A three-story indoor golf complex is slated to open in Fishers next year. The Topgolf Company plans to build its first Indiana location on 116th Street near Cumberland Road. Construction could begin later this year with plans to open in the spring of 2017. The Fishers complex would create 450 full and part-time jobs.
The site of the former Budget Inn on MLK Jr. Blvd. is the topic of discussion for Muncie officials. The city is refusing to release $22,000 in funds provided by the former land owners for clean up because they say the job is not done. The lot is cleared but concrete pads remain, and the […]
Madison County officials have set a second bid date for a new minimum security facility in Anderson. Contracts were not awarded the first time because all of the bids surpassed the estimated 1.6 million dollar cost. Madison County Commissioners will advertise for a second time with the new bid date set for March 1.
Police arrested a Muncie man for hitting his wife after a witness recorded the attack on her cell phone. 35-year-old Jason Carter was arrested for domestic battery. He has a previous battery conviction and two DUI’s.
Reminder: Police/Fire/EMT/EMA will be conducting training exercises at Tipton Community Schools this Saturday, from 8 am to Noon. Please be aware if you are in or around the buildings. Do not be alarmed if you see emergency vehicles in the schools’ parking lots.
It’s time to file. That’s the word from the Indiana Department of Revenue and the Internal Revenue Service. Tuesday marked the opening of the 2016 individual income tax filing season. Both agencies encourage you to electronically file your tax returns.
Fort Wayne International Airport has announced that 2015 saw its busiest year of air travel yet, with an increase of 11 percent. Unsurprisingly, a record was also set for the number of gallons of aviation fuel sold, increasing by nearly 12,000 gallons.
The road funding plans moving through the House and Senate would mark a first: they’d reduce the amount of money the state considers an adequate reserve. Three decades ago, the state thought a six-and-a-half-percent surplus was enough, only to discover in the 1991 recession that it wasn’t. Governors have gradually targeted larger and larger surpluses […]
An IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital pharmacy technician’s license has been suspended indefinitely. The Star Press reports that Jennifer Everitt, a licensed pharmacy technician from Alexandria, admitted to her employer that she had diverted hydrocodone for personal use.
Students and fans alike celebrated the life of former Butler University basketball player Andrew Smith over the weekend. At a game at Hinkel Fieldhouse, a video was played that paid tribute to the Academic All-American that died earlier this month after a two year battle with cancer at the age of 25.