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Love note: Nothing to hate about truck stop
A detailed presentation by Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores executives about the company’s truck stop plans at Interstate 69 and Indiana 13 Thursday night seemed to calm some — but not all — of the concerns Summerlake residents have about the project.
Love’s truck stop to be subject of public meeting tonight in Summerlake
Representatives from Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores are scheduled to meet with Summerlake residents tonight to hear their concerns about the proposed truck stop at Interstate 69 and Indiana 13.
Ricker’s kicks off new campaign to support Wounded Warrior
Wounded Warrior Tim Senkowski and family members were joined by a very colorful character Wednesday at Ricker's to kick off a new campaign to raise funds for their home.
Hamburger High to close again
After less than two months, Hamburger High is closing again.
Anderson plans bond sale to provide business incentives
The Anderson Redevelopment Commission plans to sell approximately $5.64 million in bonds so money is available to hook other businesses like Greenville Technologies Inc. and Hy-Pro Filtration.
History by the Barrel highlights Alexandria heritage
Alexandria calls itself a community in motion. It will be all that on Saturday when local businesses, organizations and individuals chip in to spruce things up around town during the annual CARE Day.
Meridian Pay Less adding fuel center
The Pay Less grocery store at 3050 Meridian St. is adding a new Kroger fuel center.
Convenience stores sue for right to sell cold beer
Indiana gas stations and convenience store owners want the federal courts to overturn a state law that bans them from selling cold beer.
Elwood’s Cattail Estates has new owners
Cattail Estates, a residential development surrounding part of Cattails Golf Club in Elwood, has been sold.
Emmett Dulaney: Micro lending strives for big heights
Every now and then, a topic will come along that you hear a great deal about but don’t really understand what it is. In the world of IT, for example, “cloud computing” could fall into this category since everyone talks about it but the definition of what it actually is changes to fit whoever has something to peddle at the moment. Similarly, around central Indiana the Microloan Program is something that I have heard a great deal about, but have had difficulty fully understanding exactly what it is.
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