In a story at the top of the final issue, the paper said it closed “the shopper due to challenging market conditions.” The paper was delivered free by carriers to 15,000 readers on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
The standalone, two-story facility is expected to offer a wide array of inpatient and outpatient services, including addiction treatment, counseling and psychiatric intensive care.
If you are interested in adding variety to your ambulatory activities, central Indiana has plenty of low-impact spots where you can comfortably set your own pace.
Zionsville and Plainfield are still in contention to land Little League International’s Central Region headquarters, but Westfield has apparently struck out.
The town of Plainfield announced Friday morning that auto parts distributor NAPA Balkamp will move its corporate headquarters from Indianapolis to the former Galyan’s Trading Co. building.
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.
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.
The growing Hendricks County town plans to build a new fire department headquarters and two fire stations, in addition to other improvements.
Southwire Co. LLC plans to shut down its customer service center in Plainfield by mid-year, putting 50 employees out of work.
The Shops at Perry Crossing in Plainfield was evacuated Friday night after bomb threats were posted on Facebook targeting the mall and its JC Penney store, police said.
California-based Spyder Auto, which makes fog lights and other aftermarket products, said it will invest $5.2 million to buy a vacant building and turn it into a logistics and distribution center.
PulteGroup is embarking on a large residential development in Plainfield that provides one of the clearest signals yet that the local housing market is on the mend.
Two reverse-commute routes will serve the north Plainfield and Whitestown warehouse districts, taking workers from Indianapolis to major employers like Amazon, GNC, Ingram Micro and Tempur Sealy.
The company said in a letter to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development dated Monday that it expects to begin closing operations at 2799 Reeves Road in late August with permanent closure occurring by early September.