In a story at the top of the final issue, the paper said it closed “the shopper due to challenging market conditions.” The paper was delivered free by carriers to 15,000 readers on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Dixon says his career went into a tailspin after the National Hot Rod Association objected to a two-seater that gives fans the thrill of being in a dragster.
Indianapolis-based Synovia Solutions’ Here Comes the Bus app has attracted 1.2 million registered users and 300,000 daily users in 3-1/2 years.
The local car dealerships Hoosiers have long visited when shopping to buy a set of wheels could bear new names in coming years as aging owners look to sell off their businesses.
The two brokerages sold a combined 1,671 homes in 2016 with a total value of $277 million.
Will Pfaffenberger’s passion project, featuring shows made up on the spot, is slated to debut in February.
Donnis Mizelle, 56, pleaded guilty to embezzling $580,000 from an Avon-based utility and using the money for personal expenses, including vacations, jewelry and a Mother’s Day brunch.
Donnis Mizelle, former CEO of Avon-based Hendricks Power Cooperative, defrauded the company to buy jewelry, electronics, sports tickets, and even meals for his own entertainment, according to federal officials.
Leo Brown Group opened two facilities in Indianapolis and Avon in June, and has started construction on two similar projects in Ohio and Kentucky.
The company that Charles O. McGaughey and his partner, George Laughner, started in 1950 has outlived thousands of Indiana restaurants—chains and mom-and-pops alike—and remained profitable through the changing tastes and trends of seven decades.
An Indianapolis firm that makes software for libraries has teamed with an elementary schoolteacher to improve kids’ reading skills by using books’ longtime nemesis—video games.
Central Indiana’s rail terminal to the world is CSX Transportation’s Avon yard, in Hendricks County. But don’t look for much in the way of rail shipments from here directly to the West Coast. The yard operates well below capacity. Meanwhile, CSX has been investing hundreds of millions of dollars in infrastructure upgrades to terminals in Ohio and farther east.
Four package liquor permits in the county west of Indianapolis fetched a total of nearly $1 million, roughly a quarter of the $3.8 million the state netted during an auction of 279 new alcohol permits in Indiana.