West Central Indiana: Thrive West Central leverages over $27.6 million in private sector development and awards $442,000 for READI and $685,000 for ARPA, totaling $1,127,000 for housing development. Thrive West Central is continuing to pave the way to the future of sustainable housing with its “Homes for the Future” program. This initiative focuses on producing quality, age-friendly homes throughout West Central Indiana, addressing the region's burgeoning demand for sustainable, future-ready housing.
West Central Indiana: The Wabash River Regional Development Authority (RDA) announces the process for READI 2.0 as they release application guidelines and begin accepting questions from stakeholders within the communities it represents: Clay, Parke, Sullivan, Vermillion, and Vigo Counties.
The Wabash River Regional Development Authority (RDA) is a local organization focused on strengthening the quality of life in communities.
A new face will represent the Wabash River Regional Development Authority. It's someone with strong ties to the Wabash Valley.
Tribune-Star - Rea Park’s makeover of its clubhouse took another step Thursday when Terre Haute’s Parks and Recreations Department’s Board gave the OK for the city’s board of works to begin advertising for contractors.
WTHI - Officials in Vigo County continue to consider plans for a potential sports complex. Representatives from both Williams Architects and Pros Consulting gave presentations at Wednesday's Capital Improvement Board meeting. They unveiled results from a feasibility study, which included nearly 1,600 survey responses.
Tribune-Star - Ivy Tech Terre Haute has announced Sonja Jordan is the campus’ new director of diversity, equity, and belonging.
Yesterday the State of Indiana released information on the much-anticipated READI 2.0 program. Below are the key take-aways, as well as links to the full release and program website. We look forward to how this program will impact our state and regions!
Tribune-Star - Thrive West Central on Monday announced it has made $952,500 in READI Grant awards that will help leverage $25.7 million in private sector housing development.
This is part of Thrive’s Homes for the Future program, the goal of which is to stimulate the production of quality, age-friendly homes throughout West Central Indiana.
Tribune-Star - Higher education in Vigo County in the past year made some major advancements in projects, programs and facilities that will help foster economic development and help address workforce needs both locally and statewide.