If the numbers from the first month of live table games are any indication, officials at Harrah’s Hoosier Park Racing & Casino are upbeat about the future of the facility’s newest entertainment enterprise with good reason.
The shooting death of her son left Sandy Stapleton grieving, but when she began seeking support groups, she found none in Anderson that worked specifically with families and friends of gun violence victims.
As cities across the country grapple with the question of attracting and keeping companies that pay competitive wages and, in turn, attract workers who will spend money and pay taxes to allow local economies to thrive, economic development officials are recognizing that their missions must take a more holistic approach.
Despite the recent departure of Alexandria's economic development director and a new person occupying the mayor’s office, the city’s efforts to populate its business park remain unhampered, officials say.
Across the area, last-minute Valentine’s shoppers thronged candy stores, florists and other businesses looking for that perfect way to tell that special someone, “I love you.”
Madison County’s involvement in a statewide program to spotlight some of Indiana’s lesser known destinations was detailed Thursday at the Anderson Madison County Visitors Bureau’s annual luncheon.
When teens from all corners of Madison County flock to the Millcreek Civic Center in Chesterfield next Saturday, it will represent the culmination of eight months of work for students involved in the Youth Leadership Academy’s annual fundraising efforts.
From left, Marcy Fry, executive director of the Elwood Chamber of Commerce; Theresa Mangas; and board member Tom Austin pose after Mangas was …