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University of Iowa Hawkeye fans celebrate start of football season at FRYfest

CORALVILLE - Ady Edwards will be attending her first Iowa Hawkeyes football game on Saturday at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City.

On Friday, she and her sister, Sydney, were among the thousands who attended the annual FRYfest at Iowa River Landing in ... »

Iowa City Council getting pushback on allowing alcohol in park shelters

IOWA CITY - City staffers are recommending the Iowa City Council defer its final vote on allowing the consumption of beer and wine inside city park shelters.

The council has twice approved the amendment to a city ordinance, but the Partnership for ... »

Iowa City, University Heights city election ballot takes shape

IOWA CITY - The ballots for both Iowa City and University Heights' Nov. 7 city elections are finalized for now.

Both cities had a filing deadline of 5 p.m. Thursday and candidates have until 5 p.m. Tuesday to withdraw. No runoff elections were tri ... »

Dubuque Street going one-way after Hawkeye home games

IOWA CITY - One-way - or another - fans will depart Iowa Hawkeye home football games this season.

Again this year, Iowa City officials have announced plans to convert a section of Dubuque Street - a main artery to the downtown area - to a one-way ... »

Totals released for Thanksgiving in July food drive

IOWA CITY - Food pantries in Johnson County now know just how much food they received during the Thanksgiving in July fundraiser and food drive.

In all, four pantries in Johnson County collected 223,985 pounds of food during the campaign, which is ... »

Johnson County Crisis Center launches fundraising campaign for food warehouse expansion

IOWA CITY - The Crisis Center of Johnson County has embarked on a fundraising effort with the hopes of expanding its food warehouse to help serve more than 1,000 families per week.

Staff at the organization have had to turn away large, unexpected ... »

Shelter House leader explains its efforts to fight homelessness

IOWA CITY - The Shelter House recently received a $2.7 million grant to help construct a project providing low-barrier housing for people who are frequent users of emergency services. In addition to the new housing development, Crissy Canganelli, execut ... »

Johnson County supervisors pass resolution condemning hatred

IOWA CITY - The Johnson County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution Thursday in support of Charlottesville residents and others oppressed by racist groups.

The board unanimously voted to #x201c;urge all people to reject violence, hatred and di ... »

North Liberty continues work on new $13.5 million water treatment plant

NORTH LIBERTY - In building a new water treatment plant, North Liberty city officials are planning ahead to accommodate expected population growth in the future.

The plant, under construction along Front Street on the city's public works campus, c ... »

Iowa City receives $50,000 grant for Riverfront Crossings Park

IOWA CITY - Riverfront Crossings Park got a financial boost Thursday in the form of a $50,000 grant to help create the park's nature play area.

The grant is from the National Recreation and Park Association and the Walt Disney Co. and is meant to ... »