Oliver Winery & Vineyards announces partnership with a NY private equity firm

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) -- A New York-based private [...]

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NSWC Crane names first female technical director

Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division has named Dr. Angie Lewis as its new technical director, which makes her the first female to hold the position. Lewis will serve as senior civilian at Crane, which has more than 3,800 military and government civilians supporting the Navy's acquisition engineering and technical support.

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Indiana eyes tougher penalties for theft of catalytic converters from vehicles

Senate Bill 167 would make every theft of a catalytic converter a felony with prison time on the table.

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Ohio Department of Job and Family Services scam crosses into Indiana

Getting answers from Ohio has proven difficult, so an Indiana man filed an identity theft report with the local police.

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Muncie to turn former GM site into solar field

The city of Muncie has announced plans to acquire a 53-acre portion of the former General Motors Manual Transmission plant property from Michigan-based RACER Trust.

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Center of Workforce Innovations names CEO

The board of directors for the Center of Workforce Innovations in Valparaiso has selected Lisa Daugherty as the organization's next president and chief executive officer. Daugherty succeeds Linda Woloshansky, who announced her retirement after 20 years leading the nonprofit.

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