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JEFFERSONVILLE – One Southern Indiana (1si), in coordination with the Indiana Economic Development Corp. (IEDC), has announced that DENSO Products and Services Americas, Inc.’s (DPAM), plans to lease approximately three-fourths of a new 426,118 square feet building at 301 Logistics Avenue in…

GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. — Dollar General’s newest store at 7016 Main St. NE in Lanesville is now open, according to a Dollar General news release.

NEW ALBANY — A new business series at The Root co-working space in New Albany that launches Wednesday seeks to offer networking and educational opportunities for Southern Indiana residents.

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SOUTHERN INDIANA — As job-seekers swap résumés with potential employers at a job fair Wednesday in Jeffersonville the latest economic numbers could project well for Southern Indiana.


NEW ALBANY — In February 2017 fire ravaged a section of the Breakwater Apartments in downtown New Albany. The units were nearly complete when the unthinkable occurred.

CLARK COUNTY — Next week marks the start of the fourth annual Clark County CARES Drug Facts Week, a free lineup of community events dedicated to seeking solutions to Southern Indiana's drug and addiction crisis and offering resources and support.


JEFFERSONVILLE — Heads up Southern Indiana — Utica is transforming before your eyes from sleepy river town to opportunistic developer, and it took a giant leap forward Monday thanks to River Ridge.

JEFFERSONVILLE — Approximately 250 One Southern Indiana (1si) members and friends gathered at Kye’s on Nov. 30 to celebrate the four winners of the 2018 ACE Awards. The 1si Awards are given annually to individuals who have used their skills and talents to not only enhance their organizations…

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JEFFERSONVILLE – River Ridge Commerce Center is nearing a new stage of development, striking a deal with an experienced firm to help build and market a new office campus that is expected to attract higher-paying jobs to the Southern Indiana and Louisville region, according to a River Ridge n…

It certainly is beginning to look a lot like Christmas in downtown Jeffersonville, and the holiday season officially kicks off tonight, Thursday, with the 15th annual Downtown Merchants Holiday Open House from 6 to 9 p.m.

JEFFERSONVILLE — On Tuesday representatives from German American Bank, the city of Jeffersonville, and One Southern Indiana will celebrate the opening of its newest office at 3537 E. 10th St., Jeffersonville. The event will take place at 11 a.m.

NEW ALBANY — At its next regularly scheduled meeting on Oct. 18, the New Albany City Council will be asked to consider a tax abatement request for Progressive Materials, which is considering building a new location on Capital Drive in New Albany’s North Industrial Park. This location could b…


INDIANA — Stacey Freibert isn’t one for flashy advertisements. You won’t see neon signs or strings of colorful flags outside her natural food store, called Seeds and Greens, in New Albany. But Freibert has made one, subtle exception: two signs on her door advertising products made from canna…

NEW ALBANY – The Horseshoe Foundation Revolving Loan Fund is helping business owners Stacie Bale and Sarah Hastings with equipment for the Roadrunner Kitchen, a quick-serve, locally-sourced restaurant at 145 E. Main St. in downtown New Albany. Described as a “grab-and-go,” the restaurant off…

JEFFERSONVILLE — The new owners of Claysburg II Tower in Jeffersonville say they don’t have plans yet to change conditions at the 12-story affordable housing building, but there are signs that improvements are in the works. 

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SOUTHERN INDIANA — On a recent trip to Evansville, Southern Indiana’s regional development authority got a peek at their possible future if they’re able to score millions in economic development money from the state. 

ring to speak at a Labor Day picnic at Beulah Park in Alexandria, Mike Fisher was disappointed at the handful of union members trickling in Monday for free hot dogs and potato chips.


SOUTHERN INDIANA — Jeffersonville couple Cheryl Abrao and her husband are two of the thousands of people who have switched to taking the Clark Memorial Bridge, also referred to as the Second Street Bridge, almost exclusively since tolling began on the Kennedy and Lincoln bridges in 2017.


Over the next few weeks, the City of New Albany will be conducting public input sessions to gather feedback about its revised zoning ordinance, which will set new requirements for any future buildings (and all other projects) that residents and developers want to bring to the area.

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