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- New-business launcher EforAll raises $1M, offers mentors to county entrepreneurs Berkshire Eagle
PITTSFIELD — A group of area civic, community and business leaders has raised $1 million to help launch new Berkshire County businesses through the ...
- Billionaire David Koch, conservative donor, dies at age 79 Wichita Eagle
Billionaire David Koch, a major donor to conservative causes and educational groups, dies at 79.
- MEDA Unveils Finalists in Million Dollar Pitch Competition Twin Cities Business Magazine
The Metropolitan Economic Development Association's (MEDA) Million Dollar Challenge rolls on. On Wednesday evening, 22 minority entrepreneurs pitched ...
- 'What do you lose if you don't have anything?' - Why 1 in 3 businesses in Dallas are owned by immigrants Dallas News
Starting a business was a small risk for Alfredo Duarte compared to when he left his hometown of Durango, Mexico and crossed the U.S.-Mexico border...
- Community pitches in to install, repair military tribute banners Digital Media Exclusive 0 comments Butler Eagle
For Dillon Ellwood, it wasn't just about civic pride and community involvement Tuesday morning while manning the controls of the bucket truck to best position it ...
- State Officials Designate Southeast Indiana As 21st Century Talent Region Eagle 99.3 FM WSCH
The designation is for Indiana communities focused on working collaboratively to attract, develop and connect talent.
- Indiana business icon Chuck Spadafora passes away at 77 Indiana Gazette
The community is mourning a well-known Indiana businessman and civic leader who has passed away.
- Endorsement: Lyndy Wells says backroom deals have no place in city government Wichita Eagle
As mayor, Lyndy Wells says he would increase transparency in city government, seek input from residents and end questionable backroom deals involving ...
- Immigrants have entrepreneurial spirit — they own 1 in 3 businesses in Dallas The Philadelphia Inquirer
Bravery in risk-taking is often cited by researchers who explain immigrants' outstanding entrepreneurial spirit. In Dallas, it has changed the landscape.
- Town of Vail planning ahead on civic area, hiking sustainability RealVail
The Town of Vail is planning ahead on a couple of different fronts: the redevelopment of the town's public amentities in the form of the Draft Civic Area Master ...
- Hundreds of houses in Eagle and Star. Duplexes in Meridian. See what’s coming near you Idaho Statesman
Duplexes in Meridian. Hundreds of houses in Eagle and Star. Wider overpasses on I-84. Hot dog, gyro and Chinese restaurants. Our latest weekly roundup of ...
- Big Play Festival! Hangar brings strong series of plays ithaca.com
One of Michael Barakiva's hallmarks is abundance, and he has elected to end his third season as the Hangar's Artistic Director with a veritable feast of language, ...
- Call to install, repair banners answered Butler Eagle
For Dillon Ellwood, it wasn't just about civic pride and community involvement Tuesday morning while manning the controls of the bucket truck to best position it ...
- How Civic Eagle's pivot to B2B boosted revenue and won over investors Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal
Since early 2018, Civic Eagle has raised $600000 and has gone from zero to $8500 in monthly recurring revenue. It's also a part of Techstars' 2019 class.
- United States of Berks: How Kutztown, Laureldale and Leesport got their names Reading Eagle
Get acquainted with the history of the areas and points of interest in each Berks County municipality.
- Executive Spotlight: Laurie Norton Moffatt, Norman Rockwell Museum CEO Berkshire Eagle
Laurie Norton Moffatt was majoring in art history at Connecticut College in 1977 when she did a summer internship at the Norman Rockwell Museum in ...
- Prospective new operator emerges for shuttered Berkshire Carousel Berkshire Eagle
PITTSFIELD — While watching a ballgame this summer at Wahconah Park, Mayor Linda Tyer turned to a friend and floated an idea.What if the dormant ...
- Government Oversight: Dothan officials tweak budget process to promote clarity Dothan Eagle
Dothan's new city manager Kevin Cowper has initiated some subtle – and not so subtle – tweaks to the city's budgeting process, a meeting this week revealed.
- 2 top researchers quitting MIT Media Lab over Epstein ties Bryan-College Station Eagle
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Two prominent researchers are quitting MIT's Media Lab over revelations that the famed technology research hub and its director ...
- Overlooked No More: Lau Sing Kee, War Hero Jailed for Helping Immigrants The New York Times
Kee was awarded for his bravery in World War I, but later became a convicted criminal when he skirted discriminatory laws to help immigrants move to America ...
- Letter: Support, not location, is key to carousel Berkshire Eagle
To the editor:I am writing this letter as a donor and sponsor of the Berkshire Carousel, member of the original planning committee, and as a board member and ...
- The evolution of the VW Beetle brand finally rolls to a stop this month Reading Eagle
The first Volkswagen Beetles hit the U.S. market in the early 1950s, and 10 years later they were selling hundreds of thousands a year. Sales peaked at 420,000 ...
- Marshall salutes Smith, defends conservative principles Daily Mountain Eagle
State Attorney General Steve Marshall, left, talks with Alabama Republican Chairwoman Terry Lathan before Thursday's Walker County Republican Party ...
- Portland mayor decries violence, hatred ahead of rally Wichita Eagle
The mayor of Portland, Oregon, says anyone planning violence or espousing hatred at a weekend protest by right-wing groups in the liberal city "are not ...
- US homeland security chief: Racism is fueling some terrorism Wichita Eagle
The Homeland Security head says white supremacist ideology is fueling some domestic terrorism.
- Nicaraguan opposition slams government’s no show at talks Wichita Eagle
Nicaraguan opposition leaders returned to the negotiating table Wednesday at a business center where talks on resolving the country's political crisis stalled ...
- Eagle primary voter guide 2019: Wichita mayor Wichita Eagle
Wichitans can choose from nine candidates for mayor in the Aug. 6 primary. The top two vote-getters will advance to the November general election. Eight of the ...
- Public Meetings | Calendars NRToday.com
DRAIN. Monday, Aug. 26. North Douglas School District Board — 6:30 p.m., North Douglas High School Library, 305 S. Main St., Drain. 541-836-2223. GLIDE.
- Demographic Change: Race-based tensions rock Downey The Downey Patriot
Life for the first middle-class Mexican Americans in Downey was shaped by their place as the demographic minority. To avoid race-based tensions, they took to ...
- Hungary’s Orban critical of EU leaders on migration, economy Wichita Eagle
Hungary's prime minister says the European Union made "grave mistakes" in the past five years regarding migration and the economy.
- Summary of recent criminal activity in Austintown and Canfield Youngstown Vindicator
A summary of recent criminal activity in Austintown and the city of Canfield: AUSTINTOWN. Aug. 15. Aggravated menacing: Police responded to a report of ...
- Golan Heights Israeli wind farm project unites Jewish settlers, Golan Druze Al-Monitor
In the Golan Heights, Israeli settlers and Druze have joined forces to oppose a wind farm project.
- Two seek new 3-year seat on Cheshire's top board Berkshire Eagle
CHESHIRE — Dozens of campaign signs have sprouted up on Cheshire lawns reminding voters who the five candidates are in the upcoming special election ...
- “Rev-Up MKE” Finalists Compete to Bring New Businesses to the Near West Side urbanmilwaukee
MILWAUKEE – Near West Side Partners, Inc. (NWSP) today announced five finalists selected as part of the fourth annual Rev-Up MKE small business ...
- Baldwinsville History Mystery: Do you know anything about these pictures? Eagle News Online
Question: This History Mystery has been in the works for approximately two years. There are a lot of readily known facts about the dam that didn't quite add up ...
- Memories made at Gravette Day celebration Westside Eagle Observer
GRAVETTE -- "Making Memories" was the theme for Gravette Day 2019, and local photographer Steve Huckriede was chosen as the parade's grand marshal ...
- Former City Hall lobbyist accuses Wichita of violating protest rights at golf course Wichita Eagle
A former lobbyist for the city of Wichita has filed a complaint with the district attorney's office, claiming the city's golf director squelched the First Amendment rights ...
- 10 Minnesota Companies Named Semi-Finalists in 2019 MEDA Million Dollar Challenge Twin Cities Business Magazine
The companies are among 22 semifinalists selected in the second year of the Metropolitan Economic Development Association's minority entrepreneurism ...
- Profile in Excellence: Shawntera Hardy | Business | insightnews.com Insight News
In the early nineties in Youngstown, Ohio, sixth grader Shawntera Hardy made a contractual investment that would change the trajectory of her life.
- Bankruptcy Judge Approves Sale of Reading Eagle to Chain U.S. News & World Report
READING, Pa. (AP) — A federal judge says he intends to approve the sale of the Reading Eagle to a company known for taking over struggling newspapers and ...
- MEDA Names Semifinalists in Minority Entrepreneurship Competition American Inno
The Metropolitan Economic Development Association has selected 22 semifinalists from a pool of more than 500 applicants for its second annual Million Dollar ...
- Ahead Of Civic Park Opening, L'burg Redevelopment Commission Lands Restaurant Agreement Eagle 99.3 FM WSCH
Hrezo Engineering and the Lawrenceburg Redevelopment Commission reach a deal on turning the old firehouse into a trendy new restaurant.
- Political Tech Company Uses AI to Aid Advocacy Campaigns American Inno
Just when you thought politics couldn't become anymore nuanced, there's Civic Eagle, a tech startup founded by four African Americans that uses artificial ...
- Meet Minne Inno's 2019 'Inno on Fire' Winners American Inno
Every story and newsletter published by Minne Inno seeks to highlight local individuals and businesses driving change in Minnesota. With our second annual ...
- What will Wichita’s riverfront look like in 100 years? The next several months could tell Wichita Eagle
A new “Riverfront Legacy Master Plan” is being designed by a group of local organizations and downtown boosters. The plan will examine what to do with ...
- Indigenous artists, businesses will showcase work at first 'Trading at the Red River' event in Fargo Grand Forks Herald
FARGO — Indigenous business owners will gather Saturday afternoon, June 22, for the first-ever “Trading at the Red River” event — showcasing Native ...
- The Leadership Berks Class of 2019 drew working adults from local companies — and one stay-at-home dad Reading Eagle
The nine-month program designed to develop leaders has minted 961 ambitious, community-minded graduates since its inception in 1985.
- 22 Innovative Technology Startups To Watch At CES 2019 Forbes
Of the more than 1100 startups that are coming to CES, here are 22 startup finalists that will pitch on stage at CES, competing at Richard Branson's Extreme ...
- Shawntera Hardy, Vivek Agrawal elected to MPR board of trustees Insight News
Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) has elected two new members to its board of trustees; Shawntera Hardy and Vivek Agrawal.
- 2016 Eureka! awards winner: Civic Eagle Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal
Eureka! idea: The Eagle app helps promote civic engagement.
- Meet Minne Inno's 2019 Inno Blazers American Inno
Members of Minnesota's tech, business and startup communities converged in downtown Minneapolis Wednesday night to celebrate Minne Inno's Inno on Fire, ...
- Reading Eagle Newspaper Gets 'Multiple Bids' | Pennsylvania News U.S. News & World Report
READING, Pa. (AP) — A bid deadline is nearing for the Reading Eagle newspaper, whose owners recently filed for bankruptcy protection.
- The Rising Black Founders Building In the South hypepotamus.com
In honor of Black History Month, Hype has put together a list of the South's next top black founders. Meet these inspiring entrepreneurs.
- Lawrenceburg Main Street Has Helped Downtown "Turn A Corner" Eagle 99.3 FM WSCH
After a successful 2018, the main street organization and downtown businesses aim to go to the next level in 2019.
- Eagle River's Only Music Store Is Closing up Shop U.S. News & World Report
EAGLE RIVER, Alaska (AP) — Maybe Mike's Music just rocked too hard.
- Company aims to reduce clients' utility costs | the BIZ Traverse City Record Eagle
GREILICKVILLE — No two days are alike for Jennifer Stoll — and that's exactly why she looks forward to coming to work each day.
- Ideas for Life Senior Expo returns | Business Traverse City Record Eagle
TRAVERSE CITY — Come for the freebies, stay for the information.
- AP News: Berkshire Eagle's owner fights to save local journalism Berkshire Eagle
These days, the news about local news seems relentlessly bad: Newsroom employment, down by nearly half over the past 15 years. Waves of layoffs continuing ...
- Here’s what Pittsburgh taught Charlotte about economic mobility and sports business Charlotte Observer
Learning how Pittsburgh is both transforming itself and addressing economic mobility was the goal of roughly 150 of Charlotte's most powerful business and ...
- Apartments in Boise. Houses in Meridian. Rooftop dining in Eagle. What’s coming near you Idaho Statesman
Rooftop dining at a proposed Eagle restaurant. A subdivision in Meridian. A store with odd pets in Nampa. Our latest weekly roundup of new construction, ...
- Ida Tompkins: School business pioneer | Local News Traverse City Record Eagle
TRAVERSE CITY — In the spring of 1950 Traverse City High School senior Ida Hill almost turned down a part-time position in the school district's business ...
- Lawrenceburg Main Street Invites You To Inside Out Project At New Civic Park Eagle 99.3 FM WSCH
The Inside Out Project portraits of area citizens will be lit up at night at the Lawrenceburg Civic Park through Friday, June 7.
- Eagle County now hosts regional small business center RealVail
The Northwest Colorado Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has a new home and a new regional director. As of March, Eagle County Government ...
- Casey Cowell: Our greatest economic opportunity — water | Grand Traverse Business Traverse City Record Eagle
Our Great Lakes are the largest source of the world's surface *fresh* water — and Traverse City is right in the middle of it all. Lake Michigan always has been.
- Business in Brief: 05/22/2019 | Business Traverse City Record Eagle
MiCareerQuest set for May 22. TRAVERSE CITY — About 2,000 ninth-grade students from 10 counties in northwest Lower Michigan will attend a career ...
- 200 people attend largest abandoned vehicles auction in Reading towing company's history Reading Eagle
Vince's Towing & Recovery is a kind of halfway house for vehicles that are illegally parked, owned by people who didn't pay their parking tickets, or that are ...
- De Blasio appoints slate of activists to NYC's new Civic Engagement Commission Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced his pick of eight new members of the city's new Civic Engagement Commission on Tuesday. All of his choices are activists with ...
- PHOTOS: Sneak Peek Of The Lawrenceburg Civic Park Eagle 99.3 FM WSCH
Construction is almost complete on the City of Lawrenceburg's new $6 million park.
- Dundalk Chamber's Business Expo was 'baller' | Local News Dundalk Eagle
DUNDALK — The Dundalk Chamber of Commerce hosted its Business Expo last week at the Best Western Plus Hotel & Conference Center. The morning began ...
- Business People: Hatch, Swanson form law firm; Morillo leaving SEIU St. Paul Pioneer Press
Former Minnesota attorneys general Lori Swanson and Mike Hatch have launched a downtown Minneapolis law firm, Swanson Hatch PA. Swanson and Hatch ...
- These Ann Arbor businesses are setting a high bar for investing in employees' quality of life Concentrate
From living wages to paying off college debt, these companies go above and beyond to take care of their employees – and it's paying off for them and their ...
- Investor Arlan Hamilton urges peers to support diverse startups Idaho Business Review
Backstage Capital founder Arlan Hamilton (left) converses Tuesday with Tawanna Black, founder of the Center for Economic Inclusion, during an event in St.
- New England Newspaper Owner Fights to Save Local Journalism U.S. News & World Report
PITTSFIELD, Mass. (AP) — The Berkshire Eagle has an expanded investigative team. There's a new 12-page lifestyle section for the Eagle's Sunday editions.
- Beer distributor makes $13 million purchase of Raleigh facility Triangle Business Journal
One of the largest beer and wine distributors in North Carolina now owns a prominent Raleigh distribution center.
- Where a Kohan-owned mall went to ground Berkshire Eagle
I was taking one last look across the 100-acre moonscape of the former Woodville Mall, not quite obeying no-trespassing signs, when a blue pickup pulled up ...
- After 151 years of local ownership Reading Eagle
State leaders, local readers and community news makers reflect on the paper's past and look at what's in store for the future.
- Sensors for safety: How Downtown Brooklyn is getting smarter Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Downtown Brooklyn is getting smarter, a panel of technology and civic experts said at the Smart Cities New York 2019 conference on Tuesday. The Downtown ...
- Southeast Alabama Dance Company puts its spin on Barnum tribute Dothan Eagle
The Southeast Alabama Dance Company will present “The Greatest Show” at the Dothan Civic Center March 7-10.
- Civic Center Park improvements eyed | Local News Traverse City Record Eagle
TRAVERSE CITY — Prioritizing improvements to Civic Center Park will be a community decision, Grand Traverse County Parks and Recreation commissioners ...
- Free Birds: Bald Eagles Stir U.S. Patriotism as Web-Cam Stars U.S. News & World Report
(Reuters) - On the brink of extinction a half-century ago, the bald eagle is thriving in the internet age, fascinating a devoted corps of Americans who regularly ...
- Historic Eagle Cotton Mill will be transformed in Madison Batesville Herald Tribune
The historic Eagle Cotton Mill building along the Ohio River in downtown Madison will be rehabilitated, according to officials at Riverton LLC, in collaboration ...
- Under the Hood: Why is battery draining so quickly? Reading Eagle
Question: I saw your column and was hoping that you could offer suggestions for my battery issues.
- 101-Year-Old Receives Boy Scout Eagle Palm Awards U.S. News & World Report
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — The Boy Scouts of America have given a Sioux Falls man the awards he earned decades ago after completing his Eagle Scout rank.
- Teamwork makes Lawrence a city on the move The Boston Globe
In office buildings throughout the city, few Boston business leaders have Lawrence on the brain. A city of 80,000 just 30 miles north of Boston, this old mill city is ...
- 800 gather to salute Alvernia's Tom Flynn Reading Eagle
The event raises $1.88 million for the Reading Collegiate Scholars Program.
- 300 apartments, townhouses in Eagle were proposed. Criticism followed. Now they’re back Idaho Statesman
A Boise developer wants to build a high-density neighborhood with 216 apartments and 91 townhouses in Eagle. It would feature bike lanes and public park ...
- 'If we are not making investments in our future, we will be in trouble': a Q&A with outgoing DEED Commissioner Shawntera Hardy MinnPost
Shawntera Hardy, the commissioner of the Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED), is one of the many Cabinet members from Gov.
- Honda Manufacturing Of Indiana Marks 10 Years Eagle 99.3 FM WSCH
Lawrenceburg's $10 million grant to Greensburg helped lure Honda to Indiana.
- Bald Eagle Deaths Are Rare, but Not in This Part of Maryland U.S. News & World Report
BALTIMORE (AP) — A once-common farm pesticide killed millions of birds before the U.S. government took steps to restrict its use in the 1990s and ban it in ...
- Michigan High School Students Create Fishing Lure Company U.S. News & World Report
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Two Traverse City Central High School students went fishing on Grand Traverse Bay and caught the entrepreneurial spirit.
- Whitmer talks education, job training | Business Traverse City Record Eagle
TRAVERSE CITY — Gretchen Whitmer has been on the job as the 49th governor of Michigan for 49 days.
- Video production company rolls into TC | the BIZ Traverse City Record Eagle
TRAVERSE CITY — A video production business is setting up shop in Traverse City, driven by a significant investment from local venture capital firm Boomerang ...
- GeoFurnace gives division its own identity | Business Traverse City Record Eagle
TRAVERSE CITY — Insulation has been a big part of GeoFurnace for nearly a decade. Now it has its own name.
- 2 injured in Pittsfield wreck Berkshire Eagle
PITTSFIELD — Two men were hospitalized Thursday morning after their cars collided at the intersection of Tyler and First streets. Police and rescuers ...
- Royal Oak businesses opposed to civic center turn to Supreme Court C&G Newspapers
ROYAL OAK — In December, a group of Royal Oak business owners submitted an application to the Michigan Supreme Court to reverse the Aug. 8 decision of ...
- Eagle honored with John F. Kennedy Commonwealth Award Berkshire Eagle
BOSTON — The Berkshire Eagle has received the 2019 John F. Kennedy Commonwealth Award for 'demonstrating the enduring civic value of community ...
- In News Industry, a Stark Divide Between Haves and Have-Nots Wall Street Journal
Local newspapers are failing to make the digital transition larger players did — and are in danger of vanishing.
- Police Say Bald Eagle Stolen From NY Wildlife Refuge U.S. News & World Report
QUOGUE, N.Y. (AP) — Police on Long Island are searching for a bald eagle that was stolen from a wildlife refuge.
- Week 5: Mike Quick's Eagles Civic Season The Philadelphia Citizen
This week, the Eagles announcer and former All-Pro wide receiver, with help from a Drexel professor, looks at how Philly stacks up against Minnesota—on and ...
- Family newspapers' top story: red ink Reading Eagle
Locally owned publications like the Reading Eagle are being purchased by chains, or going under, in an accelerating national trend.