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In Dubuque, developer plans to transform empty school into affordable apartments
Cohen-Esrey Development Group is renovating Marquette Hall, site of Sacred Heart School until it closed in 2004, into 28 rental units for seniors. The group will list four apartment units at market rate; the remaining 24 will be considered affordable for low-income renters, people who make 60% of th
WWE Dubuque live results: Bryan vs. Cass, no women's matches
English introduced Rusev, with the Rusev Day gimmick being over here. English was in for the whole match until a late Rusev hot tag. For the disqualification, Dain saved Wolfe from the Accolade.
Dubuque Firefighters evacuate homes due to natural gas leak
Black Hills Energy and Alliant Energy disconnected gas and electric service to the house, fire crews ventilated the residence, workers restored utilities, and firefighters allowed residents to return to their homes.
City of Dubuque prepares for development in Port by updating zoning
DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) --On Monday, the Dubuque City Council approved 6-0 a resolution that will adjust the zoning in the Port of Dubuque.City Associate Planner Kyle Kritz said the change is to prepare for future development in the South Port, which is the area south of the Ice Harbor. The North P
Dubuque City Council approves bid for skate park construction
The group Kids in Dubuque Skate (KIDS) raised $256,000, while the city committed $800,000 to the project.
Recent high school grad launches potential business empire in Galena
GALENA, Ill. — A few weeks ago, Austin Scott graduated from high school.He wasn’t valedictorian or the prom king. But he had one distinction that no one else in his graduating class could lay claim to.Scott is a business owner.
Biz Buzz: Elizabeth donut shops reopens; new restaurant in Bellevue; Dubuque bank location remodeling
Biz Buzz shares business tidbits from around the tri-state area. This week, we highlight developments in Elizabeth, Ill., Bellevue, Iowa, and Dubuque.ELIZABETH, Ill. — Dittmar Orchard Station opened June 1 to sell doughnuts to those traveling through town this summer.Jonna Dittmar, an owner of Dittm
Woman parking on street backs into squad car, officials say
LANCASTER, Wis. - A woman who backed into a Lancaster Police Department squad car last week said she didn’t see the squad as she was trying to back into a parking spot, according to a release.
Motorcycle crash sends one to the hospital
According to the Linn County Sheriff's Office, it happened about 2:30 p.m. June 17 in the 4500 block of Boy Scouts Road, abouot 4.5 miles east of Central City.
Manchester's rhubarb fest takes to the river for a 2nd year
MANCHESTER, Iowa — Despite sweltering heat, a crowd still converged Saturday on the second annual Rhubarb on the River Festival.The event took over South Franklin Street and Manchester’s Whitewater Park. Many families spent time together by the Maquoketa River and sampled a variety of treats infused
Police: Cuba City driver led authorities on brief chase in Dubuque
A Cuba City, Wis., woman is accused of fleeing from a traffic stop and speeding through residential neighborhoods.Danielle M. Kruser, 24, was arrested at 4:16 p.m. Wednesday at McDonald’s, 1915 John F. Kennedy Road, on a warrant charging eluding. She appeared in court Thursday morning.
Man pleads not guilty to charges from Dubuque standoff
A Dyersville, Iowa, man accused of engaging in a standoff with Dubuque law enforcement personnel has pleaded not guilty to his charges.Robert L. Dettbarn, 26, was arraigned Friday on counts of possession of a firearm by a felon, interference with official acts while armed with a firearm, possession
Man pleads guilty to sending fentanyl to Dubuque overdose victim
A man who ordered drugs from the dark web and had them shipped to a friend in Dubuque, who died after using the drugs, pled guilty on June 14, 2018, in federal court in Cedar Rapids.
Authorities: Early morning fire destroys Asbury home
The teen, who was identified as the son of homeowners Jeff and Lori Klein, heard smoke detectors going off at about 1:30 a.m. He discovered a fire by the furnace area and evacuated the building and called his parents.
Holy Cross woman accused of letting kids ride on car while drunk
At about 8:30 p.m. June 11, county sheriff’s deputies were called to a parking lot in Holy Cross, where witnesses said a woman was driving in and out of the lot while two children rode on the trunk of her car.
Dubuque to open cooling centers during weekend heat wave
Carnegie-Stout Public Library, 360 W 11th St.Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.mSaturday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.Sunday, 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.Dubuque Rescue Mission, 398 Main St., Drop-In Center, 2nd FloorFriday-Sunday, 7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.Mystique Community Ice Center, 1800 Admiral Sheehy Dr.Friday, 9:00 a.m.-7:
Dubuque homeless shelter seeing success with its transitional housing model
DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) --A homeless shelter in Dubuque is seeing success with its approach to housing.The Dubuque Rescue Mission owns three homes on 25th St. and Elm St. that it calls transitional homes. They're designed to be low-cost and offer support for men as they're attempting to get their o
Platteville man killed in crash near Belmont
BELMONT, Wis. (KDTH) --A Platteville man was killed in a single-vehicle crash outside of Belmont June 13.According to the Lafayette County Sheriff’s office, the crash happened just before 12:30 p.m. near the intersection of County Highway G and Mitchell Hollow Road.23-year-old Brandon Zart had been
Detour begin for roundabout project in Dubuque
It's near businesses, Allison-Henderson Park, also UnityPoint Health Finley Hospital is about a block away.
Dubuque County woman charged with OWI after kids seen riding on trunk of car
She’s charged with second-offense OWI, two counts of child endangerment, and driving with a suspended license.