While the economic impact of most stadiums and sporting events is unimpressive, this relatively small Wisconsin city enjoys many benefits from Lambeau Field and the Green Bay Packers.
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Youngstown is planning for its future as a smaller, but more prosperous city.
Not your average newspaper supplement â€¦ Crain’s Market Facts provides statistics, videos, interactive maps and more for the Chicago area.
New sports venues to accommodate the 2008 Super Bowl and spring training for Major League Baseball teams are expected infuse over $1 billion into the Glendale, Arizona economy over the next couple of years.
Tierra del Sol, an affordable housing complex that includes a charter school, was recently awarded the Maxwell Award for exemplary affordable housing projects. Other award winning projects are located in Chicago, New Bedford and Lawrence Massachusetts.
Increased input from residents and city employees helps shape San Antonio, Texas’ 2007 budget. City Manager Sheryl Sculley hails it as “a true collaboration”.
More and more Americans are turning to the Internet for political news or information than ever before, according to a study by the Pew Internet Project.
City podcasts, searchable property assessment data, detailed neighborhood information are all just the beginning … Boston’s new web site is packed with great content organized in an intuitive, easy-to-use format.
The District of Columbia is moving forward with plans to build a new 41,000 seat ballpark for the Washington Nationals. The new park, to be financed primarily through municipal bonds, is the cornerstone of the Anacostia River Waterfront revitalization project.
Southern hospitality, great entertainment, and lots of affordable housing options helped Nashville earn the number one spot on Kiplinger’s annual list of Smart Places to Live.