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Four principles for the future of city streets

Cities can leverage design and technology to re-think our streets for pedestrians, bikes, and transit.

$19K pre-fab home includes artificial intelligence technology

Ranging from $19,000 for the baseline Legend model to $59,000 for the top-of-the-line Cube model, Nestron is hoping to attract aspiring homeowners who want high style without breaking the bank.

Share your Lost & Found story in March at the Tell Us Something season opener! CALL FOR STORIES

After the pitch deadline has passed on February 24, we’ll call everyone to let them know if they have been selected to share their stories.

Several new Great Falls businesses are slated to open this year, and other announcements from Ignite 2020

The annual event marks the beginning of the New Year and provides community members a snap-shot of what’s to come to the Golden Triangle in the next 12 months.

Massachusetts Pursues Its Own Route to Broadband Expansion

Since 2016, more than a dozen rural communities in Massachusetts have gained high-speed Internet with state support. Mount Washington and Montgomery, with populations under 1,000, have unique stories to tell.

Clean Energy States Alliance details successes, roadblocks, and strategies of bringing new technology to under-resourced communities

Accompanying these guidelines are 11 case studies, each giving unique insight into the process of introducing solar energy into under-resourced communities while also addressing the challenges that can arise, including the lack of capital or state-level policy support.

A Booming City Searches for the Brakes on Growth

Proposition E would put a moratorium on new commercial real estate if affordable housing goals aren’t met. But critics aren’t convinced it would be effective. 

$1.1M child care center for 200 set for vacant Missoula school building

The Missoula Area Chamber of Commerce, Missoula Early Learning Center, Missoula County Public Schools and other partners announced Wednesday that the facility will open in late 2020.

Montana Department of Commerce Awards $1.3 Million in Grant Funds to Help Businesses Create and Retain Jobs

An historic hotel and rural community hospital will share $1.3 million in Community Development Block Grant-Economic Development grants to create and retain jobs, the Montana Department of Commerce announced Wednesday.

Missoula eyes raising development impact fees by 10%

“The impact fee is a one-time charge on new development to try to help with the costs of the impacts on government services that new development charges,”