One southern Indiana town is seeing benefits from the opening of the previous three sections of interstate.
A panel of Bloomington leaders Tuesday night addressed economic development topics in the second installment of the City Issues Forum.
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A recently released report identifies five challenges prohibiting economic growth in the region.
The Bloomington City Council revisited the definition of standardized businesses, and voted on tax abatements for a building project near the B-Line Trail.
The plan is being developed using a $615,000 grant from the Lilly Endowment.
Finances, economic development and legislation passed in the last session of the General Assembly are topics at the meeting.
The Senate Local Government Committee voted 7-2 to let Marion and Hamilton County voters decide whether to authorize a tax hike to expand Indy‘s bus system.
Radius, an economic development company, works within eight counties in South Central Indiana.
According to the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, only four of every five jobs promised has materialized over the last year.