Lilly Leads Early Education Charge

Eli Lilly and Co. Senior Director of Corporate Responsibility Rob Smith and Director of State Government Affairs Mike O'Connor talk about Lilly's committment to help raise $10 million to support early childhood education efforts in Indianapolis.

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City to Reveal More Stadium Details

City to Reveal More Stadium Details

Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight is slated to announce additional details Tuesday of a planned $11.5 million baseball stadium. The Kokomo Municipal Stadium project includes funding for flood mitigation issues in the area.

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Brewer Benefits From New City Fund

A northeast Indiana cider and beer brewery is the first beneficiary of a new fund designed to boost entrepreneurship. Chapman's Brewing Co. has secured $100,000 from the Angola Investment Fund to support additional growth.

Lippert Components to be Distributed Overseas

Elkhart-based Lippert Components Inc. has announced E&P Hydraulics will sell and distribute its products in Europe. Lippert says E&P is one of Europe's largest recreational vehicle component suppliers.

Bosma to Craft Ethics Legislation

Indiana Speaker of the House Brian Bosma (R-88) says he will present an ethics bill designed to address "significant gaps" in issues where legislators have a personal stake. The decision relates to an ethics investigation into Representative Eric ...

Choir Community Mourning Loss of 'Mama West'

Funeral arrangements are set for Wednesday for one of the directors of the Indianapolis Children's Choir. Cheryl Eisele West led the Indianapolis Youth Chorale for more than a decade. She also served as a faculty member with the Butler University ...

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Education is Worth The Investment

There is no greater financial investment in one's future than a college degree. While this viewpoint has its critics, the reality is the value of a degree has never been greater.

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