In two acquisitions totaling nearly $9 million, one firm plans to expand an existing business park while the other has a big logistics facility in mind.
Little League International announced Thursday that it had narrowed the field to five finalists, with three in the Indianapolis area and two in Illinois.
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.
A Marion County Court has stopped an annexation by the town of Brownsburg after finding the municipality did not show that the land it wants to annex was needed for future development.
The suites-style facility slated for Arbuckle Park is part of the town’s effort to create an identity for downtown through new spaces for living, working and playing.
Avept Inc., a distributor of powersports and automotive parts, said it will spend $6.3 million to buy, renovate and equip a 100,000-square-foot building in the Hendricks County community.
While Indianapolis pursues major sporting events and massive conventions—gatherings that attract tens of thousands of people and score tens of millions of dollars in economic impact—many neighboring counties are chasing small and midsize corporate confabs, weddings and senior-citizen bus tours.
VMInnovations will distribute everything from electronics to baby products from a 160,000-square-foot building it is renovating at 2812 Airwest Blvd.
The retailer announced that it has acquired a 937,000-square-foot distribution center in Plainfield where it hopes to hire 900 employees by early 2020.
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.
Weston Foods is investing $1.6 million to renovate its 20,000-square-foot production facility in Brownsburg for its subsidiary Maplehurst Bakeries LLC. It plans to add 15 jobs.
New census estimates show the Indianapolis metropolitan area includes four of the five fastest-growing counties in Indiana and 10 of the 11 fastest-growing cities and towns with populations of at least 5,000.
Home closings in 13 central Indiana counties climbed 9.2 percent compared with the same month last year, while average sale prices rose 3.4 percent.
The growing Hendricks County town plans to build a new fire department headquarters and two fire stations, in addition to other improvements.
Indiana lawmakers are debating ways to give money back to local governments—money that already belongs to cities, towns and counties but the state has been holding in reserves.
Southwire Co. LLC plans to shut down its customer service center in Plainfield by mid-year, putting 50 employees out of work.
Brian Fenner, owner of Sperro Towing and Recovery and a former repo man, has been sued at least 14 times since October 2014 in Marion and Hendricks county courts, with lenders demanding he give back dozens of cars worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.