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.
The city faces a potential labor shortage in key industries it’s typically filled with immigrants.
A rapidly shrinking tax base has prompted some creative solutions from state officials.
Tariffs might protect some jobs in the U.S. steel industry, but far fewer than the number of jobs that will be lost. Here's where the impacts will be felt.
Those scraping by on six-figure salaries in Silicon Valley may be enticed by this ad campaign.
Some of America's fastest growing cities aren't actually very urban.
The American Trucking Association says their industry needs to hire 900,000 more drivers in the next 10 years to keep up with demand.
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Unlike Amazon's public HQ2 search, Apple's selection process is taking place entirely behind closed doors.
To be eligible for the matching grant program, employers must be recruiting for “quality jobs,” paying at or above the state’s median wage.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross assured senators Thursday he’s negotiating to ‘minimize the problem,’ but ‘the gap is wide.’
Gadsden offers a model for ‘getting beyond Kmart’ other cities can follow, even if their big-box stores haven’t shuttered yet.
The findings are part of Gallup's latest Economy and Personal Finance poll.
The National League of Cities has been working with six in particular to improve access to skills training and postsecondary education like their economies depend on it—because they do.
The proposal plans to reinvest in public housing and the 2.2 million lowest-income seniors, people with disabilities, families with children, and other individuals who live in public housing.
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