The employees will be vacating the downtown Anderson building for seven months.
A media group that owns more than a dozen newspapers in Indiana—including publications in Zionsville, Avon, Lebanon and Anderson—has announced it is merging with a company with dozens of TV and radio stations.
The agreement calls for the housing authority in the central Indiana community to compensate seven victims of discrimination identified by the U.S. Department of Justice.
Members of the Madison County Council have asked the county administrator about the cost of shutting down the center in Anderson during the seven-month process.
Past attempts to salvage the State Theatre focused on restoring it as a historical venue, but the new operators say the site needs to offer something different. One of their inspirations is The Vogue in Indianapolis.
Mayor Thomas Broderick said he hopes bringing in large businesses and building a thriving downtown will attract young people to the area and create a downtown renaissance.
As grocery stores continue to close throughout the city, residents who don’t have reliable access to transportation have seen their options for local groceries continue to dwindle.
The workers claimed they were wrongfully fired by Republican Mayor Kevin Smith's administration because they supported the Democratic incumbent in the 2011 city election.
An Anderson University fine-arts-major-turned-entrepreneur has helped develop a unique student-loan-forgiveness program that encourages recent Indiana graduates to set up shop in Anderson.
Nearly 30 acres of land in Madison County has been declared an economic development revitalization area for a planned 8.2-megawatt solar park.
Sutong China Tire Resources plans to have 20 to 40 workers at the site, where it will service the utility and recreational vehicle trailer industry.
The county’s long-range transportation plan will include a feasibility study of commuter rail.
The “toxic” office environment at a small St. Vincent Health office had broken out during an unprecedented wave of acquisitions of physician practices in central Indiana.
County staffers have worked many hours of overtime restoring links between the computer software and county files that were broken in the hacking attack on Nov. 4.
Leaders of Indianapolis-based BWI told the Anderson Redevelopment Commission that the money is needed to secure an additional $6 million by selling tax credits to investors.
Ray Harroun was remembered at a memorial service Sunday not only as the man who won the first Indy 500, but for his contributions to the auto industry, motorsports, engineering and inventing.
The Indianapolis Colts will hold training camp at Anderson University for the seventh straight summer, team officials announced Wednesday.
Officials heading up a new Purdue University technology education center in Anderson say local government money is needed to operate a section of the facility that's designated for startup companies.
The Anderson City Council voted unanimously Thursday to extend local protections on housing, education, employment and public accommodations.