Monthly Archives: December 2017
A new 6,000-square-foot wellness center at United Fire Group opened on Nov. 27, looking a lot like a upscale health club with 24/7 card access, 32 workout stations and a group exercise room filled with spinning bikes.
Agricultural and single-family home construction drove demand for Engineering Building Design’s roof and floor trusses from Day 1 in 1995 until 2007, when the housing market collapsed.
The leaders at Iowa Women Lead Change weren’t necessarily looking to address issues of sexual harassment when preparing for 2018, but that conversation seems all but inevitable now.
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.
The driving range and mini-golf course that long greeted travelers entering Marion from the east is quickly transforming into a major mixed-use development called Squaw Creek Crossing that will extend the city’s retail scene east of Highway 13 for the first time.
The mixed-use development known as The Depot is showing just what’s possible in Cedar Rapids’ NewBo District.
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.