A group of major Indiana players is joining forces to spur rural economic development across the state.
The utilities board commissioned the audit because of claims of money mismanagement. The audit is in, but the board is not releasing the findings to members.
Train upgrades are expected to boost train traffic in Columbus, but city officials originally anticipated waiting an additional year for it.
The move would create about 100 new jobs in Gary.
The company hasn't announced what will happen to the former Marsh on Kingston Drive.
The Convention Center Advisory Commission recommended Sun Development and Management as the private developer for the expansion project.
Brown County Water Utilities sued the Nashville Town Council last month for the rights to provide water to a multi-million dollar Quaff ON! expansion.
It's the next phase of the state's SkillUp program, which aims to help localize training efforts for an estimated one million job openings in the next decade.
President and CEO of the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce Jeb Conrad is resigning from the position, which he's held for four years.
After their property was bought by redevelopers, Baked of Bloomington will welcome customers at their new downtown location.