There are roughly a dozen empty storefronts on and near Macomb’s courthouse square. The former DJ’s Steakhouse and Macomb Bootlegger are just two examples of buildings that remain vacant.Meanwhile, the city is working on a plan to improve the look of the square, hoping to make it more appealing to businesses and visitors.The three part series Bringing Back Business looks at the past, present, and possible future of the square.Part 1 – Macomb in the Days of Old
The Keokuk Police Department must hand over records related to a sex abuse lawsuit involving the Keokuk School District.
The 25th Annual Rollin on the River blues festival kicks off at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 16 in Keokuk's Victory Park.
Fort Madison will soon be able to sell a downtown property to an out-of-town developer.
A Galesburg woman has pleaded guilty in connection with a hit-and-run collision that killed a Knox College student last October.