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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.

Population: 26839
Local Newspapers: The Hawk Eye
Local Sports Teams: Iowa Barnstormers Iowa Hawkeyes
Local Colleges: Southeastern College at Burlington

Zip Codes associated with burlington, iowa: 52601
Towns/Cities near burlington, iowa : Mt Pleasant Fort Madison Middletown Beaverdale New London Danville Augusta Gulfport IL

Burlington News
Mayor thanks area fire departments

Burlington Mayor Shane McCampbell recognized several area fire departments Monday for their assistance battling the Tama Complex fire earlier this month. McCampbell handed out Mayor's Awards to fire departments in Danville, Fort Madison, Mediapolis, Mount Pleasant, West Burlington and Burlington at the start of the city council meeting.

Mark Farran sentenced to five years in prison on sex charge

Despite impassioned pleas from his wife, 41-year-old Mark Farran was sentenced Monday to five years in prison after pleading guilty earlier this year to sexually assaulting his stepdaughter. Farran, who owns a window-cleaning business in Burlington, was ordered to prison by District Judge Mary Ann Brown on a single charge of incest, a class D felony.

Support for a perplexing disease

When Burlington resident Janet Payne was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis a few years ago, she fell into a deep depression, assuming her life was over. Now Panye is advocating for awareness of MS and has started a new MS support group titled MS Newbies and Warriors, which will begin meeting the third Monday of each month at the Burlington Public Library.

Spiritualism fills Burlington parks

As faithful Catholics lowered their heads for Mass during the Faith Festival in Crapo Park Saturday evening, the fifth annual Southeast Iowa Pagan Fest concluded with its own prayer circle in Dankwardt Park. "We're just saying goodbye to the entities on the other side of the veil who helped us through the day," said Pagan organizer Lydia Gittings.

Keeping downtown alive after the Tama Complex fire

Business owners have seen lighter traffic, as well as a lot of support in the two weeks after the fire. But it's going to be a while before life returns to normal in the downtown shopping district.

Faithful feet kick off Faith Festival

As Tony Melendez warmed up his feet by playing the guitar beneath him with his toes Friday evening, the lawn in front of the Crapo Park slowly filled with people. Some brought lawn chairs, while others took advantage of the metal folding chairs in front of the stage.

IPIB to continue Steele probe

The Iowa Public Information Board will move forward with its case against two law enforcement agencies despite a federal judge's decision earlier this week to unseal several documents in the fatal 2015 police shooting of Autumn Steele. Margaret Johnson, executive director of the IPIB, said during the board's monthly meeting Thursday in Des Moines, the board would continue the process it initiated more than three years ago, following the death of the 34-year-old Steele.

Help needed to fix roof at Heritage Center Museum

The scaffolding surrounding the Heritage Center Museum in Burlington will remain up through the rest of the year, and when it comes down, the 120-year-old building will have a new roof. Robin Schneiderman, co-director of finance and operations for the museum, is confident supporters will respond.

Looking for clues in Tama's remains

The public should not expect speedy answers to lingering questions. Except this one: The sprinklers weren't on because they didn't have to be, Burlington's fire marshal said.

Taking time to water the flowers

The investigation continues Monday as inspectors sift through the rubble of the back side of the Tama Complex more than a week after the fire in Burlington.

Arrest made in Demarcus Chew murder

A 28-year-old Chicago area man was charged Monday with first-degree murder in the execution-style killing of Demarcus "Peanut" Chew, who was shot to death last September on North Hill in Burlington. Antoine Calvin Spann of Park Forest, Illinois, is accused of killing the 26-year-old Chew about 6 a.m. Sept.

Park Forest man arrested for 2017 Burlington shooting

Burlington Police and Burlington Ambulance personnel responded to the area of North 5th Street and Iowa Street in Burlington for a report of a man that had been shot on September 10th, 2017. A warrant was issued for Antoine Calvin Spann for Murder in the First Degree.

Cheryl A. Loring

Cheryl A. Loring, 63, of Burlington, was called into heaven at 5:57 a.m. Thursday, August 9, 2018 at Great River Medical Center surrounded by her family. Born October 12, 1954 in Ottumwa, Iowa, she was the daughter of Virgil and Doris Curtis.

52 Faces: Coming home to the priesthood

A journey of faith marked an important milepost in May 2017, when Dan Dorau was ordained a Catholic priest and became a parochial vicar in the Davenport Diocese. In July of this year, Dorau took another step forward in that journey to Christ when he came to serve as a priest in Burlington's Divine Mercy Catholic Parish.

Judge throws out evidence

A district judge Friday suppressed the results of a blood alcohol test taken from Bradley Wischmeier who is charged with vehicular homicide in the death of his wife. District Judge Michael Schilling issued his 25-page ruling suppressing blood samples taken from Wischmeier after his public defender, James Beres, accused police and an associate judge of not following Iowa law in attempting to obtain permission to draw blood from Wischmeier without following proper procedures.

Investigators meet on Tama fire

State and local agencies looking into a fire late Saturday that destroyed two historic buildings at the Tama Complex in downtown Burlington met for about two hours Thursday to compare notes and discuss how to move forward with the inquiry. Burlington Fire Chief Matt Trexel said the meeting, aimed at discussing how the investigation was proceeding, included investigators from the state fire marshal's office, detectives with the Burlington Police Department and insurance investigators.

Downtown resilient in wake of fires

Downtown Burlington has a history of fire, and though some of its buildings have been destroyed, the communities they bolstered remain strong.

It's not anti-cop to ask questions in this death

About 10:30 a.m., police were summoned to 104 S. Garfield Ave., where Autumn and Gabriel Steele were arguing outside their house. Less than a minute after Officer Jesse Hill arrived to investigate, Autumn Steele, 34, was on the ground.

Uncertainty in aftermath of Tama Complex fire

The two buildings at the northwest corner of Third and Jefferson streets were nearing completion on a $12.5 million renovation. The Tama Complex has survived multiple devastating fires in its 122-year history, but the destruction unleashed Saturday night likely will prove to be its final battle.

Future of Tama Complex goes up in flames

A devastated Eric Renteria watched as firefighters doused the charred, crumbling skeleton of the Tama Complex Sunday morning, his future as hazy as the white smoke that choked the downtown streets. Burlington firefighters and mutual aid from at least half-a-dozen fire departments continued to douse the smoking, two building complex with high powered streams of water late Sunday morning, a good 12 hours after the building caught fire.

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