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Davenport, who was released from prison on licence in May due to acute kidney problems Famous face: Victoria Silvstedt launches her own lingerie range, 'Very Victoria Silvstedt', at 33 Portland Place, central London He told the Sunday Telegraph : '
00 am Published: July 18, 2014 3:00 a.m...Adolfo Reina blasted home runs in the second and eighth, and Franmil Reyes had a three-run homer in the third for a 5-0 lead. Trea Turner, who was 2 for 4, tripled in the first and was brought home on a
The Missouri Valley Conference women's basketball tournament will move to Moline, Ill., in 2016, according to the Dispatch-Argus of the Quad Cities. The MVC and the Quad Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau scheduled news conferences for 2 p.m...
Victor Greenwich, now living in Sydney, who says he is a descendent of a princely Georgian house. Greenwich said he listed the site on Trade Me on June 26, and it had been viewed more than 1400 times. The formerly grand Marycrest, visible in hills
A 22-year-old Houston Astros prospect's first home run of the season was caught by a familiar fan: his father. Quad Cities first baseman Conrad Gregor launched a three-run shot in the sixth inning of the Class-A River Bandits' 5-2 win over the Cedar
Allison Curtis came looking to add length to a game that was already as straight as a Nebraska highway...Today 3:00 am Harman leads John Deere by 1 Brian Harman had two eagles in a 6-under 65 on Saturday that gave him a one-stroke lead after three
American Brian Harman clinched a late ticket to the British Open when he won the John Deere Classic by one stroke in Silvis, Illinois, on Sunday. The left-hander handled the pressure of leading to card a closing five-under-par 66 at TPC John Deere
It wasn't the prettiest win, but the Cougars were able to hang on to a 9-5 victory over the River Bandits at Modern Woodmen Park on Thursday night. In a game that featured a rabbit delay, the Cougars (14-5, 59-30) avoided a dramatic comeback by Quad
Iowa On the verge of its centennial, a veteran event planner and concert worker is ready to breathe new life back into the Col Ballroom. Lee Neece says he will close July 14 on the purchase of the venue along Davenport's 4th Street where the likes of
Iowa One of four people accused of growing marijuana in the eastern Iowa town of Long Grove has pleaded guilty. The Quad-City Times says (http://bit.ly/VF2V3F ) 49-year-old Stephen Bloomer made his plea Monday as jury selection began in a Davenport