HOLLY SPRINGS — It was standing room only at the Thursday meeting of the Planning and Zoning Commission where members approved a 51-acre rezoning for the purpose of building 170 single-family houses off Payne Road behind the Riverside subdivision.
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Just shy of a month ago, the Richmond City Commission voted to approve an order that would potentially expand Gill Industries Inc. through a grant tax incentive program by 30 to 40 jobs. Tuesday night, they approved a similar order, but this was for Project Red Zone, a company within an existing manufacturing facility in Richmond.
INDIANAPOLIS — The battle over how Indiana should spend about $34.6 billion in taxpayer funds over the next two years can begin in earnest after the Senate voted 40-8 Tuesday to approve its state budget proposal.
INDIANAPOLIS — The work of the Indiana General Assembly begins in earnest this week as lawmakers approach Thursday's deadline for filing legislative proposals, and House and Senate committees begin meeting to evaluate them.
Those expecting to attend a public hearing at Richmond's Planning and Zoning commission meeting for zone changes on properties on Anna Hume Boulevard and Four Mile Road were disappointed or happily surprised, depending on their persuasion, after it was postponed until October.
INDIANAPOLIS — The parent company of Hammond's Horseshoe Casino and Horseshoe Southern Indiana is close to winning state regulatory approval to purchase the two horse racing tracks and their adjacent casinos, known as racinos, located in central Indiana.
Richmond will soon have a new subdivision, the first phase of which had approval of its final plat Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS — U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., is expanding his ongoing efforts to eliminate military suicide by working with U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, to advance an innovative idea for reducing suicide in America generally.
INDIANAPOLIS — The first legislative proposal sponsored by state Sen. Eddie Melton, D-Merrillville, is now Indiana law.