Bloomington business leaders meeting Thursday with Mike Pence say the governor should do more to include IT companies in his jobs plan.
A new law allows businesses to pass on credit card fees to their customers, but many say they're too worried they'd lose business if they did.
House Speaker Brian Bosma and House Minority Leader Scott Pelath are sponsoring a bill to bring together Indiana’s education and workforce development sectors.
A proposal going before the Bloomington city council would virtually eliminate free parking from the downtown retail district.
However, farmers say the smaller tax burden would encourage them to buy newer equipment.
The city council Thursday tabled a proposal that would have padded the general fund with $2 million of Economic Development Income Tax cash.
The companies pledging jobs Tuesday include a customer service firm, telecommunications companies and food operations.
Monroe and Morgan County residents came out to INDOT’s presentation at the Monroe County Fairgrounds to see how the interstate’s design could affect them.
At least three of the clubs in question are owned by the same person.
The National Retail Federation reports Halloween consumer spending will reach $8 million in sales this year, but one Bloomington store is going out of business.