Tokyo-based Seven & i Holdings plans to acquire about 3,900 Speedway stores in 36 states. Indiana is one of Speedway’s largest markets.
Shopping center planned for vacant 16th Street lot near downtown
The lot in the Herron-Morton Place Historic District was slated several years ago for a new gas station, drawing fierce opposition from nearby residents.Read More
Real estate agent and nearby resident Kelly Lavengood says she was inspired by other rehab projects in the area to buy and renovate the former Pure Oil gas station on 38th Street.
The announcement on Thursday, ahead of the Memorial Day weekend, was the latest attempt to combat liquor stores’ exclusive right to sell cold carry-out beer in Indiana.
American drivers are preparing to hit the road this Fourth of July as seasonal gas prices plunge to their lowest in 12 years.
King David Dogs is pursuing growth through gas stations and travel plazas by franchising kiosk-sized versions of its downtown restaurant, known for its quarter-pound, all-beef hot dogs.
Lawmakers worked Wednesday to keep legislation alive that addresses a legal loophole used by Ricker's convenience stores to sell cold beer at two of its 50 locations.
Ricker's, an Anderson-based business with convenience store/gas stations throughout Indiana, is spending $150,000 to prevent the crimes from getting out of hand.
All Ricker's Convenience Stores in Hamilton County have joined the "Safe Haven" initiative.
The Cincinnati-based grocer on Wednesday revealed further details of a four-year strategy to solidify its place in the Indianapolis-area market, including new, expanded and remodeled stores.
Since early March, when city officials announced plans to establish the moratorium in commercial areas adjacent to neighborhoods, the Indianapolis Department of Code Enforcement has received 18 applications to build at locations that would be subject to the ban.
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.
Judge Richard L. Young ruled the state has legitimately drawn a line by only allowing liquor stores to sell cold beer.