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Visit Indy, the official tourism website for Indianapolis, estimates the
economic impact of the NFL Scouting Combine to be $5.5 million.
The uncertainty of the national budget looms as no solidified alternate
proposal from Congress or President Barack Obama has yet to be
The national auto insurer announced it would open a new customer service center in Carmel, Ind. bringing 1,200 new jobs to the region.
Senate Bill 91 establishes a “motorsports investment district” and
authorizes horse racing associations and racino, a combination of a
casino and racetrack, licensees to negotiate the amount of slot machine
receipts that support the horse racing industry, according to the bill.
This money will especially be directed toward helping young children
enrich their education. Obama’s Preschool for All proposal would
allocate $75 billion during the next 10 years to ensure all students
begin their kindergarten careers prepared.
The Indiana Association of Realtors released the Indiana Real Estate
Markets Report on Monday, which indicated that the first quarter of 2013
saw an increase of closed home sales from the first quarter of 2012.
Monroe County is receiving $12,183,660 for road maintenance and
expansion after the Indiana General Assembly’s reassigning of 1 percent
of Indiana’s sales tax revenue.
The IU Health system announced Thursday it would eliminate 800 jobs by
the end of the year. This amounts to a total reduction of 2 percent of
its overall workforce.
Feeding Indiana’s Hungry, Indiana’s state food bank association,
released data Wednesday showing nearly one in four Indiana households
with children said they could not consistently afford food.
The findings of a United States Census Bureau report indicated the median household income for Indiana in
2012 was $46,707, which is lower than the U.S. median household income
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development reported the largest
one-month decrease in Indiana’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in
more than two years.
About 40 General Electric employees and friends marched along Curry Pike
Thursday in neon green shirts to protest the 160 layoffs happening at
the Bloomington plant.
An unemployment benefit program that has aided more than 600,000
Hoosiers since it began is planned to expire by the end of December.
Earlier this year, the Indiana General Assembly passed a law to change
the dispersal dates of the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Plan
benefits, also known as food stamps.
Indiana workers are below the national average in union membership.
One in three foreclosed homes in the Indianapolis-Carmel metro area sat
abandoned last year, more than anywhere else in the country, according
to data gathered from realty analytics firm RealtyTrac.
The Indiana Department of Local Government Finance approved Bloomington
Township’s 2014 Budget despite protests from 17 residents regarding
salary raises for top officials.
Community members voiced their opinions concerning the lack of summer homeless shelters available during Wednesday's city council meeting.
The Bloomington Economic Development Corporation presented the
fourth-annual “State of the Bloomington Regional Economy” report last
Local police officers responded to a call that a man was dropping money in the streets of Bloomington.