NEW ALBANY — A U.S. District Court judge has ordered the former proprietor of Charlestown’s Wildlife in Need to pay nearly $734,000 in attorney’s fees to PETA, which brought the civil case.
FLOYD COUNTY — Public comment is now open for residents to share their input before the Indiana Department of Emergency Management approves or denies the closure plan for the main coal ash pond at Duke Energy’s Gallagher Station.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Employees at a Jeffersonville production company are casting ballots this month to select whether they want union representation.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A Southern Indiana businessman and activist is partnering with community agencies to create a space to have open, honest conversations about race, inclusion, diversity and equity — and how they contribute to both the history and future of the area.
CLARKSVILLE — Although in the early stages, a 17-acre property near Clarksville’s largest commercial hub is seeing the first signs of movement in four decades.
NEW ALBANY — John Clayton, MD, general surgery, was honored Tuesday by representatives from EndoGastric Solutions for reaching a significant milestone.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Town Council has voted to accept a judge’s orders in a four-year-old civil case and approve rezoning for an apartment complex on the north end of town.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The owner of an office building in downtown Jeffersonville destroyed by fire late last year has received approval on a new, modern space to take its place that is expected to be finished within a year.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Fifteen months after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, some Southern Indiana business owners are finding themselves in a very different place than they were last year.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Demolition is underway at a former downtown Jeffersonville office building, which burned in late December, making room for the rebuild its owner has in mind.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The aim was to improve connectivity and talent development in ways that would increase wages, lower the average age of the worker and create more good jobs in the region — and Southern Indiana Works and its partners were rewarded Monday for that ambition.
CLARKSVILLE — Five years after its inception, the first major development in South Clarksville’s up-and-coming downtown area has come to fruition.
CLARKSVILLE — A judge has again ruled in favor of an apartment developer previously denied a rezoning request in 2017 by majority vote of the Clarksville Town Council.
CLARKSVILLE — The Town of Clarksville has been named as one of three Indiana municipalities to be awarded a combined $1.4 million in EPA Multipurpose, Assessment and Cleanup grants.
CHARLESTOWN — Months after a resolution in one of two civil cases that have had homeowners in Charlestown’s Pleasant Ridge neighborhood on edge for years, the area is seeing new life.
INDIANA — A bill to break down barriers for young, low-income workers looking to obtain in-demand job skills has been signed into law, which Rep. Zach Payne (R-Charlestown) hopes will help lift up Hoosier families.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Each year, many Southern Indiana business owners look forward to the flood of visitors to Louisville and its neighbors across the river for the Kentucky Derby during the first weekend of May.
CLAYTON — Apple is planning a $100 million distribution center near Indianapolis that could employ nearly 500 workers by the end of 2024, company and state officials announced Monday.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A new round of relief for small businesses in four Southern Indiana municipalities is on its way, as many still struggle with the hits taken over the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana General Assembly gave final approval Thursday to a new two-year $37 billion state budget that is bolstered by $3 billion in federal coronavirus relief funding. The new budget takes effect in July.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The Indiana Supreme Court has denied a petition to hear part of an ongoing civil case related to an adult business in Clarksville.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The two-week initial public comment period has kicked off for residents to give input on what’s expected to be a five-year plan to widen Charlestown-Jeffersonville Pike.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Many local restaurants are struggling to find enough workers, making it difficult to keep up as they see increased business this spring.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The unemployment rate for the Louisville Metropolitan Statistical Area — which includes Floyd and Clark counties — in February fell to its lowest mark during the pandemic.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A family business in downtown Jeffersonville has served sweets to the community for more than a century, enduring historic events from flooding to pandemics.
CHARLESTOWN — MR3 Development recently entered into a purchase and sale agreement for its first tract of land at the River Ridge Commerce Center, where it plans to build a 210,000-square-foot, cross-dock industrial facility.
INDIANAPOLIS — A Marion County judge has ruled that Tim Stark, founder of Charlestown’s Wildlife in Need, can no longer own or exhibit any type of animal and that he must repay and return funds and assets misappropriated from Wildlife in Need, including animals.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Despite a more than yearlong delay caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and unforeseen repair issues, developer Denton-Floyd Real Estate Group is making progress on the former Masonic Temple in downtown Jeffersonville.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Southern Indiana continues to see hotel openings during the pandemic, and, although hotels have seen major drops in occupancy rates in the past year, the numbers are climbing back for area hotels.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Three months after fire destroyed a commercial building on a highly visible downtown Jeffersonville corner, its owner is ready to start rebuilding.
Northwest Ordinance Distilling, a distilled spirits bottling facility, is looking to fill numerous employment opportunities.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Indiana Sen. Todd Young toured the internationally-renowned technological training company Amatrol, Inc. Wednesday in Jeffersonville, which he called “a place where people can adapt to the economy of the future.”
CLARK COUNTY — The construction site was buzzing with activity Monday morning as progress continued on what’s likely to be the home of River Ridge Development Authority and the bulk of Clark County’s government offices by early 2022.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Indiana’s jobless rate last month was among the lowest in the Midwest, a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report released Friday showed.
SOUTH CLARKSVILLE — The newest workspace in Southern Indiana, Elevate Office at Bolt + Tie, is now leasing and small businesses and entrepreneurs are moving in.
INDIANA — The Indiana Supreme Court will hear oral arguments next month in a 2017 Floyd County civil case in which a petitioner was awarded $150,000 in damages against a car repair company.
INDIANAPOLIS — After passing a law last year to prevent employers from microchipping their employees, some lawmakers are pushing this session to expand that protection to more areas. House Bill 1156, the prohibition of microchipping employees, was approved by the Senate Pensions and Labor Co…
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Southern Indiana family has pooled their talents to bring a unique venue to the area, one they hope will be a smash hit with the community.
CLARK COUNTY — A recent report shows a significant regional impact from the River Ridge Development Authority in 2020 despite the pandemic, and board executive director Jerry Acy said this year is already shaping up to be a good one.
NEW ALBANY — Pre-construction activity ahead of the Sherman Minton Renewal project will begin Tuesday as inspection work on the bridge will result in daily lane closures through April 18.
Northwest Ordinance Distillery in New Albany will be holding a drive-through job recruitment event Saturday at 707 Pillsbury Lane.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Just over six months ago, Spring Street Commons, the two-block mixed-use space at Spring and Market streets in downtown Jeffersonville, was starting to take shape.
NEW ALBANY — Kyle Lanoue says he plans to “smash the pedal to the floor” as he begins leadership of Prosser Career Education Center’s career and technical education programs.
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