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Iowa City Tattoo holds Planned Parenthood fundraiser

IOWA CITY - Laura Shorey says her new tattoo represents #x201c;equal rights for all people, which I firmly believe in.#x201d;

She got the tattoo - an equality symbol shaded bright yellow - on Monday evening at Iowa City Tattoo from shop owner Jeff ... »

Kinnick-style house can proceed, judge rules

IOWA CITY - A nine-month quest to keep a house styled after Kinnick Stadium - complete with a courtyard, commercial kitchen and architectural details evoking a press box and brick archways - from being built in a residential neighborhood ended this mont ... »

Mayor, council openings on North Liberty special election ballot

NORTH LIBERTY - Residents of North Liberty will now vote for two city officials April 25.

The city council held a short special telephonic meeting Thursday to discuss how to fill a vacant council seat before deciding, in a 3-1 vote, to put the op ... »

North Liberty City Council sets date for mayoral election, discusses new police station

NORTH LIBERTY - A special election for mayor of North Liberty is scheduled for April 25.

The North Liberty City Council voted 3-0 Tuesday to approve the special election date. The election was triggered when ... »

University of Iowa graduate students help city with class project

IOWA CITY - A group of University of Iowa graduate students are getting a taste of what it's like to work for a city government.

About 25 Master of Accountancy students, who are in this spring's advanced auditing class, have been assigned to wor ... »

Iowa River Landing growing, opening new businesses

CORALVILLE - The opening of Fuzzy's Taco Shop last week was just the latest in a string of recent developments for Coralville's Iowa River Landing.

Work in the 180-acre district, one of the major projects into Coralville, has picked up steam in r ... »

Iowa City Council member Susan Mims to seek re-election

IOWA CITY - Iowa City Council member Susan Mims announced Thursday she intends to run for a third term.

Mims, 60, an at-large member of the council who served four years as Mayor Pro Tem, plans to seek the council's District B seat, which is curre ... »

Iowa City resident unanimously approved as city clerk

IOWA CITY - Christopher Guidry is wasting no time in getting to work as Iowa City's new clerk.

Guidry, 42, of Iowa City, who most recently worked as an education technology consultant and as director of workforce solutions at ACT, plans to begin h ... »

Community organizer Mazahir Salih announces run for Iowa City Council

IOWA CITY - Mazahir Salih, a community organizer and president of the Center for Worker Justice of Eastern Iowa, on Monday declared her candidacy for an at-large seat on the Iowa City Council.

Salih, who made her announcement at the Robert A. Lee ... »

Johnson County supervisors, sheriff issue statement on immigration enforcement policy

IOWA CITY - Johnson County supervisors and Sheriff Lonny Pulkrabek on Monday issued a statement concerning county immigration enforcement policy.

#x201c;The Johnson County Sheriff will not honor voluntary detainer requests nor will the Sheriff's O ... »