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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
Shoeboxes full of heart-warming gifts for Operation Christmas Child

The season of giving begins in a big way each year in October during the Operation Christmas Child program Tuesday at First Christian Church. The annual event lead by Rick Mellinger of Burlington gathered about 70 volunteers who work through an assembly line of donated items and pack shoeboxes for children in need.

Couple creating laser etching service

Danville's Amanda and Ed Parker have years to wait but they already have their retirement plan etched in stone. It is also etched in glass, metal, acrylics, wood and a wide a range of material they have yet to explore.

Renovations underway at old Grier's Diner

The 1940s-era restaurant once was a hub for travelers passing through the bustling Burlington train depot, and a place locals gathered for lunch and a slice of pie. Though no lease agreement has been reached between the city and a tenant, Burlington resident Matt Murray has expressed interest in reopening it as a restaurant.

Hetta Gilbert: stocked and ready

The annual Hetta Gilbert Resale is this weekend at the Perkins Park shelter house in Burlington. Since 1990 the Hetta Gilbert Children's Medical Fund has given more than $300,000 to the children in the Des Moines County area.

Voters pack city hall to hear from supervisor candidates

Voters again packed Burlington City Hall Tuesday as candidates for the Des Moines County Board of Supervisors pitched their ideas for the office three weeks out from Election Day. Republican incumbent Tom Broeker and his Democratic challenger Laura Blanchard participated in a 45-minute forum hosted by the Greater Burlington Partnership, the second such forum at which the candidates met this year.

West Burlington sees jump in special needs costs

The West Burlington School Board Monday approved an allowable growth application of $224,966 for the district's 2017-18 school year special education deficit. The application now will go to the School Budget Review Committee for approval.

Flood wall put to the test with Sunday crest

Burlington's flood wall got its first test over the weekend as flood waters on the Mississippi River pushed the concrete barrier up against its comfort zone. As a result, the flood wall, a portion of which was completed in April, cracked in several places and experienced some seepage.

Area students get to work

High school and college students enrolled in construction trades classes are making their mark in southeast Iowa by partnering with public entities and lending their skills to construction projects that will last well into the future. Southeastern Community College carpentry students are in their first year building a home through a partnership with Southeast Iowa Regional Planning Commission through Southeast Iowa Housing Inc., which owns the site, and Great River Housing, Inc., which is providing financing and a grant for the project.

Art gallery coming to SCC

With the addition of the Lawrence & Marilyn Matteson Family Health & Science Complex, Southeastern Community College's West Burlington campus now has enough space for a permanent art gallery. The college launched the Building the Dream Campaign in 2014 to raise money to build Blackhawk Tower, the Great River Health System Health Professions Center and the John H. Witte Jr. Hall of Sciences on the West Burlington campus, and the Industrial Technologies Training Center at the Keokuk campus.

Jury to decide Purham's fate

Both the prosecution and defense rested their cases Wednesday - the defense without calling any witnesses - in the trial of a second man accused in the March 2016 killing of a gender-fluid Burlington teenager. Wapello County public defender Alan Cook III, who is representing Jaron "Wikked West" Purham, 25, formerly of St. Louis, rested his case after District Court Judge Mary Ann Brown's denied of his motion for acquittal on the grounds prosecutors failed to make their case against his client.

Trash cart delivery underway in Burlington

Burlington City Council made quick work of its agenda Monday with talk of trash carts, road construction and fire prevention. Don Fitting, superintendent at the city's wastewater treatment facility, told the council about 44 percent of trash carts they purchased from Rehrig Pacific were delivered to residences across town since distribution began Sept.

Testimony begins in Purham trial

According to witness testimony given Friday during the trial of a second man charged in the March 2016 death of a gender-fluid Burlington teenager, Jaron Purham, appeared calm the night of the murder. Deangelo Haley, 23, of Burlington was with Jaron "Wikked West" Purham and Jorge "Lumni" Sanders-Galvez, whom he knew only by their nicknames at the time, before and after 16-year-old Kedarie Johnson's body was discovered in tall grass next to a garage in an alleyway south of Walnut Street near Fourth and Fifth streets shortly after 11:30 p.m. March 2, 2016.

Review: Puns on 'Nunset' from the outset

Nuns are almost as funny as mimes at times, and some sects even dress like those lovable French clowns, black and white and shuttling about with jerky break-dance moves, like excited penguins, maybe. At the Little Theater in Burlington, the nuns not only dance, they sing and crack wise as Players Workshop presents its third of the Nunsense series, "Nunsense Boulevard: The Nunsense Hollywood Bowl Show" by Dan Goggin.

Jury selection to resume in Purham trial

Jury selection will resume today in Washington County District Court in the first-degree murder trial of a man accused of killing a Burlington teenager in March 2016. Jaron "Wikked West" Purham, 25, formerly of St. Louis, is one of two men charged with first-degree murder in the death of Kedarie Johnson, 16, a gender-fluid Burlington High School student who was sexually assaulted and tortured before his bullet-riddled body was found March 2, 2016, in an alleyway near South and Walnut streets.

Burlington man, 32, killed in crash

A man from Burlington, Iowa was killed Monday in a head-on collision on U.S. Route 34 west of Monmouth. Illinois State Police say Dochterman was driving a Chevy Cobalt which crossed the center line into the path of a semi-trailer truck, resulting in a head-on crash.

Gov. Reynolds tries her hand at welding

One try at welding a piece of metal was not enough for Gov. Kim Reynolds. She wanted a product she could be proud of.

Burlington Police Investigate Shooting

One person is in the hospital with a gunshot wound in Burlington, Iowa. Police say around 9:30 Tuesday morning, September 25th, emergency crews were called to the 100 block of S. Garfield.

City to submit grant application for riverfront

Burlington city staff continue to move the chains on riverfront improvements with discussion Monday of a grant application to help fund projects along the Mississippi River. During a work session at City Hall, council members heard from city planner Charlie Nichols about his plan to submit a Great Places application with the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs.

Kewion Boyce, who is charged with hitting a police officer with his car, pleads not guilty

Burlington police officers encountered Boyce Aug. 29 after a vehicle that had been stolen from Fort Madison was spotted in a parking lot on West Avenue. A man who struck a Burlington police officer with his car during a traffic stop Aug. 29 entered a plea of not guilty Monday to several felony and misdemeanor charges in district court.

Trial set for Wischmeier who is charged with vehicular homicide

The trial for a rural Burlington man accused of vehicular homicide in the death of his wife is expected to take place over the course of four days as defense and prosecuting attorneys have a number of witnesses and experts who will testify. Bradley Wischmeier, 58, appeared Monday before District Judge John Linn to reassert his right to a speedy trial, effective Sept.

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