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The United States Postal Service is hiring about 600 people across Indiana. The Postal Service is looking to fill Rural Carri...
There will be no change in the Local Option Income Tax in Grant County in the coming year.The Grant County Council last night...
Officials with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development say unemployment remained steady in Indiana in July, but fell ...
A Muncie packaging company has announced plans to begin laying off hundreds of workers.D-I-Y Group, which packages several pr...
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Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is asking for an immediate stay after a judge struck down the state’s right-to-wo...
The future of Indiana‘s economy could hinge on the education of its workforce.The study by a research team at Ball Stat...
The Marion City Council is considering a proposal that would switch the responsibility and cost of trash collection to Marion...
A contract employee with the Marion General Motors Plant was killed Tuesday afternoon in a chemical explosion. Five other wor...
A big job fair is set for Tuesday at Worthen Arena on the Ball State University campus.The 18th annual Sixth District Congres...
The Unemployment rate in Indiana held steady in May statewide, but increased slightly in the Grant County area.Indiana’...
Government is having a hard time finding young people to work for it...the federal government in particular.An analysis by th...
Two longtime administrators with Mississinewa Schools retired last night, then were promptly re-hired to their present jobs i...
The Jobless picture for Indiana continues to look better and better. The state’s preliminary report for April shows une...
Governor Mike Pence has unveiled a plan to junk Medicaid in Indiana, and replace it with an expanded Healthy Indiana Plan.The...
In a good turn of events for any recent college graduates, new unemployment figures show that the jobless rate is actually de...
Indiana Wesleyan University has been awarded a three-million dollar grant from the Lilly Endowment to improve job prospects f...
Indiana Wesleyan University has been awarded a three-million dollar grant from the Lilly Endowment to improve job prospects f...
Unemployment rates in Indiana and the surrounding area continue to fall, according to the latest figures from the state Depar...
Leaders of a Miami County town say they've avoided having to lay off all of the town’s employees thanks to a federa...
The harsh Indiana winter weather has put Marion’s new Café Valley plant about a month behind schedule, but offic...
A new Gallup Poll shows the number of Americans without health insurance coverage dipped during the first three months of thi...
The owners of a Delaware County nursing home say they will likely close for good rather than continue to try and meet state r...
Indiana‘s unemployment rate took another dip in February. The Department of Workforce Development says the state‘...
Ivy Tech Community College is partnering with Via Credit Union for the Community Job Fair next month.The free job fair will h...
Indiana’s unemployment report for January shows significant improvements in the state, with the jobless rate at its low...
The Town of Sweetser will soon have a permanent town marshal. The town council voted to hire interim Town Marshal Bill Freet ...
The new Dunham’s Distribution Center to be built in Marion has received 100% property tax abatement from Grant County f...
Senator Dan Coats introduced a bill to the Senate Monday that would help create more job opportunities for Hoosiers.The Sound...
Legislation preventing employment discrimination against military veterans passed the Senate unanimously Tuesday.The bill wou...
The chorus against President Obama‘s plan to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 an hour appear...
The American Heart Association has recognized Ball State University and 46 other Indiana companies and organizations as &ldqu...
Small business owners, managers, and human resources professionals are being encouraged to attend a Department of Labor semin...
A world-known packaging company in Marion is hiring more workers. Huhtamaki, formerly known as Winterfield, is seeking nearly...
Some Marion City Council members opted out of insurance coverage for the year and approved to use the funds to pay for legal ...
A drop in revenue has prompted layoffs to occur at Anderson‘s Hoosier Park Racing and Casino. Officials say the drop in...
The president of Ivy Tech Community College says part of President Obama‘s health care law could force the two-year col...
Indiana Senator Dan Coats has rolled out what he calls his “10 Point Plan to Improve America,” with ideas on ever...
A Marion man has been charged in Huntington County with striking a health care worker during an ambulance ride last summer.Ac...
Indiana Senator Dan Coats is proposing an amendment to the Emergency Unemployment Compensation Program in response to the leg...
Fifth District Congresswoman Susan Brooks is worried that the nation’s unemployment figures are misleading and don&rsqu...
The new Cafe Valley plant in Marion will hold a job fair this Friday and Saturday to begin the process of hiring workers for ...
As many as 11 states may consider legislation next year to raise their minimum wage, but an Indiana proposal faces long odds....
Indiana gained more than 25-thousand jobs in November...the largest one-month increase on record. That helped the state&rsquo...
Indiana Wesleyan University has received a 3-million dollar grant from the Lilly Endowment. The Endowment’s initiative ...
City officials say the City of Marion will finish 2013 with two-million dollars in the city’s bank account.A news relea...
Indiana State Police have arrested a Tipton man on charges of Fraud and Possession of Stolen Property for allegedly mis-using...
Your cigarette habit could cost you a job if the Indiana Chamber achieves one of its goals for the upcoming session of the In...
The Town Marshall of Sweetser has officially been terminated from his position. Chris Tarlton, who served asTown Marshall sin...
Marion city employees that were supposedly laid off as part of the 2014 budget are showing up on payroll again as a result of...
The holiday hiring season is kicking into high gear.The latest figures show retailers are hiring an additional 780-thousand s...
There are new efforts to raise the minimum wage again, including a measure on today‘s ballot in New Jersey and a union-...
The Marion Police Department is hiring. The department is now accepting applications for uniform patrol officers and dispatch...
The nation‘s trucking industry is dealing with a shortage of qualified drivers.Indiana Motor Truck Association Presiden...
Three central Indiana cities that once had thousands of auto workers have joined together in seeking a 20-million dollar fede...
The Town of Sweetser has a new Town Marshall, at least on an interim basis.The Sweetser Town Council last night hired 59-year...
The Indiana Attorney General and 15 school corporations have sued the Internal Revenue Service.Attorney Greg Zoeller says the...
Ivy Tech in Marion will be the site of a free Community Career Fair tomorrow (Thursday), featuring opportunities for employme...
The Grant County Council has made it official…most county department heads next year will have the authority to hand o...
The Grant County Council is considering changing the salary and wage ordinance to allow department heads to make decisions on...
The annual fundraising campaign for the United Way of Grant County is now officially underway, with campaign officials hoping...
Marion Mayor Wayne Seybold says the city will likely end 2013 in the black despite having operated in the red all year.Seybol...
Ball State University economist Dr. Mike Hicks has big questions about the latest national unemployment figures.The Labor Dep...
The Grant County Public Defender’s Office was granted funding last night by the County Council to hire special services...
WBAT-WCJC-WMRI-WXXC is seeking an experienced media Account Executive to join the sales team of our four-station cluster in M...
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The harsh Indiana winter weather has put Marion’s new Café Valley plant about a month behind schedule, but offic...
A new Gallup Poll shows the number of Americans without health insurance coverage dipped during the first three months of thi...
The owners of a Delaware County nursing home say they will likely close for good rather than continue to try and meet state r...
While Indiana reported good news in unemployment overall this past month, the jobless rate in area counties all took a slight...
Ivy Tech Community College is partnering with Via Credit Union for the Community Job Fair next month.The free job fair will h...
Indiana‘s unemployment rate took another dip in February. The Department of Workforce Development says the state‘...
Indiana Wesleyan University has hired a new Vice President for University Advancement who will lead fundraising efforts for t...
The Marion Board of Public Works has approved putting nearly a dozen properties back on the tax rolls after new owners steppe...
Indiana’s unemployment report for January shows significant improvements in the state, with the jobless rate at its low...
The Town of Sweetser will soon have a permanent town marshal. The town council voted to hire interim Town Marshal Bill Freet ...
Legislation preventing employment discrimination against military veterans passed the Senate unanimously Tuesday.The bill wou...
The chorus against President Obama‘s plan to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 an hour appears to be ...
A Wells County company plans to expand and will add 50 new jobs.Officials with PendaForm have announced they will invest 4-mi...
The American Heart Association has recognized Ball State University and 46 other Indiana companies and organizations as &ldqu...
Small business owners, managers, and human resources professionals are being encouraged to attend a Department of Labor semin...
A world-known packaging company in Marion is hiring more workers. Huhtamaki, formerly known as Winterfield, is seeking nearly...
Some Marion City Council members opted out of insurance coverage for the year and approved to use the funds to pay for legal ...
Some Marion City Council members opted out of insurance coverage for the year and approved to use the funds to pay for legal ...
A bill to raise Indiana‘s minimum wage is currently awaiting a hearing in the General Assembly.Supporters of the increa...
The president of Ivy Tech Community College says part of President Obama‘s health care law could force the two-year col...
Indiana Senator Dan Coats has rolled out what he calls his “10 Point Plan to Improve America,” with ideas on ever...
A Marion man has been charged in Huntington County with striking a health care worker during an ambulance ride last summer.Ac...
JCPenney is closing 33 stores nationwide slashing 2,000 jobs, and two of those on the chopping block are in Indiana including...
Indiana Senator Dan Coats is proposing an amendment to the Emergency Unemployment Compensation Program in response to the leg...
If you missed the job fairs for Café Valley held at Ivy Tech over the weekend, it’s not too late to apply.Caf&ea...
Fifth District Congresswoman Susan Brooks is worried that the nation’s unemployment figures are misleading and don&rsqu...
The new Cafe Valley plant in Marion will hold a job fair this Friday and Saturday to begin the process of hiring workers for ...
A federal judge has ruled that the Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend does not have to provide employees with medical ...
As many as 11 states may consider legislation next year to raise their minimum wage, but an Indiana proposal faces long odds....
An estimated 19,000 Hoosiers have lost their long term unemployment checks after a federal unemployment extension expired on ...
Indiana gained more than 25-thousand jobs in November...the largest one-month increase on record. That helped the state&rsquo...
Indiana gained more than 25-thousand jobs in November...the largest one-month increase on record. That helped the state&rsquo...
Indiana Wesleyan University has received a 3-million dollar grant from the Lilly Endowment. The Endowment’s initiative ...
City officials say the City of Marion will finish 2013 with two-million dollars in the city’s bank account.A news relea...
City officials say the City of Marion will finish 2013 with two-million dollars in the city’s bank account.A news relea...
Good news for Blackford County, which has struggled with unemployment for the past decade. Up to 120 jobs will be created in ...
Indiana State Police have arrested a Tipton man on charges of Fraud and Possession of Stolen Property for allegedly mis-using...
Ball State Economist Mike Hicks says East Central Indiana will continue to be plagued by slow economic growth in the coming y...
Your cigarette habit could cost you a job if the Indiana Chamber achieves one of its goals for the upcoming session of the In...
Unemployment in Indiana dropped significantly from September to October, according to the latest figures from the state Depar...
Several Indiana organizations will share millions in federal funding.The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says th...
The Town Marshall of Sweetser has officially been terminated from his position. Chris Tarlton, who served asTown Marshall sin...
Marion city employees that were supposedly laid off as part of the 2014 budget are showing up on payroll again as a result of...
Yet another Indiana-based health system is announcing major job cuts. Franciscan Alliance is laying off 275 workers at 11 hos...
As the nation‘s unemployment rate continues to hover at 7.2 percent, Governor Mike Pence says Indiana is seeing encoura...
The Town of Sweetser has a new Town Marshall, at least on an interim basis.The Sweetser Town Council last night hired 59-year...
The Indiana Attorney General and 15 school corporations have sued the Internal Revenue Service.Attorney Greg Zoeller says the...
Ivy Tech in Marion will be the site of a free Community Career Fair tomorrow (Thursday), featuring opportunities for employme...
Ivy Tech in Marion will be the site of a free Community Career Fair tomorrow (Thursday), featuring opportunities for employme...
Indiana University Health has announced at least 100 more employees will be laid off than previously announced.IU Health offi...
The Grant County Council has made it official…most county department heads next year will have the authority to hand o...
10-3-13The Grant County Council has made it official…most county department heads next year will have the authority to...
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