Meanwhile, the median sales price for a house in the 16-county area in October jumped 3.9%, to $299,000, from the same month a year ago.
Full eclipse in 2024 is expected to drive a million visitors to Indiana cities and towns
Indiana’s tourism industry, plus public safety officials and others, already are laser-focused on April 8, 2024. On that day a sizable swath of the state, including Indianapolis, will be in the path of totality for a solar eclipse whose path will arc across the U.S. from Texas to Maine.Read More
Greenwood council considering tax breaks for two projects
The Greenwood City Council has given preliminary approval to a tax abatement on an $8.5 million speculative office building and is considering a separate incentive agreement for a manufacturer’s expansion.Read More
Dunham Rubber & Belting acquired by Georgia-based firm
Dunham, a 57-year-old Greenwood-based distributor, fabricator and manufacturer with locations in Shelbyville and Fort Wayne, was purchased by Belt Power LLC.Read More
An Energizer spokesperson said the Franklin plant “will continue to serve as the central distribution center for our U.S. battery and lights businesses.”
The Greenwood Parks & Recreation Department plans to add an additional 120 parking spots at Freedom Park to accommodate pickleball and aquatic center visitors.
Johnson County accounts for the bulk of the funding that the dissenting counties will forego. It qualified for up to $2.1 million.
Gabe Nelson, planning director for the city, said public input will play a major role in the creation of the plan, which aims to ensure Greenwood remains attractive to existing residents and businesses, while creating opportunities to attract new ones.
In an incentive contract with the Indiana Economic Development Corp., the logistics firm says it will create as many as 676 jobs at the facility by 2027.
The Greenwood Common Council this week voted unanimously to approve the creation of an economic revitalization area and provide a real property tax abatement for VisionQuest Eyecare.
While it’s not clear what the new owner plans to do with the building, the name of the holding company indicates uses as a cold-storage or pharmaceutical facility—or both.
Quality Mill Supply Co., which was started in 1944 and operates five locations in Indiana, is the fourth Indiana business to be acquired by Martin Supply or its parent company in the past three years.
Slim Chickens, which offers a menu that includes chicken tenders, wings, sandwiches, wraps, chicken and waffles, and salads, has about 150 restaurants in at least 29 states, plus the United Kingdom and Kuwait.
Preliminary autopsy results show gunman Jonathan Sapirman of Greenwood was shot eight times by an armed bystander, the Johnson County Coroner’s Office said Tuesday.
Host Mason King talks with Myers about how Greenwood is changing, but also about his life, which has included working for his parents’ ambulance business, as a police detective, a missionary and in security for a foreign embassy.
The $92 million, mixed-use redevelopment project is taking shape on a 19-acre site downtown after nearly a decade of planning.
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking annually offers more than 200 courses—in some years, many more—focused on helping amateurs and professionals hone their skills primarily in woodworking but increasingly in other creative pursuits, including glass blowing, quilting, metalsmithing, upholstery, calligraphy and more.
Some of the workers had to be pulled out of the collapsed structure, said Whiteland Fire Chief Eric Funkhouser.
With the increasing resurgence of vinyl sales, Electric Key Records has grown into a full-fledged business of its own in a downtown Franklin storefront at 65 E. Jefferson St.
Cincinnati-based Uptown Commercial Partners plans to invest nearly $29 million to build the facility on a 40-acre site just east of the Graham and Whiteland roads intersection, and west of Interstate 65.
The merged township is the first in the state, serving 29,885 residents and 12,185 households.