A bright yellow “STORE CLOSING” sign is now hanging above the Dillard’s Clearance entry at the Mall of the Bluffs, 1751 Madison Ave., for the public to see.
A bright yellow "STORE CLOSING" sign is now hanging above the Dillard's Clearance entry at the Mall of the Bluffs, 1751 Madison Ave., for the public to see.
Caesars Entertainment has agreed to merge with Eldorado Resorts to create the largest U.S. gaming company, the companies announced Monday.
The Board of Directors of the Council Bluffs Chamber of Commerce announced Monday that Tom Hanafan has been hired as its interim president and chief executive officer. Hanafan will begin his chamber duties July 1.
Jodi Schuning’s dream has come true in the form of Council Bluffs’ newest restaurant, The Porch, located at 2327 S. 24th St.
DES MOINES — Like farmers throughout the Midwest, this spring’s torrential rains turned Andrew Dunham’s land into sticky muck that set him back nearly a month in planting his crops.
The Micah House homeless shelter recently rolled out a new program called Hearts Embraced by Art for Restorative Therapy or H.E.A.R.T.
The Council Bluffs Area Chamber of Commerce utilized its mid-year meeting to mark the graduation of the 31st class of Leadership Council Bluffs and to hear from a local businessman about success.
President Donald Trump visited Council Bluffs Tuesday to celebrate a “victory” with Iowa and Nebraska farmers at the Southwest Iowa Renewable Energy plant.
Council Bluffs Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dan Koenig submitted his resignation, effective July 5, to the Chamber’s Board of Directors Friday.
To help support area youth, TS Bank donated $5,000 to TeamMates of Council Bluffs to expand the chapter’s impact with Council Bluffs youth. The bank and its nonprofit arm, TS Institute, presented the check during a ceremony in May at Thomas Jefferson High School in Council Bluffs.
Neil Sterling Shaver, 95, of Council Bluffs, whose hand-printed, deluxe limited-edition books are included in the special collections of a number of libraries here and abroad, died Tuesday.
Mad Ox Bakery, 215 W Broadway, is closing its retail space, transitioning to a home bakery and accepting orders in advance beginning July 1.
Two Oakland businesses are hosting a grand opening block party on Main Street on June 13 from 4 to 7 p.m., celebrating new business and economic growth in Oakland.
Mad Ox Bakery is closing its retail space, transitioning to a home bakery and accepting orders in advance beginning July 1.
NeighborWorks Home Solutions is a federally funded organization, but its mission serves the Council Bluffs community locally in almost every aspect.
It’s $5 owner Ryan Wager wasn’t planning a long-term commitment to Council Bluffs when he signed a temporary lease to the vacant, former JCPenney retail space in the Mall of the Bluffs.
Beltone, a national hearing aid company, presented its award of highest honor to audiologist Dean Kent, the owner of several Beltone locations in the area, during its annual national conference.
A recent survey conducted by Express Employment Professionals found how much employers would offer a “star” employee to stay with the company, according to a release from Jim Myers, franchise owner of Express Employment Professionals in Council Bluffs.
Dusted Charm, a local clothing boutique, held a “give back” event Friday with 25% of the day’s proceeds to be donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in honor of 17-month-old community member Jason Jensen, who was born with cystic fibrosis.
OMAHA — The Trump administration is following through on a plan to allow year-round sales of gasoline mixed with 15% ethanol.
The Small Business Administration approved more than $25 million in federal disaster loans for Iowa businesses and residents impacted by severe storms and flooding that occurred March 12 through May 16.
Cobalt Credit Union hosted a free “shred” day and food drive Saturday at Super Saver, 1141 N. Broadway, to help protect participant’s identities and collect food for Food Bank of the Heartland in Omaha.
Trucks and forklifts were busy in the 40 Arena Way parking lot last week — busy ensuring Full Fledged Brewing Company is equipped to serve locally brewed beer to the Council Bluffs market.
CHI Health Foundation and TS Bank are partnering with CHI Health Mercy Hospital’s Behavioral Health team to revitalize a garden and green space for McDermott Center patients.
Dressbarn announced plans to commence a ‘wind down’ of its retail operations Monday, meaning the eventual closure of its 650 stores — including one in Council Bluffs.
Dressbarn announced plans to commence a ‘wind down’ of its retail operations Monday, including the eventual closure of its 650 stores, according to a release from the company.
Google.org and Googlers are donating more than $125,000 to flood relief efforts in Iowa and Nebraska to support the work of organizations such as the American Red Cross, Team Rubicon and United Way of the Midlands. The support will help communities devastated by flooding in early March.
Frank W. Pechacek Jr. and Jamie L. Cox, partners at Willson & Pechacek, P.L.C. spoke on April 5, 2019, about property tax assessments at the Northeast District of Assessors Association’s Board of Review School, in Waverly, Iowa.
In celebration of National Small Business Week, a locally woman-owned construction company was named “Small Business of the Day” from the office of U.S. Senator Joni Ernst and the Senate Committee on Small Business Entrepreneurship on Thursday.
Forty Pottawattamie County frontline tourism employees were nominated for the Omaha Metropolitan Area Tourism Awards and honored during a luncheon Wednesday at the Mid-America Center.