Navigator CO2 Ventures LLC has now begun the process of obtaining the required permits to build the Heartland Greenway.
Deere and Co. workers are expected to walk out if no deal is reached Wednesday.
A local group of tech/economic development leaders hoping to create a pipeline for regional tech startups received a setback last week.
Deere employees voted down the new contract offer Sunday night because of low wage increases and decreasing retirement benefits, according to one Quad-Cities union worker, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, because he feared retribution.
Union workers at Deere & Co. voted down the company's latest contract offer Sunday night.
The Simply Essentials facility in Charles City was sold to The Best Dressed Chicken back in August, but due to objections made against its bid, it is no longer involved in the purchase of the facility.
The ribbon cutting will be followed by the chamber's 105th annual meeting.
MercyOne North Iowa Dermatology Care has welcomed Katie Silberstein, PA to its team.
Deere & Co. and International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, have reached a tentative agreement on a new six-year contract.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to clarify that Steve Doerfler will remain with Metalcraft as CEO.
A new automotive detailing spot has set up shop in the city of Rockwell.
Brakke Implement in Mason City was officially sold earlier this month, on Sept. 9, for $12 million to Second Van Houweling Property LLC.
John and Mary Pappajohn, of Des Moines, have committed $10 million for John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Centers across Iowa.
In March of 2008, Jeff Mitchell became the owner of Mitchell’s Bar & Grill in Leland, and despite the town’s size, the business has persevered for 13 years.
Staff shortages continue to plague North Iowa, but no industry may be suffering more than construction.
"There’s been the shotgun wedding joke. If you get a tux rental, you can borrow a shotgun for a shotgun wedding."
"From the corner convenience store to Fortune 500 employers, everyone in our service area needs workers."
Labor Day is a day meant to celebrate and honor labor workers across the United States, but for plenty of local businesses, those workers are becoming increasingly hard to come by.
Steelhead's Wild Rose wind project in Franklin County has broken its silence.
According to Mayor Nelson Crabb, the Fairfield by Marriott will be the first new hotel in the city in over 20 years.
Natalie Swartout of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Garner recently received the firm's Spirit of Caring Award.
A North Iowa business was recently named to the annual and influential "Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America."
"I’m just frustrated and I sat on this for a couple of weeks to get my thoughts around it," owner Regina Krambeer said.
Avion Azul, a new Mexican restaurant, is headed to Mason City Municipal Airport this September.
The Simply Essentials chicken plant may soon have its new owner.