Gourment Treats Poppin' in Kokomo

Tashia Johnson-St. Clair says the recipe came to her in a dream, and now she has turned that dream into a successful business: Sweet Poppin’s. She talks about her company's wholesale, online, event and fundraiser businesses.

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Hoosier Farmers Harvest Federal Dollars

Hoosier Farmers Harvest Federal Dollars

Connersville-based Jacobs & Brichford LLC co-owner Leslie Jacobs says a round of grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows the government recognizes the importance of small farmers creating value-added products. The company produces and...


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HUD Secretary to Visit Gary

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro will make his first trip to Gary Wednesday morning. He will visit the site of the Sheraton Hotel, which, after years of delays, is set to be demolished.

Communities Land Millions For Water Projects

Twelve Indiana communities are receiving a total of more than $5 million in grants for water and wastewater projects. The federal Community Development Block Grant funding is being awarded through Indiana's Office of Community and Rural Affairs.

Winnecke Proposes City Budget

Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke has submitted a more than $115 million budget proposal to the Common Council. It calls for funding to build a multi-million park where Roberts Stadium once stood and improvements to the 8,500-seat amphitheater at Me...

Irish Unveil Dome-Inspired Uniform

The University of Notre Dame has unveiled three football uniform designs inspired by the school's iconic Golden Dome. In January, Maryland-based Under Armour Inc. (NYSE: UA) detailed a 10-year, exclusive uniform deal with the university's athletic...

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Cherry Tomatoes And Marketing Materials

One of the most common mistakes made by marketers is trying to cram too much information into their communications materials. They'll typically say, "Well, we probably need to mention this … and this … and this," along with a bit of "Here's some empty space. How can we fill it?"

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