Development issues bring 10 University Heights council hopefuls

Those involved in the election say a development issue last spring involving the relocation of St. Andrew Church may be a factor in the sudden interest in city government.

UIHC limits baby visits, fearing H1N1

The Respiratory Syncytial Virus Isolation Protocol is normally implemented in October and used to protect against the seasonal respiratory flu, but it went into effect this year on Sept. 10.

No worries yet about increasing class sizes

Faculty members say there’s no need to worry — yet.

Famed physician John MacQueen dies

John MacQueen wore several different hats: soldier-doctor, physician, professor, director, and president of numerous national, state, and local commissions.

UI grad student makes drug drop-off possible

A UI graduate student uses former experiences to organize a pill-disposal event.

Supervisor’s e-mails salty

Johnson County Supervisor Rod Sullivan’s personal e-mails recently surfaced, exposing some surprising words aimed at an Iowa City constituent.

New voices for Iowa City Police Citizen’s Review Board

Vershawn Young and Joe Treloar were both looking for a way to serve the community.

Spotlight Iowa City: Into the passion of music

For Tom Nothnagle, music is not just a form of expression, it is a way of life. The Iowa City native has had an indestructible passion for the classical guitar since he was 4 years old.

IC man charged in meth bust

An Iowa City man was arrested Tuesday after police allegedly found methamphetamine and meth-making ingredients during a search of his house, according to police.

Another teen arrested

One more juvenile was arrested in connection with an Aug. 5 shooting in southeastern Iowa City, according to Iowa City police.

County becoming more bike friendly

Urban areas in Johnson County, including Iowa City, are now closer to being more bike friendly.

Police investigate armed robbery

Iowa City police are looking for a man involved in armed robbery of a Hy-Vee gas station Wednesday evening.

Parking changes

On Sept. 28, city employees will begin replacing some parking signs in Iowa City. The new signs will indicate parking restrictions based on odd and even days of the month rather than “calendar” parking.

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