• Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson (wearing red in center) and Governor Eric Holcomb (pictured to Freeman-Wilson's left) were on-hand for a groundbreaking at the future site of the new HMD Trucking headquarters.

    Another Illinois Company Moving to Indiana

    An Illinois-based shipping and logistics company has announced plans to relocate to Gary. HMD Trucking Inc. says it will invest nearly $6 million into a new headquarters, with plans to bring up to 500 jobs to Lake County by 2021. Founder Henry Malukas calls Gary a "perfect match" and cites several reasons for the move, including affordability to grow.

  • Indy Tech Company Grows in NYC Metro Area

    Indianapolis-based StrataBlue has opened an office in New Jersey. Chief Executive Officer Henry Bestritsky says the company is growing rapidly and the digital marketing agency has hit a point where "we either expand to handle the increased client load or slow down and stay the course. It's what we call a 'high-quality problem.'" StrataBlue, which was founded in 2000, currently has 15 employees in its Indianapolis office and 10 in the Greater New York City area.

  • The company plans to hire 100 associates by the end of this year, and 400 next year.

    Purdue, Infosys Announce Major Partnership

    Purdue University and India-based tech giant Infosys have announced a strategic alliance. The five-year agreement will involve training for the company's American employees, joint research projects and a physical presence for Infosys on campus. In May, the consulting and technology company announced that it had chosen Indianapolis for one of its U.S. tech and innovation hubs, resulting in up to 2,000 new jobs by the end of 2021.

  • Building Permits on Rise in Central Indiana

    The Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis says single-family building permits jumped 14 percent in July, compared to the same month last year. The increase is the largest in any month this year. Chief Executive Officer Steve Lains says "we are pleased to see a continued steady growth in central Indiana housing and its associated economic impacts through local jobs, wages, and taxes." Through the first first seven months of the year, 3,671 new permits have been issued...

  • Patrick Industries ranks number one among manufacturers in the U.S. according to the Industry Week list.

    Indiana Manufacturers Sweep Top Spots on '50 Best ' List

    Hoosier manufacturers fare well in an annual ranking of the highest-performing public manufacturers in the country. Elkhart-based companies swept the top three spots on the 2017 Industry Week 50 Best U.S. Manufacturers list. Lafayette-based Wabash National Corp. (NYSE: WNC) was the only other Indiana company on the list, placing 29th. The publication ranks manufacturers based on multiple factors, including revenue growth and total revenue over the last year.

  • Sycamore Winery sits on some 60 acres in West Terre Haute.

    From Coal Mine to Fine Wine

    The couple behind a Vigo County winery says the community is embracing their vision, which is located at the site of a former Peabody coal mine. Sarah Pigg, who owns Sycamore Winery in West Terre Haute with her husband Daniel, says the booking calendar is already filling up for next year. The Indiana State University graduates say the 60-acre attraction includes a winery, craft brewery, trails, lakes and 4,000 square-feet of event space.

  • Freddy's also has Indiana locations in Evansville and Columbus.

    Burger Chain Grows in Central Indiana

    A Kansas-based restaurant chain continues its growth in central Indiana. Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers has broken ground on its third location in the Indianapolis metro area, with plans to hire about 80 workers. The company plans to open the Indianapolis location by the end of the year.

  • Indiana Unemployment Numbers Set to be Released

    New state unemployment numbers will be released Friday. The rate released last month remained at 3 percent, the lowest level since the mid-1990s. In June, a total of 10,000 private sector jobs were added. The unemployment rate was at 4.5 percent in June of 2016. Indiana has the lowest unemployment rate among its neighbors. Michigan fell to 3.8 percent in June, Illinois increased to 4.7 percent, Ohio was 5 percent and Kentucky ticked up to 5.1 percent. Indiana is currently 15,700...
  • The lineup includes Ivy Tech Community College President Sue Ellspermann.

    TEDxEvansville Unveils Speaker Lineup

    Organizers of TEDxEvansville 2017 have announced the speaker lineup for the October event. The 11 speakers will make presentations based on this year's theme of "Grow." The event is set for October 27 at the University of Southern Indiana.

  • New Leader For Evansville Sports Corp.

    Eric Marvin has been named executive director of the Evansville Sports Corp. He previously served as director of sports tourism for the The Columbus Area Visitors Center. Marvin succeeds Jason Sands who now serves as director of sports at the Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau. The organization helps prepare bids, manage, recruit, promote and sell tournaments and sporting events in the city. It also hosts youth clinics and events connected to the various competitions.

  • AWS Foundation Awards Over $500K In Grants

    Fort Wayne-based The AWS Foundation recently awarded $504,708 in grants to 18 non-profit organizations that benefit individuals with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities in Northeast Indiana. These organizations include: Achieva Resources: $70,000 for the Guardianship Program. Audiences Unlimited: $13,910 to pilot a Music Enrichment program at Life Adult Day Academy. Carey Services: $13,250 matching grant for vehicle purchase and accessibility modifications. Chu...

  • Shaun Grannis is director of the Regenstrief Institute's Center for Biomedical Informatics.

    Grant to Help Tackle Patient ID Issues

    The Center for Biomedical Informatics at the Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis has received a $1.7 million grant. The funding from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality will support research and development of "real-world, evidence-based guidelines" for matching patient identification information in the era of Big Data. CBMI Director Shaun Grannis is the principal investigor for the project. He says...

  • (Image of the Sheets family barn and alpacas courtesy of Indiana Landmarks)

    Howard County Alpaca Farmers Honored For Preservation

    A Howard County farm family has been named winner of the 2017 Arnold Award for Rural Preservation from Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Farm Bureau. Tim and Beth Sheets raise alpacas for their fleece and own the farm that was bought by Beth's parents in the 1950s. The property includes a barn built in 1911 from recycled timbers, a 150 year-old farm house and historic log cabin that was rescued from demolition. The red barn, which now has a roof depicting an alpaca with its shingles, had...
  • (Rendering courtesy of the Greater Evansville Ball Halls of Fame.)

    Sports Halls of Fame CEO: 'We Will be a Destination'

    A capital campaign has been launched for the proposed Greater Evansville Ball Halls of Fame. Organizers hope to raise $2.5 million for the facility, which will honor area baseball, basketball, football and golf greats, as well as house a first-of-its-kind National Semi-Pro Baseball Hall of Fame. Chief Executive Officer Tim Turpin said during the capital campaign launch Wednesday "we will be a destination." Plans call for the property to include...

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    • Indy Tech Company Grows in NYC Metro Area

      Indianapolis-based StrataBlue has opened an office in New Jersey. Chief Executive Officer Henry Bestritsky says the company is growing rapidly and the digital marketing agency has hit a point where "we either expand to handle the increased client load or slow down and stay the course. It's what we call a 'high-quality problem.'" StrataBlue, which was founded in 2000, currently has 15 employees in its Indianapolis office and 10 in the Greater New York City area.

    • Grant to Help Tackle Patient ID Issues

      The Center for Biomedical Informatics at the Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis has received a $1.7 million grant. The funding from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality will support research and development of "real-world, evidence-based guidelines" for matching patient identification information in the era of Big Data. CBMI Director Shaun Grannis is the principal investigor for the project. He says...

    • Purdue, Infosys Announce Major Partnership

      Purdue University and India-based tech giant Infosys have announced a strategic alliance. The five-year agreement will involve training for the company's American employees, joint research projects and a physical presence for Infosys on campus. In May, the consulting and technology company announced that it had chosen Indianapolis for one of its U.S. tech and innovation hubs, resulting in up to 2,000 new jobs by the end of 2021.

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  • Education

    • AWS Foundation Awards Over $500K In Grants

      Fort Wayne-based The AWS Foundation recently awarded $504,708 in grants to 18 non-profit organizations that benefit individuals with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities in Northeast Indiana. These organizations include: Achieva Resources: $70,000 for the Guardianship Program. Audiences Unlimited: $13,910 to pilot a Music Enrichment program at Life Adult Day Academy. Carey Services: $13,250 matching grant for vehicle purchase and accessibility modifications. Chu...

    • Grant to Help Tackle Patient ID Issues

      The Center for Biomedical Informatics at the Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis has received a $1.7 million grant. The funding from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality will support research and development of "real-world, evidence-based guidelines" for matching patient identification information in the era of Big Data. CBMI Director Shaun Grannis is the principal investigor for the project. He says...

    • Campus Crossroads Bringing Nonprofit Opportunities

      The University of Notre Dame says its $400 million Campus Crossroads project will reap benefits for local nonprofit organizations. The school says the stadium enhancements will increase opportunities for organizations to earn money by volunteering at concession stands during football games. The university says nonprofits have earned nearly $1.7 million over the past five years working at concession stands during home football games.

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  • Manufacturing & Logistics

    • Building Permits on Rise in Central Indiana

      The Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis says single-family building permits jumped 14 percent in July, compared to the same month last year. The increase is the largest in any month this year. Chief Executive Officer Steve Lains says "we are pleased to see a continued steady growth in central Indiana housing and its associated economic impacts through local jobs, wages, and taxes." Through the first first seven months of the year, 3,671 new permits have been issued...

    • Indiana Manufacturers Sweep Top Spots on '50 Best ' List

      Hoosier manufacturers fare well in an annual ranking of the highest-performing public manufacturers in the country. Elkhart-based companies swept the top three spots on the 2017 Industry Week 50 Best U.S. Manufacturers list. Lafayette-based Wabash National Corp. (NYSE: WNC) was the only other Indiana company on the list, placing 29th. The publication ranks manufacturers based on multiple factors, including revenue growth and total revenue over the last year.

    • Another Illinois Company Moving to Indiana

      An Illinois-based shipping and logistics company has announced plans to relocate to Gary. HMD Trucking Inc. says it will invest nearly $6 million into a new headquarters, with plans to bring up to 500 jobs to Lake County by 2021. Founder Henry Malukas calls Gary a "perfect match" and cites several reasons for the move, including affordability to grow.

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  • Life Sciences

    • Grant to Help Tackle Patient ID Issues

      The Center for Biomedical Informatics at the Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis has received a $1.7 million grant. The funding from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality will support research and development of "real-world, evidence-based guidelines" for matching patient identification information in the era of Big Data. CBMI Director Shaun Grannis is the principal investigor for the project. He says...

    • BASi Turns in Profitable Quarter

      West Lafayette-based Bioanalytical Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: BASI) is reporting a third quarter net income of $221,000, compared to a net loss of $433,000 in the same period last year. Chief Financial Officer Jill Blumhoff credits increased pre-clinical services demand and improved pharmaceutical analysis revenues with the swing to quarterly profitability.

    • Big Data Firm Partnering With IBRI

      An Indianapolis-based health care data consulting company has announced a partnership with the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute. Perscio LLC says it will provide services including strategic planning, market research and health care data analysis. Perscio President Kent Hiller says the company's goal is to "help IBRI accelerate its mission of enabling discovery science and innovation in collaboration with academic and industry researchers."

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  • Health

    • Grant to Help Tackle Patient ID Issues

      The Center for Biomedical Informatics at the Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis has received a $1.7 million grant. The funding from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality will support research and development of "real-world, evidence-based guidelines" for matching patient identification information in the era of Big Data. CBMI Director Shaun Grannis is the principal investigor for the project. He says...

    • Union Hospital Turns 125

      The largest employer in Terre Haute is marking a milestone. Union Hospital will Thursday celebrate 125 years since its founding as the Terre Haute Sanitarium. It began as a small operation with only three paid employees and has since grown to include more than 2,000 employees with facilities in both Terre Haute and Clinton. Construction of its 380-bed, $185 million main campus was complete in early 2010 and hospital officials say...

    • Redesigned Health Care Facility Gains Approval in Whitestown

      A 96-bed senior living community in Whitestown is back on-track after layout changes by the owner and developer. The $20 million Mainstreet development will sit on 16 acres and include eight buildings. The project received unanimous approval Monday night from the town's plan commission, the final step in the approval process.

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  • Ag INnovation

    • From Coal Mine to Fine Wine

      The couple behind a Vigo County winery says the community is embracing their vision, which is located at the site of a former Peabody coal mine. Sarah Pigg, who owns Sycamore Winery in West Terre Haute with her husband Daniel, says the booking calendar is already filling up for next year. The Indiana State University graduates say the 60-acre attraction includes a winery, craft brewery, trails, lakes and 4,000 square-feet of event space.

    • Howard County Alpaca Farmers Honored For Preservation

      A Howard County farm family has been named winner of the 2017 Arnold Award for Rural Preservation from Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Farm Bureau. Tim and Beth Sheets raise alpacas for their fleece and own the farm that was bought by Beth's parents in the 1950s. The property includes a barn built in 1911 from recycled timbers, a 150 year-old farm house and historic log cabin that was rescued from demolition. The red barn, which now has a roof depicting an alpaca with its shingles, had...
    • State Debuts Initiative Targeting Skills Gap

      The newest cabinet member of the Holcomb administration spent her first day with the governor in Clay County helping to launch an initiative focused on linking Hoosiers to higher-paying, in-demand jobs. Former La Porte Mayor Blair Milo, who now serves as secretary of career connections and talent, says the Next Level Jobs initiative includes "two more tools in our toolbox" to help Hoosiers be successful in their careers.

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  • Monarch Beverage Hires Physical Therapist

    Monarch Beverage has hired Kyle Netter as a physical therapist. He will work alongside the physician and nurse practitioner to develop individualized plans for injury recovery, pain reduction and mobility and function restoration. Netter is trained to assist employees in injury prevention and condition management.

  • Tilson Names Palamara VP of Sales

    Tilson has appointed Stephen Palamara vice president of sales. He is an executive level business development professional with more than 25 years of information technology experience. Palamara’s background includes sales management, managing high growth B2B start-ups and early stage companies, enterprise software development, networking and infrastructure and staffing and recruiting.

  • Indiana Collectors Association Names President

    The Indiana Collectors Association has named Chris Coleman president. He is vice president of Richmond-based Finance System Inc. It is a title his father, Charles "Fred" Coleman Jr. held. Coleman has 16 years’ experience as a collector. He will help represent 72 collections agencies in Indiana that employ 5,000 Hoosiers.

  • Hylant Hires Three

    Indianapolis-based Hylant has hired: Brent Bigler (pictured), client executive, Jason Farling (pictured), client service executive and Derek Menendez, client executive, all in the Property and Casualty Select Practice.

  • BSA LifeStructures Adds to Team

    BSA LifeStructures, a nationally recognized architecture and engineering firm, has named Scott Kreitlein senior laboratory planner. He has more than 25 years of experience in lab design and planning and a recognized expertise in animal holding and biocontainment facilities.

  • Design Collaborative Adds Manager

    Fort Wayne-based Design Collaborative has named Steve Staley business development manager. Most recently, he served as director of development for Associated Churches of Fort Wayne and Allen County.

  • Whitestown's Director of Planning Resigns

    The town of Whitestown's first in-house Director of Planning Lauren Bailey has announced her resignation. She spent four years planning and maturing the fastest growing community in Indiana. Bailey has accepted a position with HWC Engineering.

  • Notre Dame Appoints Associate VP

    The University of Notre Dame has promoted Ryan Willerton to associate vice president for career and professional development in the Division of Student Affairs. He most recently served as director of the Office of Community Standards. Willerton began his career at Notre Dame in 1998 as a student development coordinator in the Student Activities Office and went on to serve as assistant director of residence life and housing from 2001 to 2003.

  • Wolfert Named IHSAA Foundation President

    The Indiana High School Athletic Association has named Matt Wolfert president of the IHSAA Foundation. Wolfert will begin his duties September 1. He previously served as director of major gifts at Cathedral High School.

  • DANNAR Adds Busby as Director

    Muncie-based DANNAR has added Rick Busby as director of innovation and technology to support the future research and design of new technology initiatives. He is an accomplished product developer, program manager and inventor with more than 30 years of experience in the defense, consumer electronics and manufacturing industries.

  • American College of Cardiology Selects VP

    Dr. Richard Kovacs has been selected to serve as vice president of the American College of Cardiology.  He is a cardiologist with Indiana University Health. Kovacs' one-year term will begin in March 2018. He is one of the nation’s top authorities on sports cardiology. Kovacs leads the IU Health team that performs cardiovascular screenings on players who come to Indianapolis for the annual NFL Scouting Combine.

  • St. Joseph's College Names VP For Advancement

    Saint Joseph's College Rector Barry Fischer has named Bill Hogan vice president for advancement of the school's Phoenix Project. He attended St. Joe's and played basketball for the school from 1970-1974, worked for the school in the 1980s as an athletics director, head men's basketball coach, business manager and associate professor.

  • Maple to Join Lilly Endowment

    Early Learning Indiana Chief Executive Officer Ted Maple will join Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment Inc. in October. Maple, who has led the nonprofit early ed provider since 2013, will help lead the endowment's education and youth development programs. Indianapolis attorney and consultant Susan Haber will also join the endowment as a program director.

  • USI President Announces Retirement

    University of Southern Indiana President Linda Bennett has announced plans to retire effective June 30, 2018. She became the university's third president in July 2009, after serving as provost and vice president for Academic Affairs from 2003 until her inauguration. In addition to serving as president, Bennett is a professor of political science and has taught courses in Introduction to American Politics for USI students.

  • Jewish Federation Makes Promotions

    The Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis has made several promotions. They include: Margo Fox (pictured), senior director of engagement; Michael Skolnick (pictured), senior director of development; Irina Brodskiy, campaign operations manager and Stephanie Dlatt, campaign associate.

  • Indiana Humanities Makes Promotion, Hires

    Indiana Humanities has promoted Kristen Fuhs Wells (pictured) to vice president. She will continue to lead communications and development efforts, but will also play a bigger role in developing organizational strategies and processes as the nonprofit grows. The organization has also hired Tom Streit (pictured) as multimedia manager and Claire Mauschbaugh as events and communications associate.

  • IPFW Names Two Directors

    IPFW has promoted Shawna Squibb to director of alumni relations. She has served as associate bursar at the university for the past decade. Also, Jean Hershberger has been named director of development. She has been a part of the Fort Wayne business community for more than 25 years, having spent most her career in the realty and banking sectors.

  • Indiana Landmarks Appoints Director

    Indiana Landmarks has promoted Brad Miller to director of its Northwest Field Office in Gary. He most recently worked for the organization's South Bend office as a community preservation specialist. Miller also previously consulted for the Somerville Preservation Commission.

  • The Tiedemann Group Adds Accounting Manager

    Shanna Armstrong has joined Elkhart-based The Tiedemann Group as accounting manager. She previously worked in accounting roles for several area companies for the past 12 years. Armstrong most recently worked for Midwest Automotive Designs LLC.

  • Goodwill Appoints Excel Center Director

    Goodwill LEADS Inc. has named Cindy Cavanaugh director of the Hammond Excel Center. She previously spent nine years with the School City of Hammond, serving as interim dean of students, a Training Accreditation Programme “TAP” mentor teacher and English Department chair.

  • RQAW Corp. Adds Two to Team

    RQAW Corp. has added Aaron Lawson as an environmental scientist. He has more than seven years of experience in the environmental science field. Also, the firm has named Chris Hathaway a project engineer for the firm’s water resources department. He has more than nine years of professional experience in water/wastewater hydraulic-model development, support for water distribution and wastewater collection system master planning and general water/wastewater design.

  • Downtown Indy Inc. Names Accounting Manager

    Downtown Indy Inc. has named Christy Gelback-Diaz accounting manager. She previously worked for Ivy Tech Community College as staff accountant of cash management and financial reporting.

  • La Porte Has Successor For Blair Milo

    The city of La Porte has a new mayor. Mark Krentz has taken over for Blair Milo, who was appointed by Governor Eric Holcomb to serve in the newly-created, cabinet level position of secretary of career connections and talent. Krentz most recently served as talent attraction coordinator for the Greater La Porte Economic Development Corp.

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      On the eve of Gen Con in Indianapolis, the Seattle-based organization has a new chief executive officer. Gaming industry veteran David Hoppe has been Gen Con LLC's president since May. He says he hopes the city will continue to be at the center of the group's activities, telling Inside INdiana Business, "The bedrock of what we do is what we do here in Indianapolis every year." Gen Con, which begins Thursday, is sold out and expected to draw more than 60,000 people.

    • Career Exploration Pilot Launches In 16 Middle Schools

      A new pilot program aimed at engaging eighth grade students in career readiness and job exploration has been launched in 16 Indiana middle schools.

    • State Debuts Initiative Targeting Skills Gap

      The newest cabinet member of the Eric Holcomb administration spent her first day with the governor in Clay County helping to launch an initiative focused on linking Hoosiers to higher-paying and higher-demand jobs. Former La Porte Mayor Blair Milo, who now serves as secretary of career connections and talent, says the Next Level Jobs initiative includes "two more tools in our toolbox" to help Hoosiers be successful in their careers.

    • Pan Am Games 30 Years Ago

      It was a sporting spectacle of a lifetime. 30 years ago Indianapolis hosted the Pan American Games, and the impact is still being felt. We’ll take a look back and also get perspective from Organizing Committee Chairman and CEO Ted Boehm.

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      It’s one of the largest data centers in the Midwest, and it just received the green light to host some very sensitive data, including top secret government information. Leadership from Lifeline Data Centers shares details on what it means.

    • Sycamore Winery Open for Business

      After years of planning, the first and only winery and tasting room in Vigo County is now open for business. The owners of the Sycamore Winery will share how their dream became a reality.

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      An Illinois-based shipping and logistics company has announced plans to relocate to Gary. HMD Trucking Inc. says it will invest nearly $6 million into a new headquarters, with plans to bring up to 500 jobs to Lake County by 2021. Founder Henry Malukas calls Gary a "perfect match" and cites several reasons for the move, including affordability to grow.

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