MILAN — Shareholders of Fiat Chrysler and PSA Peugeot decisively voted Monday to merge the U.S.-Italian and French carmakers to create world's 4th-largest auto company.
INDIANAPOLIS–SNAP recipients in Indiana now have a third option for using their Hoosier Works EBT cards to purchase groceries online for pickup or delivery: ALDI, working in partnership with Instacart, joins Amazon and Walmart, which were approved for online purchases earlier this year. SNAP…
CARROLL COUNTY, Ind. – The Carroll County Economic Development Corporation has named Jake Adams as its new Executive Director.
AndyMark, a Kokomo-based global robotic parts supply company, is receiving a loan from the city of Kokomo to help pay for new equipment and to retain and create jobs, as its business is trying to recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Starting a restaurant and ice cream store during social distancing restrictions isn’t something most people would consider.
White’s Meat Market has received up to $150,000 in grant funding as part of a push by the state to offset the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on local and small meat-processing agribusinesses.
Robb Blume, President and CEO of Community First Bank of Indiana, announced earlier this week the hiring of Jeff Nelson as vice president of commercial lender.
Solarize Indiana, a grassroots community group, will sponsor a Zoom meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 10,
Howard County still has one of the highest unemployment rates in the state.
Russiaville-based Stellhorn Tri-County Travel Trailers is planning on moving its operations to Kokomo at the old Kingsway Sports Academy location, but some neighbors have lined up against the move, arguing the business doesn’t mix well with the largely residential neighborhood.
A new commercial retail development is coming to Markland Avenue near Walmart.
Kokomo’s Pet Valu store is set to close just three years after opening inside the former Blockbuster video store at 609 N. Dixon Road.
A drug, alcohol and mental health rehabilitation facility is opening soon in downtown Kokomo.
When two guys from Forest, Indiana met when they were in the first grade, they probably didn't think their friendship would go on to help the environment. Their names are so interchangeable, Tyler Erickson and Tyler Eads, that people sometimes jokingly call the pair, "Tyler E."
Noble Roman’s is making a return to the City of Firsts.
Locast, the nonprofit local broadcast TV streaming service, is now delivering more than 40 local TV channels via the internet – for free – to those living in the Indianapolis TV market, including Kokomo area.
Dan’s Variety Bakery will be able to add additional parking after the Kokomo City Council approved a rezoning effort.
AMBOY – Rachel Boyer was looking for a local supplier to add farm-fresh eggs to the inventory at her shop, Rachel’s Taste of Indiana, a local food and goods store in Converse.
Just a few months ago, area farmers were expecting one of the worst harvests in years. Corn and soybean prices had plummeted, and a prolonged drought in August threatened to seriously stifle yields.
TIPTON – The city of Tipton will move forward with expanding its business park after receiving financial support from the county after nearly three months of deliberation.
Apple unveiled four new iPhones equipped with technology for use with faster new 5G wireless networks.
WASHINGTON — The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits declined last week to a still-high 837,000, evidence that the economy is struggling to sustain a tentative recovery that began this summer.
Moore’s Pie Shop, a staple of Kokomo since the end of World War II, closes Wednesday.