A motorcyclist says a sandwich chain is partly to blame for a crash in which he was injured. In a lawsuit, he says Jimmy John's "freaky fast" advertising slogan encourages reckless driving.
Bob Reynolds was on a motorcycle when a Jimmy John's driver hit him. Reynolds suffered a broken leg and has since gone through several surgeries.
The driver's insurance company settled the case, but Reynolds is suing both Jimmy John's corporate office and the franchise owner for damages.
Rock ‘n’ roll, jazz, and hip hop all have their roots in the blues. Yet it seems as though the blues does not get its due. That will change – at least for a day – in Monmouth.
The Deep Blue Innovators Blues Festival begins Saturday afternoon at the Rivoli Theatre. The doors open at 2:00 and the music begins at 2:30. Ticket information can be found here.
McDonough County’s only National Historic District now includes a museum. The one room building contains artifacts from the old Moses King National Brick and Tiles Work Company near Colchester.
One of the artifacts is a brick signed by company founder Moses King. Current owners Tim Schroll and Dev said they stumbled across it one day among the countless bricks on the grounds.
Schroll said it was akin to coming across a needle in a haystack.
Navigating a short stretch of Middle Road, between Keokuk High School and the student parking lot, can be very difficult after school or during special events.
Principal Larry Frakes says parents and visitors pull their vehicles into areas where parking is prohibited and leave them for extended periods of time.
He told the city council, Thursday night, that it has reached the point where a student was recently struck by a vehicle while crossing the street.
Volunteers will be called on to play a much larger role in disaster relief in southeast Iowa.