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The Indiana Chamber of Commerce recently published the June update for its Vision for 2025 project.
Economic Development Corporation hopes to increase Indiana’s economic vibrancy
by analyzing the economies of regional cities and applying similar strategies
Exports in Indiana declined in 2013 after a record high the previous year.
Amazon announced the construction of a 150 megawatt wind farm in Northern Indiana.
The It's Your Money Project is focused on helping young people in Monroe County stay on top of their finances.
7,000 Hoosiers were scammed by Chase Bank.
Nominations are being accepted until Oct. 14.
The In the Red Act will allow students to refinance their student loans.
New Hope is an emergency shelter that provides housing for about 90 days to family units — children and their legal guardians — with no restrictions on marital status, sexual orientation or religion.
Knowledge Services provides cloud software and services.
Almost 700 people signed the petition.
Keep the People in People's Park on Wednesday discussed ways to improve the situation for homeless and combat discrimination.
Approximately 4.6 million seniors are living below the poverty line.
Bloomington Police request more than one million dollar increase in their 2017 budget.
Students canning may be classified as aggressive panhandling.
Monroe County Council approved grant funding for Planned Parenthood and All Options Pregnancy Center.
The shelter supports as many as 60 homeless each night.
112 firefighters received incorrect overtime payments.
President Obama requested $1.1 billion dollars in his budget earlier this year.
Homecoming weekend provides a glimpse of contrast between homeless and students.