The requirement that alcohol permit holders live in the state where they do business is based on the simple notion that neighbors care more about the well-being of their communities than out-of-towners do.
Indiana courts planning for final phase of electronic filing rollout
Church rolls out massive effort to transform battered section of city
Just one day after Indianapolis scooter riders were warned that they would no longer be permitted to scoot on sidewalks, a man broke that rule and nearly broke his neck.
Indianapolis-based Contour Hardening Inc., a small manufacturer in the niche metal heat-treating industry, has a new CEO, a new outlook and big plans to more than triple annual revenue in five years.
At any time during the week, members of the public, pro se litigants and attorneys find their way into the Evansville public law library and quickly turn a quiet day into a busy one.
In today’s legal market, lawyers are forced to expend significant effort on business development.
When Ryan King joined Indy Reads as CEO in fall 2016, he inherited an organization that was well-respected in the Indianapolis community — but needed some tender loving care.
City plans cultural district as a way to draw visitors
Central Indiana faces a deficit of good-paying, middle-class jobs — especially for people without college degrees, according to a new report from the Brookings Institution.