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The lone remaining Sears department store in the Indianapolis area will cease operations as part of the parent company's bankruptcy reorganization plan, according to a... [Read More]
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Mike Braun raised more funds than Democratic incumbent Joe Donnelly in the third quarter, but the sitting senator heads into the... [Read More]
Scooter-rental companies Lime and Bird Rides Inc. are less than two years old. They've both raised hundreds of millions of dollars. But that isn't stopping... [Read More]
A year ago, a Sears bankruptcy would have fit better into the U.S. retail narrative, given the steady decline of shopping malls and foundering chains.... [Read More]
Less than three years after acquiring a manufacturer of metal components with operations in Muncie, JD Norman Industries Inc. has decided to close the facility... [Read More]
Shares in Elanco Animal Health Inc. slipped as much as 3.3 percent Monday morning after lead managers and other banks involved in its recent initial... [Read More]
Just west of the Ohio River and south of the Indianapolis Zoo is the site of the former GM stamping plant — 103 acres of... [Read More]
Going through surgery can be tough on the body, with cutting, prodding, drilling, sawing, stapling and stitching up. In addition to stressing the body and... [Read More]
For decades, bingo games and other forms of gaming have provided a major funding source for local posts of the American Legion in Indiana and... [Read More]
Local businessmen Darren Peterson and Rocky Shanehsaz seek to replace longtime councilor Mary Sue Rowland. [Read More]
The city of Carmel has new attraction for its holiday market: a 33-foot-tall, 10-ton German-made "pyramid" that just arrived in a truck on Thursday. Carmel... [Read More]
There's more than one way to see the fall colors when you go to Brown County. You can join the throngs headed for Nashville and... [Read More]
Joe Donnelly, a Democrat seeking re-election to the U.S. Senate, distances himself from Washington, D.C., but not from President Donald Trump. [Read More]
Mike Braun is worth tens of millions of dollars, but his supporters say he carries himself like a regular, down-to-earth guy. [Read More]
Ambrose Property Group's mixed-use development, to be known as Waterside, is expected to cost $1.4 billion, more than double the firm's original estimate of $550... [Read More]
Downtown's jam-packed steakhouse scene has become a little less crowded. Red the Steakhouse, which opened in one of downtown's oldest buildings in May 2017, served... [Read More]
Short-lived 1980s experiment being resurrected in Meridian-Kessler. Also: Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse, Virginia Avenue Pizza Co., Bow Wow Meow Boutique, Linden Tree Gifts, Moody Eyes and... [Read More]
The physicians' group claims the Connersville health system misled it on patient volumes and has refused to adjust a subsidy to make up the difference. [Read More]
Fans give the Indiana Pacers high marks when they rate their overall experience at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. And, because a big part of that experience... [Read More]
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