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Falbo Bros Pizzeria added to the Corridor Search business directory

The Coralville Courier is pleased to announce the addition of Falbo Bros Pizzeria to the 'Restaurant Guide' and 'Pizza' categories in the Corridor Search business directory.

Falbo brosThanks for choosing Falbo Bros.! Get ready for a unique pizza experience. Before they try our pizza, people always ask us “What is your pizza like?” “Is it Chicago style? New York style?” The answer is...neither! Our pizza is unique. We have taken inspirations from New York style thin crust pizza, Chicago Style deep dish and stuffed pizza and created our own unique style.

We make all of our pizzas the old fashioned way, the crust is rolled by hand, using dough made fresh by hand every few hours. The sauce is made from scratch, fresh every day. Our philosophy on cheese and toppings is simple, we put a ton of both on every pizza...skimping is for the other guys.

Coralville
2100 Norcor Avenue
Coralville, Iowa 52241

319 248-9090

via falbobrospizza.com<


Police: Man stole $20K from Domino's

A Coralville man has been arrested for allegedly stealing tens of thousands of dollars from a pizza restaurant he managed.

Samuel Irving Rainey, 32, of 508 Fifth St. in Coralville, has been charged with first-degree theft for allegedly pocketing deposit money from the restaurant over the course of several months earlier this year.

via www.press-citizen.com


Digest: Iowa's Gesell, Uthoff honored for academics

IOWA CITY | University of Iowa seniors Mike Gesell and Jarrod Uthoff have been named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches Honors Court for the 2014-15 season. The distinction recognizes collegiate basketball student-athletes who excelled in academics during the past season.

In order to be named to the Honors Court, a student-athlete must be an upperclassman academically and maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or higher.

via siouxcityjournal.com


College student renters fight unfair charges

Hundreds of college students who rent private apartments while attending Iowa’s three public universities routinely are taken advantage of by landlords who withhold safety deposits that might be owed back to the students, an IowaWatch investigation has shown.

It happens because the students are transient, usually moving after graduation before their lease expires; do not keep track of their expenses; and, in some instances, do not even know they are being charged fees they might not owe.

via www.press-citizen.com


Social worker hopes to bring skills to Iowa City School Board | TheGazette

IOWA CITY — Coralville resident Lori Roetlin announced this week she will be seeking a four-year term in the upcoming Iowa City school board elections.

Roetlin, 42, currently works at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, where she has been employed for the past 17 years as a social worker.

via thegazette.com


Chauncey development in Iowa City on hold as legal battle continues

IOWA CITY — Attorneys on both sides of the case between Iowa City’s Trinity Episcopal Church and the Iowa City Council over a June rezoning that greenlit the construction of the Chauncey tower say they’re hopeful a ruling can be reached as soon as possible.

On Aug. 12, Christopher Warnock, representing Trinity, and assistant Iowa City attorney Sara Greenwood Hektoen, will attend a hearing in Johnson County District Court to discuss what both consider an “aggressive” timeline to reach a ruling on the church’s June petition for writ of certiorari against the city’s approval of the Chauncey rezoning.

via www.kcrg.com