Obama set to speak at UI Field House

The president will offer remarks on campus Thursday about the massive health-care legislation he’s expected to sign today.

21-only may come by June 1

As many Iowa City citizens prepare to formally discuss one of the most controversial and long-running issues in recent history, councilors completed procedural items for tonight’s first reading of the proposed 21-only bar ordinance, including when the rule may take effect.

UI administrations backed 21-only in the past

Some say support university-wide is greater than in previous years.

Student aid reform could mean more UI Pell Grants

Nationwide, the changes will increase funding for need-based Pell Grants by more than $30 billion.

Mayflower residents warned of flooding

According to an e-mail from University Housing Director Von Stange, the potential for flooding this spring is “above normal” as determined by the university’s tracking of the Iowa River’s water level.

UI officials stock up on $750,000 in flood materials

The University of Iowa will be gathering materials such as pumps, sand, and barriers in preparation for flood season.

Locals push for Google Fiber in Iowa City

Local residents plan to submit the Iowa City area as a candidate for Google’s new fiber optics network test site.

Spotlight Iowa City: UI student serenades onto iTunes

Tunes from the shaggy-haired singer-songwriter freshman are available online.

Smoking ban may extend

A proposed revision to Iowa City’s no-smoking policy may include a 24-hour smoking ban for the Pedestrian Mall, Iowa City city councilors said at a Monday work session.

City to use firms for hiring manager

Roughly 11 months after the city fired Michael Lombardo, Iowa City city councilors decided they will enlist four firms in hiring his replacement.

Officials mull meter-donation program

Iowa City officials may soon create a program to convert out-of-service parking meters into donation receptacles, they said at a work session Monday.

Man charged with forgery

Police arrested a man after he allegedly stole and cashed a pair of checks.

Man charged with identity theft

The man allegedly attempted to buy over $3,000 in items with someone else’s ID and credit card.

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