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- Senior housing sought for Madison Park A senior housing development proposed almost six months ago for the Madison Park Church of God property is now moving forward.
- Jesse Wilkerson: Unplug to reconnect I am inspired and influenced by people in our community who are creating a legacy of service. These people have disconnected long enough to realize there is more to their life than their job or personal success.
Brouhaha over cold beer
Warm beer lines the shelves inside the Ricker’s BP on Eighth Street less than a foot from a refrigerated section, but the convenience store is not planning to move the beer anytime soon. That’s because a state law prohibits Ricker’s from selling cold beer to customers.
- Business Profile: Cycle shop owners fix-ated on power sport equipment When Mark Hains and Michael Palmieri opened a service and repair shop for power sport equipment, they were prepared to heavily invest in their dreams.
- Business People: July 20 A compilation of news items featuring members of the Madison County business community.
- 'Big Joe' Clark: Who’s helping support the U.S. housing market? Recently we have heard chatter of foreign investment in our country and that seems to concern inquiring minds. Apparently some minds are especially concerned when the buyers are from China.
- Inventory, prices down, sales up in monthly housing report Standing in his new backyard, Adam Souder said his first home is a big improvement over his former rental. “We have more room than we know what to do with it,” he said.
Sessions planned to discuss Mounds Lake project
Public meetings to discuss Phase II feasibility findings for the proposed Mounds Lake Reservoir will be held in four central Indiana communities next month.
Judge denies plan to turn fairway into farmland
Judge Angela Warner Sims ruled in favor of Alexandria's Board of Zoning Appeals denying Dale Rinker's appeal to turn the former Yule Golf Course into farmland.
- Veterans can sign up for free discount card The Madison County recorder’s office, in partnership with Fidlar Technologies, has announced a new service for veterans, known as Honor Rewards.
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