Monthly Archives: November 2013
Junior Achievement of Eastern Iowa reaches more than 42,000 children in Eastern Iowa. For the 2013 school year, Junior Achievement of Eastern Iowa impacted about 45 percent of children in the 10 counties it covers, compared to the national average of 8 percent.
The city of Cedar Rapids granted construction permits to the owners of Popoli Ristorante & Sullivan’s Bar on Nov. 15, paving the way for the new Kingston Village neighborhood eatery to begin internal construction and interior design.
With a recent acquisition, Corridor-based Heartland Express became the fifth largest asset-based truckload fleet in the U.S.
Cheddar’s Casual Café opened Oct. 14 at 2824 Commerce Dr. in Coralville.
AiCheng Magazine is a UI student organization that publishes a magazine each semester promoting cultural diversity.
A University of Iowa alum is being recognized for his career-long dedication to encouraging education in science, technology, math and science (STEM).
Norm Nielsen’s career in education has broadened from teaching and coaching in a small school district, to now running a university on an interim basis in his retirement.
A clothing store is one of a growing number of new businesses in the New Bo district in Cedar Rapids.
A move for Iowa City’s indoor farmers market could bring new life and new crowds to the former Sycamore Mall.
The University of Iowa Community Credit Union (UICCU) headquarters had the sign on the outside of the new building placed and last week, the American flag was raised.