Indiana is the only U.S. state to have auto assembly plants from Honda, Subaru and Toyota.
More than 34,220 Illinois residents moved to Indiana in 2015.
Governor Eric Holcomb says the economic development plans could help address population scarcity in Indiana.
The Monroe County company says the new manufacturing facility will create up to 33 jobs in Bloomington.
The Pike County Economic Development Corporation says a state agency recently declared the tract as site Certified Silver.
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.
A Ball State study finds TIFs have no major impact on economic development or changes in property values.
One southern Indiana town is seeing benefits from the opening of the previous three sections of interstate.
A panel of Bloomington leaders Tuesday night addressed economic development topics in the second installment of the City Issues Forum.
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