An effort to convert 1920s bus depot into a public market and local food hub is taking longer than expected, but two other projects are on schedule. Organizers say public still start seeing evidence of them this spring and summer.
On any given day, about one in 25 hospital patients has at least one health care-associated infection. One way these pathogens are spread is through a hospital’s heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system. Filtration alone doesn’t capture all of them.
Rooster Brewing of Paris and The Gastro Gnomes food truck are partnering on a brick-and-mortar location in the former Merit Furniture building at 157 North Limestone. The venture is expected to open this summer.
The Bridge pizzeria on Waller Avenue will soon move to the Romany Road spot that once hosted a Fit exercise studio. Its menu will expand to include Turkish food and a full bar. Earlier this week, IGA announced it was moving into the former Kroger location on Romany.
General Electric's fourth-quarter revenue missed Wall Street's view, with continued softness in its oil and gas, transportation and lighting businesses. The industrial conglomerate's adjusted profit met analysts' estimates.
The California Institute of the Arts was created partly by Walt Disney's desire to bring more top-flight animators into the profession. And it has during its 47 years, though for a long time almost all were men.
Helping students victimized by for-profit schools and toughening protections for energy ratepayers are among the top priorities Attorney General Maura Healey is highlighting for the new legislative session.
Why is Iowa in the position of struggling to pay its bills despite a relatively strong economy? One reason is a major tax cut enacted several years ago on commercial buildings and other properties that sliced hundreds of millions of dollars from the state budget.