Craig T. Neises/The Hawk Eye Summer Marnin of Burlington feeds a bottle of formula to 1-day-old Gavin Caymus Baker in her room Saturday at Great River Medical Center.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Another struggle for Bees
A first-round draft choice struggled on the mound and a position player pitched two no-hit, scoreless innings, but in between the Burlington ... Michael Noble Jr./The Hawk Eye Burlington Bees pitcher Sean Newcomb throws a strike against the Cedar Rapids Kernels Friday at Community Field.
New and improved 911 center
The Des Moines County 911 dispatch center did not undergo a radical revolution, but it is different and better poised for the future.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Emails show Walker recall election campaign push
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Tue Aug 19, 2014
Quincy Police Blotter for August 18, 2014
Going threw with route A-8 is going to make more erosion near the river above the bee ridge bridge and lose a bunch of good timber.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Air Choice One to serve the Mason City Airport
Mason City has a new air carrier in town. The Department of Transportation is awarding a 2 year Essential Air Service contract to Air Choice One.
RVAA Announces Top Product, Other Awards
Winegard Co.' s Carryout G2 Portable Satellite TV Antenna was named the RVAA Product of the Year at the organization's 2014 Executive Conference, which was Aug. 11-14 at the Loews Hotel in New Orleans.
Authorities: More charges planned against Amish-kidnap suspects
More charges are expected soon against a northern New York couple accused of kidnapping two young Amish sisters and sexually ... 1. Comments from users that have private profiles are blocked by Facebook.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
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The Hawk Eye, Burlington, Iowa, Eye on the Arts column
The locomotives don't whistle their way through town anymore, and they don't stop here for repairs anymore, either.