Home sales in November tumbled 11.1 percent in Marion County, from 866 homes to 770. Hamilton County, the area’s second-largest market, saw a similar decrease, with an 11.3 percent drop.
The Anderson City Council voted unanimously Thursday to extend local protections on housing, education, employment and public accommodations.
NTN Driveshaft Inc. has been offered $5 million in state incentives to build an $87 million plant in Anderson that is expected to employ more than 500 people, state officials announced Tuesday.
Indiana Horse Racing Commission Chairman Thomas Weatherwax is promising to turn the tide on the industry, even as horse racing struggles across the country.
The Yorktown Town Council voted 6-1 Monday against joining the commission for the propised $450 million Mounds Lake reservoir, a week after a similar rejection by the Daleville Town Council.
The Daleville Town Council has voted unanimously not to join a commission that would oversee a proposal for a $450 million reservoir on the White River in central Indiana.
Plans call for the construction of a 94,000-square-foot facility on 12 acres, with completion expected in late 2016.
NTN Driveshaft Inc. plans to spend about $140 million on building and equipping the factory where it will make velocity joints for the automotive industry.
Whether three competing Indianapolis-area Toyota dealers may block the relocation of another Toyota franchise from Anderson to Noblesville divided a panel of the Indiana Court of Appeals on Thursday.
The Daleville Town Council tabled a vote until next month on whether to join a commission that would oversee a proposal for a central Indiana reservoir on the White River.
Jerrad and Jason Oakley have reached an agreement with 69 Liquors in Daleville, Lucky Liquors in Anderson and Mr. G's Liquor Store in Noblesville to sell their moonshine.
The proposed $450 million reservoir near Anderson—created by damming the White River—should be reviewed by a state legislative committee, according to a lawmaker opposed to the project.
Opponents of a proposed $450 million central Indiana reservoir are vowing to continue their efforts to stop the creation of a commission that would handle planning for the proposed Mounds Lake Reservoir, a 2,100-acre lake stretching seven miles through Madison and Delaware counties.
Economic development organizations in eight central Indiana counties say they support the proposed $450 million Mounds Lake Reservoir project.
Local officials had asked the Indiana Department of Transportation to extend the deadline for tapping those funds until July because the city had not settled on a site for the new terminal.
An ordinance calling for the city of Anderson to join a commission that would handle planning for a proposed $450 million reservoir has won initial approval from the central Indiana city's council.
Opponents of a proposal to build Indiana's first new reservoir in more than four decades by damming the White River in Anderson say they hope a peer review of a feasibility study helps kill the project before more money is spent.