Local 4 News update: April 21

Timothy's House of Hope, Costco to Davenport, Putnam photo event

DAVENPORT, Iowa - Stories we're following at Local 4 News:

 

Zoning problems forced a program that feeds the homeless in Davenport to close its doors. The building that's home to Timothy's House of Hope is zoned as a church but not an outreach program. The program's founder will now need to present a plan to the zoning board for approval. Mayra Cordova reports.  

 

Davenport could soon get a Costco near the Elmore corridor. There are no specific design plans from the company yet, but Costco has already purchased land. The city would have to re-zone the land from agricultural to commercial. So far, no timeline has been released. A public meeting is set for May 4. Details.  

 

You can help the Putnam Museum celebrate 150 years with its second free photo event starting today. You can sign up for a free professional photo to add to the Putnam's collection, and take a copy home too. The event runs today through Sunday from noon to 3 p.m. For info, click here.  

 

The 4th annual Spring Rock and Gem Show kicks off this weekend. It's put on by the Blackhawk Gem and Mineral Club. Doors open Saturday at 9 a.m. at Hotel Davenport and runs through Sunday. Briana Collier reports.  

 

Looking ahead - the third annual Bettendorf in Bloom takes place on Saturday, May 13. It brings businesses and residents together to plant flowers and clean up the downtown-riverfront area and city parks. To learn how you can register to help out, click here.  

 

For the latest QC weather conditions, click here.  

 

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