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Locals wary of development after synagogue relocation

The Historical Preservation Commission approved the construction of townhouses and the demolition of the existing Agudas Achim synagogue.


LGBT community to protest Chick-Fil-A's "Cow Appreciation Day."

The planned protest will occur during Chick-fil-A's "Cow Appreciation Day," in which people dressing up like a cow receive a free meal in Coral Ridge Mall at 7 p.m. tonight.


Kids get the scoop on small business

Students who attended the John Pappajohn Entrepreneurship Center Youth Entrepreneur Camp developed and tasted an ice cream flavor of their creation Thursday.


Teens fund clubfoot treatment by selling basketball shoes

Shoes 4 Change sells rare basketball shoes online, and the proceeds go to treating children with clubfoot.


Chatham Oaks worried about funding uncertainty

Johnson County is responsible for funding for 36 mentally ill adults currently living in the facility, and the executive director said few adequate alternatives exist.


College of Education looks at shorter teaching abroad program

The University of Iowa College of Education program would cost less and be less of a time commitment than the current eight week program.


A local man broke into a Burlington Street house


Johnson County added to "no burn" list


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