Department of Education to Launch New App

The Indiana Department of Education will launch its own free mobile app in May. David Galvin from the IDOE and N2N Services CEO Kiran Kodithala say the app is a communications tool focusing on getting information out to students’ parents.

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National Spotlight to Shine on Newburgh

National Spotlight to Shine on Newburgh

Thousands of golf fans are expected to attend this week's United Leasing Championship at Victoria National Golf Club in Newburgh. This is the fourth year for the tournament, which is part of the Tour. Victoria National General Manager Stev...


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Legislators Debate Board of Ed Power Shift

Discussion continues at the Statehouse over a bill that would reshape the leadership of the Indiana State Board of Education. Under Senate Bill 1, the chair position would be selected by the board. Proposed changes issued Monday in a conference c...

Eastern Indiana Company Adding Jobs

Shirley-based Tech Castings LLC has announced plans to expand its operations and add more than 40 jobs by 2019. The turbine engine components manufacturer says the positions will pay an average of more than $18 per hour.

Pence to Lead Jobs Mission to China

Governor Mike Pence will leave next week for an economic development mission to China. He will lead a group of Indiana business leaders on the trip that will include meetings with Chinese companies, government leaders and potential investors.

Diversity List Includes Hoosier Companies

A national list recognizing corporate diversity practices includes three companies based in Indiana. This year's DiversityInc. Top 50 list surveyed 1,600 companies.


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Paper Piled Up: Toss or Keep?

Are your files bulging with important tax documents, monthly statements, and paid bills? Before you become overwhelmed by the urge to pull and dump, review the guidelines regarding how long to maintain your important records.

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