Last week, Dodge City, Kansas — an iconic Wild West town (see: Gunsmoke) of 27,000 that is now 60 percent Latino — made national news because Ford County had moved the city's one polling location outs...
The Newport City Council has passed a financing plan that brings the 2017-18 year school budget into balance and eliminates a lingering deficit.
The budget of a Long Island city was rejected by its city council _ only to be enacted anyway due to a quirk in city law.
Amazon's search for its HQ2 has created a bidding war between cities and states worth millions or even billions. These types of tax incentives have a long history in the U.S., but experts questio...
Archaeologists in the ancient city of Pompeii have discovered the undisturbed skeletons of a small group of people who took shelter from the devastating eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79.
What cities will look like tomorrow greatly depends on what urban leaders, planners, businesses—and of course, residents—are looking for today.
The future belongs to structures with sensor networks that can monitor electricity and water usage in real time, track sustainability performance and interact with other parts of the smart city.
It takes smart planning to build a smart city—a seamless synergy of high-tech experts, business visionaries, academics and, above all, forward-thinking civic leaders.
When city residents measure their quality of life, there’s nothing abstract about it: Is rush hour less stressful? Is the garbage getting picked up? Does my neighborhood feel safer? Are resources used...
Beyond question, smart city technology and ubiquity via the Internet of Things (IoT) have become top-of-mind priorities—from the C-suite to IT, from innovation departments to finance operations.