Construction on The Farm, a $7.5 million baseball and softball facility along Interstate 69, has hit another snag while city officials and project developers continue to negotiate acceptable financing terms.
Anderson will be heavily featured in a game show that gives residents who are facing a repossession a chance to have their vehicle paid off on the spot by answering questions correctly.
Three employees of an Anderson department that receives federal money for affordable housing have been fired for failing to notify city and federal officials that they had relatives whose housing was paid for with the funds.
Indiana Live is receiving overtures from potential buyers, including the owner of local competitor Hoosier Park & Casino, its parent company said in a recent bankruptcy court filing.
The call center will serve U.S. customers on issues relating to wireless communications and Internet connectivity.
Bankrupt racetrack and casino asks for help recovering money from Indiana Department of Revenue.
The northern Indiana factory where AM General once made H2 Hummers could be building plug-in, hybrid cargo vans under a deal with Anderson-based Bright Automotive announced Friday.
Ed Martin Jr., the former car dealer who helped create Indiana’s horse-racing industry, these days isn’t even welcome at the state’s tracks. The Indiana Horse Racing Commission banned Martin after he refused to obtain a license, but he filed a lawsuit in Marion Superior Court last month seeking to overturn the decision.
Residents of the Anderson area—when they paid with health insurance provided by an employer—spent 76 percent more on health care in 2009 than the average American with employer health insurance, highest among all metropolitan areas in the nation.
Two investors stung by soaring property taxes have listed three Anderson office buildings on eBay in hopes of drumming up interest in the $4.5 million package deal.
If Indiana Live and Hoosier Park prevail, the racetrack-casinos may cut they could cut their combined tax bill by $30 million a year.
Coeus Technologies has begun selling its Ultra7 product through HomeDepot.com.