Johnston Quick Mix is an operating unit of Indianapolis-based Mattingly Concrete Inc., which was founded in 1987 by Dan and Liz Mattingly.
The company’s more detailed plans for the project reveal the 12 buildings would range in size from a 3,200-square-foot visitors center to a pair of three-story, 330,000-square-foot manufacturing facilities.
A group of elected officials, business leaders and community members in the Lafayette area are drafting a letter to the Indiana Economic Development Corp. seeking details about the state’s plans to draw water from the Wabash River aquifer.
The gun-safety advocacy group Shannon Watts began in her kitchen a decade ago grew into a political juggernaut with chapters in all 50 states and tens of thousands of volunteers.
The residents say the city of Lebanon failed to follow state zoning law when it annexed 5,200 acres of land for the planned LEAP district in Boone County.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp. is asking for $600 million over the next two years for a deal-closing fund, along with a one-time injection of $150 million for a revolving fund for land purchases. Democrats argue that Republicans already have given the agency a “blank check.”
Already, Jane Burgess, a former member of the Zionsville School Board, and John Stehr, a former news anchor at WTHR-TV Channel 13, have announced they will seek the GOP nomination.
Jenkins joined IBJ Podcast host Mason King for a deeper conversation about her emergence as a restauranteur after working as a teacher in Indianapolis Public Schools.
Tipsy Mermaid Conch House & Cocktails will be Shari Jenkins’ third restaurant in Zionsville’s downtown business district but her first focused on the island city 90 miles north of Cuba.
The Indiana Department of Transportation released a study that includes five possible locations for the interchange northwest of Lebanon near the planned site of the LEAP Lebanon Innovation and Research District.
The Lebanon City Council voted unanimously to approve the second phase of voluntary annexation for the LEAP district, a planned 11,000-acre advanced manufacturing park in Boone County.
Jane Burgess, a 20-year Zionsville resident, is the second Republican to announce a run for the May 3 primary election.
The development, called Onyx Point, would consist of 12 two-story buildings on 5.7 acres at 2620 N. Lebanon St.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp. and 43 Boone County landowners are asking the city of Lebanon to annex the land for a massive research and innovation park.
With the county experiencing the second-highest growth rate in Indiana, builders and apartment developers have not been able to meet the increasing demand for affordable and workforce housing.
The apparel company founded in China is pushing to get its ultra-low priced merchandise on doorsteps more quickly by opening more North American distribution centers, including a major hub in Whitestown.
The Lebanon City Council on Monday night approved an agreement that would reserve water and wastewater for a $2.1 billion Eli Lilly and Co. development in Boone County.
To meet the water demands of an innovation district planned for just north of Lebanon, state officials are exploring the idea of tapping into the Wabash aquifer in Tippecanoe County.
Stehr said his priorities if elected would include focusing on Zionsville’s finances, the town’s growth, public safety and mental health.
The China-based company said it plans to construct a second, 550,000-square-foot warehouse on its Boone County campus, doubling employment to about 1,400 by the end of 2025.