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Looking For Positive News In Iowa And Illinois? What’s The Good News For June, Quad-Cities?

June 1st, 2022
Looking For Positive News In Iowa And Illinois? What's The Good News For June, Quad-Cities?

Hey, it’s summer, and it’s time to smile and be happy the winter is behind us! And it’s also time to celebrate some of the great news happening around the area in our latest What’s The Good News? column on QuadCities.com and segment on KWQC-TV6’s “Paula Sands Live!” So, what’s the good news for June? Quad City Strikers Celebrates Presidents Cup Wins The Presidents Cup pits the best youth soccer teams in Iowa against each other for the coveted title of best in the state, and three teams from the Quad-Cities have won the trophy and are going on to compete against the tops in the Midwest... Read More

Quad-Cities Ranked One Of The Most Affordable Places To Live In The U.S.

July 15th, 2021
Quad-Cities Ranked One Of The Most Affordable Places To Live In The U.S.

Looking for one of the best bargains for a hometown? Looking for a place with the most affordable cost of living? Looking for a spot to get a great home for a cheap price? You’re living in a place where you can find all of the above — the Quad-Cities. US News and World Report has ranked the Quad-Cities number three overall in the cheapest places to live in the United States. The ranking was based on the median gross rent and annual housing costs for mortgage-paying homeowners of each metro area, and these are the cities with the lowest cost of living in the country. For more information... Read More

Quad-Cities Ranks #79 in National Best Places Report, #6 Most Affordable

October 14th, 2020
Quad-Cities Ranks #79 in National Best Places Report, #6 Most Affordable

The Quad-Cities ranks number 79 among the top 150 best places to live in the nation, and the sixth most affordable, according to U.S. News & World Report. The report, released this week, represents a pretty good win in economic development. U.S. News analyzed 150 metro areas in the U.S. to find the best places to live, based on quality of life and the job market in each metro area, as well as the value of living there and people’s desire to live there. The report used 2019 figures, showing the Q-C with a 4.2% unemployment rate (it was twice that as of August 2020), metro population of... Read More