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President Of Chicago Fed Sees Good Things For The Economy

INDIANAPOLIS – The president of Chicago’s Federal Reserve bank likes what he’s seeing from the economy, but predicts rapid growth will start slowing down. Charles Evans says when unemployment dropped to three-and-a-half-percent, many economists worried it was

Rockville Correctional Facility Employee Recognized

ROCKVILLE, Ind  –  Rockville Correctional Facility (RCF) Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC), Susie Martin, was recently recognized by Indiana Department of Correction Commissioner Rob Carter as the Department’s 2019 CEC Employee of the Year.  This prestigious honor was

Commissioners Sign Final Bond Papers For New Jail

VIGO COUNTY, Ind. – The Vigo County Jail project takes another step forward. The final documents related to the bond issuance were signed on Tuesday afternoon. That means money is officially available and the construction process can

State Supreme Court To Decide Fate Of AG Curtis Hill

INDIANA –  The case against Indiana’s Attorney General awaits a decision from the State Supreme Court. The high court’s disciplinary commission backs the recommendation of Hearing Officer Myra Selby, herself a former member of the court, that

Ivy Tech President Wants More Diversity Among Staff

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana’s been trying to encourage more minorities to go on to college. Part of the solution may be to build diversity among instructors. Expanding diversity of both students and staff is part of Ivy Tech’s