The seller of customizable doughnuts that started in Pendleton will be joined later this year by a second store in a new Westfield retail center.
The 56-year-old teaching assistant at Noblesville’s North Elementary School started growing a small army of stitchers and drivers on March 23.
Pay reductions helped the auto auction giant partially offset the temporary closing of its physical auctions and other fallout from COVID-19.
Three central Indiana newspapers are making changes due to ongoing industry-wide economic issues that were further aggravated by the pandemic health crisis.
There’s still some debate about whether the roughly 100-unit apartment complex with 30,000 square feet fulfills an expectation that senior apartments would be built on the property.
Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana, which has begun reopening many of its 76 retail locations where possible, is cutting costs by eliminating its three Vintage Vogue stores.
The city counts on a portion of the music center’s sales to pay off debt it assumed to improve roads and sewers adjacent to the facility.
Carmel-based Fat Atom Marketing has gone out of business, citing the health crisis as the final straw. Marketing industry experts predict there will be a big increase in the number of firms forced to close due to the impact of the coronavirus.
Evansville-based Dunn Hospitality Group is planning to build a $20 million Courtyard by Marriott near Interstate 69 and 116th Street in Fishers by the end of 2021.
Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness and other members of the city’s emergency incident response team identified free COVID-19 testing for residents as a function of the new health department.
The Fishers-based company’s latest acquisition realizes its transition from a niche repair firm for ultrasound components to a multinational imaging-machine supplier.
The Carmel Plan Commission on Thursday approved an expansion project that would double the space in Porkopolis’ existing building, allowing room for a distillery and tasting room.
While the expected economic impact to the region is high, Westfield officials say they don’t expect the closure to have a game-changing impact on the city’s budget.
City and county officials are grappling with the sacrifices they’ll have to make as plummeting employment, delayed collections and reduced economic activity cut into tax revenue.
The city of Fishers announced Wednesday morning that Genezen Labs, U.Group and Highbridge intend to grow their operations in the city.