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Employees from Modern Woodmen of America’s home office are planning a special volunteer project. The Be an Everyday Hero project encourages employees, Quad Citians and individuals throughout the country to show support for first responders and military members this summer....

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We are empowering all of our people to think outside the box and think of different ways to solve problems. Law enforcement is our primary mission, but we’re trying to find ways to prevent crime, thinking outside the box to reduce the amount of crime so we don’t have to arrest as much. The community wants to be crime free, so we’re taking up different efforts in ways we’ve never explored...

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We deliver the expected and the unexpected at Triumph Community Bank. Our employees are committed not only to financial products and services, but also to making a difference in the communities we serve. From supporting our local youth to feeding the hungry, our employees are an integral part of our communities. This is how we break the rules every day at Triumph Community Bank....

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At Edwards Creative, we believe creativity and innovation go hand in hand! We encourage our staff to break the rules, to try new things and to have fun. That is our culture and that is how we will continue to build our business....

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Rock Island County is Breaking the Rules in all the best ways. In a time when politics seems to be a race to the most absurd extremes of self-dealing and personal aggrandizement, members of both parties on the Rock Island County Board are working to pivot away from self-interest and toward more effective government....

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​Nearly 4 years ago, Habitat for Humanity Quad Cities challenged some ideas about used medical equipment. Like the Quad Cities Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Health & Home’s mission is to support the work of Habitat for Humanity and to keep usable materials out of landfills. While the main store, now it its 14th year, deals in building materials, furniture and appliances, the newer, Health...

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At Necker's, we've never been too good at following rules or the normal flow that most businesses go with. When Don Necker bought the jewelry store and changed the name to Necker's Jewelers back in the 50s, he also starting do things his way: the Necker's way. And like the jewelry store, the Necker's way has also been passed down to the 2nd generation and grown along the way....

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The Arc of the Quad Cities Area, one of the Quad Cities largest social services organizations and dedicated to supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, announces the fulfillment of the Executive Director position. After 36 years of dedicated service, current Executive Director, Kyle R. Rick, is set to retire in July 2016....

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The Quad Cities Chamber, in partnership with Chamber member Sedona Technologies, has launched a newly designed website that will connect members of the military with resources, community events, and military-friendly employers in the region. The site, HooahQuadCities.com, is part of a long-standing Chamber program focused on supporting the military community....

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Today, thousands of supporters of the Next Generation Energy Plan (NGEP) drove from the Quad Cities, Clinton, and all around Illinois to converge on the state capitol. Earlier this month, Exelon announced it would need to close its Clinton and Quad Cities plants unless Illinois passed legislation supporting clean energy and reforming policy to recognize and reflect nuclear energy's role as a clean...

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Coal Valley officials have approved an agreement with Geneseo Communications, Inc. to bring fiber optic internet service to the village. At its Wednesday, May 4th meeting, the Coal Valley Village Board approved an agreement with Geneseo Communications, Inc., the areas premiere all fiber-to-the-premises provider, the approval to construct a community fiber network that will include powering its...

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On May 18, 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced the publication of a final rule amending the white collar overtime exemptions to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The final rule, which will be published in the Federal Register on May 23, 2016, increases the threshold salary for the exemption to $913 per week ($47,476 per year), the standard salary level at the 40th percentile of...

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The Quad Cities Chamber, in partnership with Exelon, has launched the Support Exelon Quad Cities Facebook page. In just one week page has amassed more than 3,700 followers, and people are using it to show their support of Exelon and the Next Generation Energy Plan (SB 1585)....

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More than 50 elected officials from across the bi-state area were joined by Q2030 Steering Committee members last week to learn how the Regional Action Plan is advancing the Quad Cities region, and the role elected officials play in the process....

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