Indiana legislators met Wednesday to discuss forming new legislation that would encourage economic development in rural areas.
After 46 years in business, the 24-hour Waffle House at the corner of 10th and College will close to make way for a new residential complex.
Zombie subdivisions describe plots of land that a developer has built some infrastructure around, but aren’t complete because lots have not sold.
Crane has partnered to create a transfer agreement that allows southern Indiana businesses to purchase some of Crane’s technology and equipment.
Butyl-benzyl-phthalate (BBP) is common in everything from vinyl flooring to fake leather.
Architect Burt Perdue says the family oriented adventure theme park will fill a tourism gap in Brown County.
Bloomington city officials approved a $32,000 dollar incentive package to renovate an old office space welcoming in a new software security company.
Kokomo still has a higher than average unemployment rate, but Goodnight says that number is on the decline.
The old Monroe Oil building is along a section of the B-Line trail set to open this year.
12 businesses have either relocated, consolidated or come to Indiana without the state having to use incentives in 2011.