SHELBURN, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) - The town of Shelburn has demolished two dilapidated properties as part of an ongoing effort to revitalize its downtown.
Ninety employees from Carlisle Mine in Sullivan County have been laid-off as the company temporarily idles production.
A new hotel could be coming to downtown Sullivan. The proposed project would tout 43,197 square feet, 4 stories, space for 359 occupants and 20 full-time jobs.
The town of Shelburn is rolling out a revamped brand, Simply Shelburn. The Sullivan County town is also launching a website and Facebook page as part of the rebrand.
The city of Sullivan has received $20,000 from the Sullivan County Community Foundation. The city will use the funding to build an aquatic feature in its central plaza, which it says is one of many new downtown developments.
The city of Sullivan has received $325,000 in a lawsuit settlement with Floyd-Hunter Environmental LLP.
Hamilton County was the first, Sullivan County the last.
Sheriff Clark Cottom said the single-vehicle crash occurred shortly after 2 p.m. on a county road about 15 miles south of Terre Haute.
65-year-old Bradley Wilson was removing a log from a wooded area.
Conservation officers transported the raccoons to an animal rehabilitation center.