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.
A Shelbyville glass factory has had almost two years to address safety violations resulting from a worker’s death, but the state says the plant still has a lot of the same problems. Pilkington North America faces $150,000 in fines after an Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration inspection in March and April.
The Indiana Horse Racing Commission says the closing of Indiana Downs in Shelbyville on Friday and Saturday is being done in an "abundance of caution" to protect horses and riders.
Owner of Indiana Grand Casino plans to proceed with recapitalization plan instead.
Indiana's environmental agency and Duke Energy Corp. are moving ahead with the cleanup of a long-closed manufactured-gas plant in Shelbyville.
Indianapolis Downs LLC, parent company of Indiana Live horserace track and casino in Shelbyville, wants lenders to grant a one-year extension of financing for the Chapter 11 reorganization that otherwise would expire in April.
Indiana Live is receiving overtures from potential buyers, including the owner of local competitor Hoosier Park & Casino, its parent company said in a recent bankruptcy court filing.
Bankrupt racetrack and casino asks for help recovering money from Indiana Department of Revenue.
Licensed practical nurse Nic Davis invented a device to kill and prevent the introduction of microorganisms that collect at catheter ports.
A company that will soon become Shelbyville’s newest corporate resident has a nifty, high-tech idea to help schools, leagues and sports associations connect with sports referees and officials.
Maryland-based Cordish Cos. says the casino owners withheld $8.4 million in payments and conspired with other groups trying to sabotage its plans for a Maryland gambling facility.