New program saves time and money

The University of Iowa College of Public Health is offering a five-year undergraduate to graduate program for the fall of 2014.

Marsha Ternus visits University of Iowa Campus

Ternus focuses efforts around rehabilitation for criminals rather than longer incarceration sentences.

UI noted for sexual health

The University of Iowa was recognized for its superiority in the realm sexual-health resources.

Facilities in development to help local farmers

A potential new Food Hub or Food Enterprise Center in the Johnson County area would help connect local farmers to the consumer.

Student leaders vote pass legislation to help LGBT students

The new legislation asks for a full-time LGBT staff member to be integrated into the UI system.

Council approves first-consideration to extend Ped Mall regulations

The Iowa City City Council voted 7-0 on the first-consideration to extend Ped Mall regulations to Black Hawk Mini Park.

Iowa City Community School District discussed a one-year facilities plan

The new plan would focus on three elementary schools' construction, including the usage of Hoover.

Council approves vacant lot purchase

Council approves hearing for road annexations

Council approves flood mitigation program application

Council encourages Post Office relocation sites

Council approves hearing for pool renovations

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