Indianapolis Business Journal

JULY 10-16, 2017

Quiet little Whitestown has been deluged the past two years with announcements, groundbreakings and ribbon cuttings for manufacturing and distribution companies. Lindsey Erdody takes stock of the activity and looks ahead to more projects on the horizon. Also in this week’s issue, Anthony Schoettle reports that Gen Con organizers expect record attendance and best-ever economic impact for the city when the gaming confab unfolds next month. And in Focus, Scott Olson gets the broad strokes for plans to redevelop the former General Motors stamping plant site.

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Roundabout project unearths historic artifact

Cut line goes here xxxxxx. (Photo credit xxxx) A historic artifact likely dating to native American settlements in Hamilton County has been found at the site of a Carmel roundabout project, city officials said July 3. An employee of the city found the object—identified as a banner stone—on June 29 near the project site at […]

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EDWARDS: Shovels or ladders?

Some of us are using the ability to personalize our belief systems to shut ourselves off from information and ideas that might challenge those beliefs and cause us to think and act differently.

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LETTER: Diversity museum for city hall

Indy touts itself as an international city, so why not turn the historic city hall into an international center and museum celebrating our diversity [City set to solicit new ideas from developers for Old City Hall property,, June 21]? __________ Georgia Buchanan

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LETTER: ISTA leader focuses on wrong ideals

Responding to Teresa Meredith’s viewpoint [State can’t afford two school systems, June 26], she would have us eliminate public funds for vouchers to private schools and one presumes charter schools and use that money to increase funding for public schools and “… get serious about doing what works.” Her concept (and that of ISTA) of […]

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This former GOP’er ashamed of party

Republican spokesman Pete Seat’s comments in support of Donald Trump’s malicious comments [about MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski] made me beyond angry. Apparently, you think that Hoosiers are a bunch of ignorant yokels that don’t keep up with what is going on in the nation’s capital. To say that the vast majority of voters don’t care what is going […]

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