Developer receives OK for growth of logistics park in Whiteland

The Mohr Logistics Park in Whiteland continues to grow.

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Sheriff: ‘Sad to see only 58 inmates’ of 340 wanted COVID-19 vaccination

"I was sad to see that just only 58 inmates this morning took that shot," Johnson County Sheriff Duane Burgess said.

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Johnson County follows governor’s lead, changing mask mandate to advisory

Health leaders in Johnson County say they will follow Governor Holcomb's lead in changing the mask mandate to an advisory on April 6.

By |2021-03-26T06:20:36-04:003 weeks ago|Coronavirus, Local, News|Comments Off on Johnson County follows governor’s lead, changing mask mandate to advisory

Construction on spec logistics building begins in Franklin

FRANKLIN, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) -- Indianapolis-based GDI Companies has [...]

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Greenwood moves forward on $83M redevelopment project

The Greenwood Redevelopment Commission has approved a project agreement for the redevelopment of the city's former middle school property.

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Orthodontics component supplier looking to stay in Franklin

An orthodontics components manufacturer is looking to expand in Johnson County.

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Mitsubishi Ceasing Climate Control Operation in Franklin

Tokyo-based Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. is planning to close its facility in Franklin less than six years after it opened.

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