Riverfront Crossings sees development rush

With Iowa City’s Riverfront Cross­ings Park set to open next year, the south­ernmost and least updated pocket of the district is finally abuzz with development activity.

Recent News

The Crisis Center in Iowa City recently reached its goal to raise $45,000 for its food bank warehouse expansion project on #GivingTuesday. University of Iowa Community Credit Union has matched this amount.

Marion Chamber Ambassadors will host a ribbon cutting at noon Dec. 12 celebrating the opening of Innovative Protein & Coffee Bar, 901 Tower Terrace Road, Ste. 100.

University of Iowa researchers are helping launch a clinical study of a new medical solution that could dramatically change the way urethral strictures are treated.

The initial concern for many looking to move into a senior community may be whether they have the credit standing or financial resources to be accepted, but the long-term concern is running out of money.


Managing your company’s cost of health care

December 4, 2017

By Shane Cerone | Guest Column
Few would dispute that the cost of health care is spiraling out of control at a pace that is consuming the discretionary income of businesses and families alike.

Learning from Mona Lisa: The art of a smile

November 20, 2017

By Greg Dardis / Guest Column
The cover story of The Atlantic’s November issue offers a fascinating explanation for Leonardo da Vinci’s creative genius: It straddled the arts and sciences.

Response to opioid problem a community-wide need

November 14, 2017

By Tim Charles / Guest Column
From October 2016 through September of this year, Mercy saw 17 drug overdoses in our emergency room. As a trusted health care organization, we have a vital role to play in helping address this public health emergency alongside all other health care providers.

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