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.
A Shelby County brewing company and restaurant plans to move its business to Johnson County after receiving financial assistance from the Franklin Development Commission.
The state-of-the-art Centaur Regional Equine Diagnostic and Surgical Center will provide health services to horses and serve as a working laboratory to support the College of Veterinary Medicine.
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 center, to be located near Indiana Downs, will provide health services to horses and serve as a working laboratory for veterinary school learning and research.
Shelby County commissioners have awarded a $2.3 million contract for construction of the new grandstand to Zionsville-based RL Turner Corp.
Several officials of a central Indiana town where a $500 million power plant has been proposed say they were impressed with another of the company's plants during a trip to Texas.
Dozens of people packed a Morristown council meeting to speak out against an energy company's proposal to build a $500 million power plant.
Residents in Morristown are rallying against a proposed $500 million power plant they fear will harm the quiet agricultural community.
A wide-ranging gambling bill designed to protect Indiana casinos from border-state competition would allow live table games at two central Indiana racinos.
Central Indiana’s two racetrack-casinos may consolidate under a single owner after Indianapolis-based Centaur Holdings LLC submitted a winning bid of at least $500 million for Indiana Grand Casino in Shelbyville.
Faeza Alloyers USA, a metal alloys manufacturer and fabricator, said it will invest nearly $7.6 million to construct and equip a 36,000-square-foot facility in Shelbyville, its first in the United States for the Mexico-based company.
Pilkington North America faces $453,000 in proposed penalties after state inspectors detected 29 new safety violations at the plant, according to agency documents.