BEAUFORT — Carteret County is growing, and local and regional agencies and institutes are monitoring and planning for the arrival of more residents and businesses. The Beaufort Board of Commissioners met for their annual retreat Thursday and Friday at the Beaufort Hotel on Lennoxville Road. During the retreat, the boardRead More →

The Morris County Chamber of Commerce has named Craig Schlosser Vice President of Economic Development. In this role, he will lead growth-oriented initiatives and oversee the operations, programs and projects of the Morris County Economic Development Corporation and the Morris County Economic Development Alliance. Schlosser comes to the Morris CountyRead More →

MORRIS PLAINS – Among the many lessons Craig Schlosser has learned playing baseball is that you can’t win alone, and he says that’s the case with any nonprofit or business. Now several years removed from his pitching mound at the Morris Plains Little League and Morristown High School, Schlosser rangRead More →

Masdar City and the Mohamed Bin Rashid Innovation Fund (MBRIF) today announced a strategic partnership designed to cultivate entrepreneurship and economic development in the UAE and internationally. The initiative between Masdar City, a sustainability pioneer and research and development hub, and MBRIF, an initiative launched by the UAE Ministry ofRead More →

BOSTON — The elimination of federal unemployment programs last year has prompted increased demands for food stamps and other public assistance programs. That’s according to recently released data from the state’s Department of Transitional Assistance, which shows the number of Massachusetts households seeking food assistance through the federal Supplemental NutritionRead More →

BOSTON — The elimination of federal unemployment programs last year has prompted increased demands for food stamps and other public assistance programs. That’s according to recently released data from the state’s Department of Transitional Assistance, which shows the number of Massachusetts households seeking food assistance through the federal Supplemental NutritionRead More →

ANDERSON – Even as their efforts to help businesses navigate the ever-changing pandemic environment continue, Madison County economic development officials are eagerly awaiting projects in 2022 that aim to strengthen infrastructure to capitalize on of expected future growth. From the Interstate 69 corridor near Pendleton in the south to activityRead More →

Parties to a long-standing Indigenous child welfare system dispute still negotiate as their self-imposed deadline comes and goes. In its recent economic statement, released earlier this month, the federal government committed $ 40 billion to first nations child welfare. The government has set aside the money to cover the costRead More →

NEWARK – Grow Licking County Executive Director Alexis Fitzsimmons has said the county’s tradition of the manufacturing workforce and telling our story is key to future economic development. Fitzsimmons, named to lead the public-private community improvement company on June 23, spoke on Wednesday during the Licking County Chamber of Commerce’sRead More →

Theresa Metcalf, Deputy Director of KerrEDC, is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma Institute for Economic Development (OU EDI). “Theresa is an essential part of the KerrEDC ecosystem. Her degree from the country’s largest economic development program, the OU Economic Development Institute, is a testament to the hard workRead More →

The Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CFTIW) found that only six Local Government Councils (LGCs) in Nigeria have functional websites. This revelation is contained in its 2021 Transparency and Integrity Index of federal ministries, departments and agencies as well as states across the country. All of the 448Read More →