An expansion of operations and new jobs are coming to the Frito-Lay plant in Frankfort. Frito-Lay parent PepsiCo Inc (Nasdaq: PEP) says it will invest $60 million in the facility and add 50 jobs, which brings the total investment in the plant to more than $230 million over the last two years.
A new study found every 70 households evicted during the pandemic corresponded with at least one additional coronavirus death.
The Frankfort Redevelopment Commission and the city of Frankfort have created a forgivable loan program to provide financial relief for small businesses.
No arrests have been made at this time.
She has served as Frankfort clerk-treasurer for the past 12 years.
A manufacturer of track and field equipment is growing in Clinton County.
PepsiCo, the parent of Frito-Lay, said it will invest $70 million in the existing plant, adding a new snack line and expanding a warehouse.
The mother and her children have been missing since Dec. 23.
Crews responded to 50 W. Washington St. just after 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Indiana State Police said an autopsy will be conducted Wednesday to identify the body and attempt to determine the cause of death.