In the past couple of years, West Central Indiana has created more than 2,000 manufacturing jobs. But it's only filled about 500.
INDOT has recommended a single route for the final leg of I-69, section six from Martinsville to Indianapolis.
A private developer has plans to demolish the stand and build a multi-use building which would house the Chocolate Moose business.
Hancock County currently has no recovery houses for those who have suffered from addiction, but residents are working to change that.
The city will spend $9 million to build a new trailhead to connect Muncie’s White River recreational trail to the state’s 62-mile Cardinal Greenway.
Suffering from a lack of volunteers, The Brown County Volunteer Fire Department is discontinuing one of its services and looking for ways to continue others.
Indy's Family Restaurant is one of 96 that could have to move because of I-69 section six.
A developer is planning to put a mixed use building where the current Chocolate Moose sits. They the hope to house the ice cream parlor in the new building.
The U.S. Chamber – along with its Indiana counterpart – calls Todd Young a “consistent, constructive conservative.”
62 percent of Millennials save at least 5 percent of their income, while only 50 percent of adults age 30 and up save the same amount.