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Over the past 14 years, America's River Festival has earned a reputation for bringing a bevy of classic-rock acts to Dubuque. [Read More]
Mary Beth Sprengelmeyer, of East Dubuque, Ill., discusses why she volunteers at multiple places in the area. [Read More]
Advocacy and awareness will be the focus of the Dubuque Harm Reduction's fundraiser and benefit concert tonight in downtown Dubuque. [Read More]
City of Dubuque officials will enforce the odd/even snow route parking policy Monday and Tuesday. [Read More]
Sydney Ringold, a senior at Dubuque Senior High School, is a candidate for the 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. [Read More]
The Dubuque Area Humanists will have a meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18, at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 1699 Iowa St. [Read More]
Kaelan Taylor has become considerably more comfortable jumping into the Dubuque Fighting Saints' offense in recent weeks. [Read More]
Madonna C. Faber, 60, of Dubuque, died February 16, 2019. [Read More]
The streets affected are those identified with snow route signs, which include the times that parking is restricted. ... [Read More]
Dubuque man convicted of 2nd-degree murder... [Read More]
Dubuque has received 4.5 inches of snow since midnight, according to the National Weather Service. [Read More]
Class 4A 1. North Scott, Eldridge (20-1) lost to Bettendorf 44-41, beat Burlington 63-46, beat Clinton 66-36. ... [Read More]
The Dubuque YMCA Dolphins hosted the 2019 Sectional Meet last Sunday and had 61 swimmers advance to the Iowa YMCA Swim Meet, which is set... [Read More]
The Illinois Class 1A boys prep basketball playoffs begin Monday with all six local teams competing in the East Dubuque Sectional. Here is a capsule... [Read More]
The Dubuque Hempstead girls basketball team was playing its best down the stretch, but that couldn't match the firepower of Cedar Falls on Saturday night. [Read More]
Police said a man reported a possible injury from a rear-end crash Thursday evening in Dubuque. [Read More]
Area libraries are doing their part to help the Asbury branch of the Dubuque County Library after a burst pipe in January caused significant damage... [Read More]
Kayla Marti, of Cuba City, a second year volunteer for the Dubuque on Ice Brewfest, speaks about the event, who benefits from the proceeds, what... [Read More]
For the first time, students from Hempstead High School in Dubuque have qualified for the National Speech & Debate Tournament. [Read More]
A Dubuque man recently was sentenced to five years in prison for having sexual contact with an underage girl. [Read More]