Radius Indiana optimistic about economic recovery in 2021

BEDFORD, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) -- Economic development officials in [...]

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Radius aims to bring small-scale manufacturing to downtowns

Bedford-based Radius Indiana and the South Central Indiana Small Business Development Center are partnering to bring small-scale manufacturing to the downtown areas of five local communities.

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Virginia company to fulfill portion of $85M contract in Indiana

Virginia-based Science Applications International Corp. has been awarded a more than $84 million modification to a previously-awarded contract.

Radius Indiana announces pitch competition winners

Radius Indiana has released the winners from its "Royalty-free IP" pitch competition that was virtually held on July 30. Elevate Ventures and Naval Surface Warfare Center-Crane Division worked with Radius on the competition that offered $5,000 in cash prizes.

Lawrence County launches free skills training

BEDFORD, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) - The Lawrence County Workforce Coalition has begun the first cohort of its Introduction to Local Jobs and Skills program.

JCPenney to close stores in Indianapolis, Bedford, Kokomo, Muncie, Richmond

The store at NW Pavillion @ Michigan Road, 8752 Michigan Road, will be among 154 JCPenney store closures in the first phase of store reductions, the retailers said.

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Ivy Tech offers cyber security training in Bedford

Ivy Tech Community College is bringing its cyber security program to Lawrence County. Starting in March, the college will offer certification training at the StoneGate Arts & Education Center in downtown Bedford.

Elementary school teacher turns daily announcements into student-produced ‘newscast’

Fourth and fifth grade students anchor the news and weather at Stalker Elementary School in Bedford.

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