NEW ALBANY — After two years of steady growth at Destinations Booksellers in downtown New Albany, Taco Steve is making a move to a different kitchen.
NEW ALBANY — In the 1800s, pioneers passed through New Albany on their way out west, following the paths that American bison used to take to reach the Illinois prairie. Before that, the same route was used by Native Americans.
JEFFERSONVILLE — At the corner of Heuser Hardware on Spring Street, north of Court Avenue in Jeffersonville, stands a new champion of the business and the generations of Hoosiers who have passed through its doors.
NEW ALBANY — Mary Mimms loves turnips, but she doesn’t get them very often at Autumn Woods Health Campus in New Albany.
GREENVILLE — When Rich Boling spots his employer's logo — a sliver of moon peeking out from behind the word "techshot" — floating inside the International Space Station, his heart swells.
INDIANA — Ask an Indiana resident if he or she favors Sunday alcohol sales, and the answer is likely to be yes.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Jason Collins knew when he was hired at Jeffboat four years ago that layoffs were always a possibility. It’s just the nature of the industry.
JEFFERSONVILLE — An effort to tackle the entirety of a plan to transform Spring Street with surplus money failed at the Jeffersonville City Council meeting Monday night. Instead, the majority of the council elected to continue to address the project in phases.
FLOYDS KNOBS — When Robert Pappas bought 10 acres of land in Floyds Knobs off of Paoli Pike in 2009, he didn’t really know what he wanted to do with it.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Jeffboat LLC plans to lay off approximately 226 employees, beginning Monday and continuing through April, according to a WARN notice filed with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
NEW ALBANY — It's undeniable — the ice cream biz is weather-driven. After all, who wants to risk brain freeze when their toes are already frozen by wind chill and snowy sidewalks?
JEFFERSONVILLE — A new stretch of road that's expected to help create opportunities for growth in Jeffersonville and improve current traffic safety was dedicated Thursday.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A medical spa and salon opening in Jeffersonville will be focusing on bringing out beauty through technology, including with a super cool (literally) therapy.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A chain microbrew pub new to Indiana and a 103-unit assisted living facility are the first confirmed tenants of Denton Floyd Real Estate’s 70-acre Bridgepointe Commons project along Ind. 62, north of the roundabouts.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Three developers are collaborating on separate plans to bring restaurants, entertainment, shopping and hotels to the west side of Ind. 62 between the roundabouts and the Jeffersonville Cunningham Campers property.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A German American bank is the third confirmed tenant for the Jeffersonville Commons development off of 10th street in Jeffersonville. A MainSource Bank and Kroger Marketplace and fuel center were previously announced by Nicklies Development, which is in charge of the 50 acre…
FLOYD COUNTY — To spur infrastructure improvements and economic activity in parts of Floyd County, including the creation of a 60 acre innovative business park, the Floyd County Redevelopment Commission plans to adopt 39 parcels of land into its existing Edwardsville-Highlander Point Gateway…
JEFFERSONVILLE — RiverLink officials promised to continue to make customer service improvements to their tolling system as they presented their statistics on Friday for the last quarter of the system’s first year in operations.
JEFFERSONVILLE — 10th Street in Jeffersonville used to be a destination. There were good restaurants, a movie theater, shopping opportunities — places to go.
JACKSON COUNTY — The former owner of a Clarksville restaurant has been arrested following an investigation into allegedly corrupt practices linked to several of his businesses.
CHARLESTOWN — A group of local health care professionals have fresh plans for the former St. Catherine Regional Hospital in Charlestown, which has been empty since 2015.
JEFFERSONVILLE — At the first River Ridge Development Authority board meeting of the year, members approved several projects and talked about goals for the coming year.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A job candidate might look great on paper and seem even better in person, but he won’t get the job at Clark Memorial Hospital if he fails the drug test.
NEW ALBANY — One Southern Indiana (1si), the chamber of commerce and economic development organization for Clark and Floyd counties, announced Tuesday that nominations for the 2018 ONE Awards are now being taken. The “ONE” Award recognizes the finest 1si member-owned businesses in one of fiv…
JEFFERSONVILLE — Autoneum North America Inc.’s fines from the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration have been reduced to $14,000 from $224,000 after the agency found that some of the company’s violations given to them after the death of an employee in October were either not …
CHARLESTOWN — A warehouse employee is being told by a supervisor that he’s fired. Instead of accepting the news, he pulls out a gun and shoots his boss in anger.
LOUISVILLE — The Louisville metropolitan area did not make Amazon’s cut as a possible location for the retail company’s second headquarters, but Indianapolis did.
INDIANAPOLIS — CarDon & Associates, Inc., a Bloomington, Ind.-based provider of senior housing, rehabilitation and long-term care services, has announced the addition of Lincoln Hills Health Center to its family of senior living communities throughout central and southern Indiana, a news…
CLARKSVILLE — Newly-minted Clarksville Planning Director Jacob Arbital has only worked for the town for around two years, but he has leadership experience within the planning and zoning department.
NEW ALBANY — The Breakwater was two months from wrapping up construction when a fire swept through an unfinished building of the downtown apartment complex, destroying 80 units and setting back its completion date.
CLARKSVILLE — The latest phase of a major redevelopment in south Clarksville is nearing completion, with an update to be presented to the public at a meeting later this month.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Koetter Woodworking is investing in new production equipment worth $9.5 million and is hoping for an abatement from Clark County to help with the property taxes.
BORDEN — Fearful of a temporary shut down of Clark and Floyd counties' landfill, the facility’s private operators have turned to suing the counties for $5.2 million in bond proceeds that they say is owed to one of their projects by the governments.
CHARLESTOWN — After making further concessions with neighbors, the rezoning needed for a single and multi-family development in Charlestown near Sellersburg has been approved by the Clark County Commissioners.
NEW ALBANY — New Albany residents might have to wait a little bit longer for their Dunkin’ Donuts pastries and coffee, according to a corporate spokesman.
NEW ALBANY — It’s a common experience in the restaurant industry: a new place opens and the public flocks to it — leaving other restaurants emptier, even if their food and service are just as good.
NEW ALBANY — The owner of 145, 147 and 151 E. Main St. plans to strike it out on their own with a new bar, replacing Match Cigar Bar, which closed its New Albany location on Dec. 19 after almost seven months in business.
CLARKSVILLE — Clarksville Plan Commission members lobbed questions at a developer that plans to convert a vacant hotel into an apartment complex for millennials, but in the end, most of the members gave it the OK, passing it onto the town council for final approval.
JEFFERSONVILLE — For the past 11 months, the fate of Jeffersonville's Masonic Temple has hung in the balance as its current owner, the city and the community discussed how — and if — the building could be saved.
JEFFERSONVILLE — In the past year, Jeffersonville has seen the start of new retail growth, housing opportunities and major infrastructure improvements that Mayor Mike Moore say will carry the city into a brighter future for decades to come.
CLARK COUNTY — The Utica Town Board has sent a letter to Indiana officials objecting to pending construction of the heavy haul road, which the board president says will negatively impact the small town.
INDIANA — Aldi is voluntarily recalling several brands of apples in six states, including Indiana, for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination, according to a news release.
This Week's Circulars
- BOYS' BASKETBALL: Say so long to Ro(meo), Sean East
- Suspect in custody following cyber threat targeting New Albany High School
- Future New Albany pub about the classics and conversation
- THE HEART THAT BINDS: Transplant connects families from across the country
- How local schools keep students safe
- FOND FAREWELL: Seniors East, Langford combine for 55 points in victory over Bedford
- Jeffersonville adult caretaker charged with fraud, theft, neglect
- Bank Street Brewhouse will soon have Mexican food as Taco Steve moves in
- Greenville-based company puts SoIN on the galactic map
- Andrew Takami suspends U.S. Senate campaign