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Burlington is located in southeastern Iowa, in Des Moines County. The city hoses the Snake Alley Criterium, one of the toughest bicycle races in the Midwest. The course is 15 blocks, with an elevation change of 555 feet to 678 feet. The race takes place entirely on city streets, mostly located downtown. The race is most widely known for its one block stretch on an historic brick street named Snake Alley. Snake Alley is 276 feet long and has five switchbacks over the course of a 60 foot increase in elevation.
Local Newspapers: The Hawk Eye
Local Sports Teams: Iowa Barnstormers Iowa Hawkeyes
Local Colleges: Southeastern College at Burlington
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A season for grass fires
For the last few weeks, Jeff Kerr has spent his evenings listening to high-pitched shrieks emitting from his scanner. Most of them are pages to respond to grass fires - a normally minor spring problem that has become more severe due to unusually dry conditions.Five new policy goals picked in council meeting
Every two years, the Burlington City Council sits down for hours to labor over existing policy goals and to try to agree to a handful of new ones. Four council members held a four-hour long session Thursday evening to do it again.'Forever a teacher, but on spring break'
A somber tone settled over Southeastern Community College this week as students, faculty and staff returned from spring break, though not because their vacation was over. Rather, because it was without SCC's longest-tenured faculty member and employee.SEISO presenting spring concert
The Southeast Iowa Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Robert McConnell, will conclude its 67th season by featuring the magical and dynamic music of France in concerts Saturday and Sunday. Opening the concert will be Saint-Saens' sobering and powerful Requiem featuring vocal soloists Christine Bergan of Ottumwa, Emily Wheeler of Iowa City, Dennis Willhoit of Ottumwa, and Ben Ross of Iowa City, in addition to the Southeast Iowa Symphony Chorus under the direction of Blair Buffington.New downtown sculpture serves as tribute to the arts
A 12 foot tall paint brush, adorned with four "pods" honoring areas of the arts popped up on the corner of Jefferson and 3rd Streets Monday. Bentonsport artist Christopher Bennett, Christopher Bennett Jr. and Josh Wilson installed the new sculpture outside the Art Center of Burlington as a tribute to the community's art district.Two charged after burglary at vacant home north of Burlington, Iowa
On March 12, 2018 Des Moines County Sheriff's Deputies were in the area of 13179 Highway 61 due to an unoccupied home that had been burglarized multiple times. At around 2:30 a.m., a vehicle was seen pulling into the driveway and parking behind the residence.Multiple departments respond to house fire in Burlington
A single-family home has sustained excessive damage after a house fire began before 11 p.m. Sunday night, March 11. The Burlington Fire Department responded to the 10,000 block of Wildlife Lakes Drive for reports of a house fire. Upon arrival, responding firefighters found a single-family home heavily involved in a fire.Warm temps draw crowd green with spirit
Last year, about half of the 900 or so runners and walkers who registered for the annual Shamrock Shuffle didn't show up, mostly due to the frigid temperature. The thermometer sat at an inviting 48 degrees during the sixth annual iteration of the 5K color run, and nearly all of the 750 registered runners and walkers showed up for it.Opioid addiction treatment coming to Burlington
An $80,000 grant is extending opioid addiction services in southeast Iowa, including counseling, free naloxone training and a medication-assisted treatment clinic that will begin offering services this spring. The money, awarded in October to Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services of Southeast Iowa, is part of a $5.5 million State Targeted Response to the Opioid Crisis grant.Man charged with injuring son
A Burlington man has been charged with felony child endangerment for allegedly knocking his son from a car seat because the infant would not stop crying. Joseph Michael Hartman, 30, 321 Curran St., was arrested by Burlington police about 7:15 p.m. Thursday at the Burlington police station on a warrant issued Thursday.Burlington sent 300 homeowners nuisance letters about their garages
Last Friday, Burlington staff mailed about 300 letters to homeowners ordering them to make repairs to their garages, or else pay the bill when the city has a contractor do it. Nuisance and building inspectors drove around Burlington for weeks to prepare a list of addresses with garages that violate city code.Riding angry beef at SnowBull 2018
The bulls have come back to Burlington, and they're angry - angry enough to toss around brave cowboys as though they were pesky gnats. The annual three-day long, indoor SnowBull rodeo event will return for its 26th year, and as advertised, there will be plenty of humble cowboys looking to grab a fame atop a 2,000 pound beast.Restored phone booths breathe life into Burlington Depot
The project adds period authenticity to the South Main Street building, which the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad opened in 1944. The two 1940s-era telephones at the Burlington Depot have been restored, bringing the city's former transportation hub one step closer to its former glory.Mediapolis student facing felony gun charges
Casey Banwart, 19, 18878 170th Ave., Yarmouth, was arrested for possessing a weapon stolen in a series of burglaries in early December on O'Connell Beach Road north of Burlington. Banwart was arrested about 10 a.m. on the outstanding felony warrant by Corey Whitaker, a Des Moines County Sheriff's deputy, who also is a resource officer for Mediapolis and Danville schools.Burlington wins consequential $17 million grant for Jefferson, Main and riverfront
The city will use flood wall and sewer separation work as the bulk of the grant's required local match. Burlington will need to fork over few additional funds, according to City Planner Charlie Nichols, who oversaw the application process.A new reading program is working for West Burlington schools
An about $135,000 five-year language arts program the West Burlington School District purchased for the elementary school is proving to be effective, a group of elementary teachers and certified staff told the school board Monday during a work session. "What we started to see was there were some gaps.Council considering tennis court contract
One week after a tennis court use agreement with the Burlington School District brought debate to last week's Burlington City Council work session, council members must decide on the $50,000 deal. The Burlington School District wants to pay for improvements to tennis courts in Dankward and Crapo parks in exchange for the rights to use the courts for practice from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. and hold 14 meets on the courts.Madison Avenue petitioners hope to block Burlington from grant
Armed with petitions from up and down their block, a few Madison Avenue residents are aiming to prevent Burlington from receiving an infrastructure grant that would require the city to remove their on-street parking if accepted. In December, Burlington applied for about $1.5 million to use along with about $373,000 city dollars on a resurfacing project for the stretch of Madison Avenue between South Street and Sunset Avenue.Couple busted on drug charges in West Burlington
Two people were arrested Friday on numerous drug charges after law enforcement officers executed a search warrant at a West Burlington residence. Miguel Angel Diaz, 32, and Shaina Kay Diaz, 30, were arrested after state and local narcotics officers searched their home at 404 Leffler St. in West Burlington, where they found numerous weapons, narcotics and drug-trafficking related materials.Agency Street widening will interrupt traffic again soon
In late fall, Burlington widened the stretch of Agency Street between Roosevelt and West Burlington avenues, but work halted before two intersections on the stretch were remade. Those two stoplight intersections, one at West Burlington Avenue and one by Hobby Lobby, will soon see traffic interruptions again as workers finish the job.
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