Noblesville-based Diamond Charts LLC has become a huge hit among college baseball teams big and small since two Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology alumni launched it in early 2013 with $200 and what seemed like a crazy idea.
A fast-growing city like Fishers can add thousands of new residents in just a few years. But several state funding allocations are based on population numbers the U.S. Census Bureau collects only once a decade, which could grossly underestimate the city’s density.
While businesses consider many factors before choosing where to locate, economic development experts say a community’s openness to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals increasingly is one of them.
In a packed chambers, Carmel City Council members listened to more than two hours of public comment, with most people opposing legislation that would prohibit discrimination on the basis of a person's sexual orientation or gender identity.