The local income tax a Fishers resident pays does not actually go to the city of Fishers. Neither does the tax paid by a Carmel resident go to Carmel. At least not directly.
In the past, the tax protest process at the Indiana Department of Revenue has been synonymous with words like “slow,” “tedious” and “unfair.”
The explosive growth in craft breweries is starting to slow in Indiana, and a smattering of players have gone out of business.
Build enough buildings and it’s almost guaranteed two things will eventually happen
More than 75 years ago, the United States government built a series of prefabricated homes in Charlestown, Indiana to provide housing for military employees who worked at the nearby Indiana Army Ammunition Plant.
The special presentation commemorating 30 years of continuing legal education in Indiana relied on a format that, according to some participants, is already outdated and should be abandoned long before the 60-year celebration.
St. Vincent’s new “neighborhood hospitals” are so small you could build three of them side by side on a football field with enough room left over to park a dozen ambulances.
The Guaranty Building on Monument Circle for years was known as the home of one of the city’s top tech companies — first ExactTarget Inc. and then later Salesforce.com Inc., which gobbled up the former in 2013.
Trucking giant Celadon is in retreat — canceling its $28 million headquarters in Mount Comfort, selling off its flatbed unit, and outsourcing its driver schools — so it can refocus on its core business just as the industry is expected to boom.
In 2003, the National Football League established a policy requiring all teams to interview at least one minority candidate for high-level coaching and team operations jobs.