Effective public engagement is crucial to reducing citizen call volumes.
While the state maintains primacy in regulating oil and gas drilling, activist groups have been pushing hard for more municipal and county control.
This week, the president returned to Springfield, where the inter-party “trust we’d built meant that we came at each debate assuming the best in one another and not the worst.”
After insulting lawmakers and playing off racist comments and support for the guillotine as ploys for attention, what won't he do?
As the budget standoff continues in Springfield, higher education in the Land of Lincoln face “Hunger Games” scenario where “only the strong” may survive.
It's been a boon to tourism in the Centennial State.
Putting in new infrastructure would be less laborious and more cost-effective, according to one civil engineer.
Trinity County’s unplowed roads cost emergency personnel precious hours.
Public-private partnerships help local IT departments afford meaningful solutions that handle vast amounts of high-value data.
As the state’s budget situation worsens, revenue estimates are revised downward.
And a bigger question: Is the widespread adoption of the smart cities model really just six to 10 years away?