In another interview this week, Rivian CEO and founder RJ Scaringe announced key financial information to the public for the first time.
Normal will explore on-street cafe seating with a pilot program at Stave this summer
In an exclusive interview with Engadget, Rivian CEO RJ Scaringe gave a sneak peek at their upcoming vehicles.
“Almost ever since 1984 our Buffalo Wild Wings has been our favorite menu item” said Bob Groetken, owner of Schooner’s at 810 E. Grove St. in Bloomington. In 1983 the restaurant/ bar opened just south of Empire Street on Main Street in a previous Pizza Hut.
When State Farm offered Larry Ryan a management position at its corporate headquarters in Bloomington in the late ‘70s, the lifelong Ohio native and his wife made the journey to begin a new chapter of life in Central Illinois.
After making some confusing assertions earlier this week, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner called into the Bloomington-based radio station, WJBC, to clarify his remarks.
At a press conference in Springfield, Illinois Governor Rauner Bruce Rauner fired off harsh words at automotive startup Rivian.
The McLean County Board gave the go-ahead to the community’s fourth solar project Tuesday morning.
Kudos to the McLean County Chamber of Commerce on the recent opening of its shared workspace called BN Sharespace.
A new manufacturer is preparing to start operations after purchasing a facility in northeast Normal.
A family-run business with local roots has expanded their art of tasty treats to the regional, national, and international market.
The developer of three planned solar farms is one step closer to adding a fourth project in McLean County.
The county’s Zoning Board of Appeals unanimously approved Cypress Creek Renewables’ (CCR) application to build a 2-megawatt solar project in South Bloomington Tuesday night.