Indianapolis Business Journal

JUNE 27-JULY 3, 2016

The Hoosier Lottery is having a banner year and is projecting that it will return more money to the state than in any other year. But was it mostly due to the $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot? Hayleigh Colombo examines the circumstances. Also in this issue, Scott Olson marks the return of home flippers to the real estate market as sales improve. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry reviews a new pizza outpost for Chicago-based Aurelio’s.

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A home with a view

Charlie Brown and Louise Tetrick love the house they built on Geist Reservoir—especially the windows. Still, this home is for sale at $1.45 million through Berkshire Hathaway’s The Richwine Group.

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Residential Real Estate: Marketplace

Housing Sales   March 1 – May 31 MORE FROM IBJ Click here. The housing market is hot but the challenge is a lack of inventory, said F.C. Tucker Co. President Jim Litten. Currently, there are about 9,000 listings in central Indiana, although about 20 percent of those are under contract with an agent accepting […]

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ROBERTSON: Please, own your words

if you have to double-check to see if the words or views you express have hurt someone, you probably know deep down that what you’re saying isn’t very nice.

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Law creates monopoly

The law meant to regulate the vaping industry is far more dangerous than the e-liquids from which the state claims to “protect” us.

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Duped by Harmony

I am one of those unfortunate homeowners whose decision to move to Harmony in Westfield was predicated on what I was told were the plans for the subdivision and the area to the south [Shifting plans sow dis-Harmony in Westfield ’hood, June 13]. All anyone has to do is drive to 146th and Ditch to […]

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