Opponents of a proposed reservoir stretching from Anderson to Muncie are urging an economic development group to abandon its push for the $450 million project.
A jury found in favor of Billie Jo Sayers on Monday in her lawsuit against IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie.
Food container manufacturer Royal Interpack North America Inc., a subsidiary of Thailand-based Royal Group, announced plans Tuesday to spend $11.9 million to open its first Midwest plant.
A plan that's in its early stages would bring a children's museum to a former Sears store at Mounds Mall in Anderson.
A state-funded feasibility study for creating a reservoir on the White River north of Indianapolis severely underestimates the cost of the project, according to a group of Ball State University professors who conducted a peer review of the study.
Bex Farms Inc. and an affiliate have withdrawn their application to renew the landfill permit for a 13-acre site near Mallard Lake and Killbuck Elementary School.
The state-funded study looked at the cost and environmental impact of the proposed 2,100-acre Mounds Lake reservoir, which would be formed by putting an earthen dam on the White River in Anderson, with an estimated cost of $440 million.
Anderson-based Ricker’s new gas station and convenience store at 146th Street and Carey Road in Westfield offers made-to-order burritos and self-serve frozen yogurt. The Anderson-based company plans to use the Westfield site as a model for its next generation of stores.
Economic development officials are advancing a plan to dam the White River in Anderson and create a seven-mile lake, but environmental groups are pushing the idea of a riverside trail as an alternative with equal promise but less expense and environmental destruction.
Officials in Anderson are backing plans to build a 94,000-square-foot building to house the proposed Purdue University technology education center.
The university announced Thursday its presidential search committee will recommend the board of trustees elect John Pistole president when it meets Oct. 27.
The company that will operate under the name Wigwam LLC has agreed to maintain the gymnasium until at least 2030. It plans to convert part of the property into multifamily housing and to find partners to develop uses for other parts.