In Dayton, a community-owned and operated grocery store will set up shop in the heart of one of Ohio's largest food deserts.
Uber is replacing the job of autonomous vehicle operator with "mission specialists" who will provide more technical feedback to car developers.
Route Fifty asked local government officials what is most important to their communities’ future. Their answers may surprise you.
Two cities are debating whether it’s a form of discrimination.
The romaine lettuce crisis may be officially over, but this agriculturally rich area has taken a big economic hit.
The highest minimum wage currently listed is in Emeryville, Calif., where businesses with more than 55 employees must pay at least $15.69 an hour.
In 2017, 36 U.S. states counted Canada as their largest export market.
Can spaceports be the next economic development engine? Camden County in Georgia is betting on the industry.
Experts said the program could benefit from more structured oversight.
Still Rebuilding After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Hopes to Spur Critical Infrastructure Investment
Officials have outlined an ambitious set of P3 projects supporting electrical and water resilience, as well as economic development.
With estimates nearing a half billion in net economic benefit for cities that play host to the games, the 2026 World Cup makes Amazon HQ2 seem very 2018.
Just over 1,500 acres in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, is at the center of a case the U.S. Supreme Court will consider this fall that asks the question of how much power the federal government has to protect habitat for an endangered species, the dusky gopher frog, even though that frog hasn't lived there for decades.
Guidance for the “Opportunity Zones” program, which will provide tax breaks for investments in low-income areas, is still forthcoming.
The grant, a collaboration between two community colleges, will be used to enhance existing curriculum and to establish two training facilities—one for wine and cider, the other for beer and liquor.
The draft measure also includes additional money for programs meant to help quell opioid and heroin abuse.
The Green Mountain State is offering relocation incentives. If you’re intrigued, seeking change, or just over urban life, here’s what it’s really like to relocate.
City leaders are faced with how to prepare for a major economic development opportunity “with very few guardrails at the federal level.”
This National Digital Inclusion Alliance report isn’t something the local Chamber of Commerce is likely going to put in promotional materials.
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