- Annual Report: Business & Industry
Local farmers number below national average
Brian Shuter has a legacy he wants to pass on to his two young children when they get older. It’s the same legacy that was passed on to him by his father, and by his grandfather and great-grandfather before him.
Clara Joan Swisher and her husband plan to stay on their farm
In addition to the normal tasks of caring for her four daughters and three sons, keeping house, doing laundry and cooking meals, Clara Joan Swisher tended the 116-acre farm she and her husband owned while he went to work at the Delco Remy plant.
County looking at sellers' market for real estate
Despite lingering foreclosures, the real estate market continues to entice and benefit those looking to purchase a new home.
Broken neck leads to real estate career
Ted Moss used his time recovering from a broken neck to embark on a new career as a real estate agent. The Prudential Realtor is also the secretary and treasurer for the Anderson Madison County Association of Realtors (AMCAR)
County firmly established itself as a tourist destination in '10
The Colts' training camp at Anderson University drew 80,000 people and Hoosier Park Racing & Casino, now in its third full year, racked up three million visits.
County farmers surprised by crop yields
Although wet spring weather lead to a dry summer in 2010, Madison County farmers say crop yields were relatively good.
Looking for a normal year in real estate
Between “incredibly low” interest rates and prices, there are a lot of compelling reasons to buy a house, according to local realtor Jada Sparks.
I-69 provides versatility for county businesses
Only 22 miles from Indianapolis’ I-465 beltway, Anderson is a logistical dream for companies that can’t find or can’t afford property downtown.
Pellegrino sees slow recovery
Sam Pellegrino, vice president of commercial lending at MainSource Bank’s Anderson branches, says the economic recovery has restored mortgage and commercial lending, but left consumer loans in the dust.
Living it up in the city's downtown
Downtown living is getting a makeover, led by the renovation of a former senior citizen apartment building into trendy condos with an affordable price tag.
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