Business

State panel OKs nearly $300M in IEDC incentives, LEAP enhancements

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By Peter Blanchard | Indianapolis Business Journal

Hope council rejects proposed combo dollar store development

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HOPE – Bowing to public pressure and a unfavorable recommendation from the town’s Planning Commission, the Hope Town Council denied a rezoning request to allow a Dollar Tree and Family Dollar combo store at the corner of Main and South streets.

450 North Brewing Company presents spirit distillery

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450 North Brewing Company and Simmons Winery recently launched 450 North Spirits in Bartholomew County.

Hoosier native revealed superpower of ‘Simple Man’ lifestyle

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Geoffrey Lincoln Holt was born in 1941 in Indianapolis, and passed away this June at 82. By all accounts, Holt lived an unremarkable and anonymous life. A dyslexic, he graduated from the former Marlboro (Vermont) College in 1963 and joined the Navy. After serving his country, he earned a master’s degree from American International College and briefly taught high school social studies and drivers’ education.

How to manage financial stress during the holidays

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This year feels as though the holiday hype will be around longer. When I was much younger, the Christmas season didn’t start until after Thanksgiving. This year, holiday decorations and sales were taking place before Halloween.

Hackman elected association officer

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INDIANAPOLIS – Barbara Hackman, Bartholomew County treasurer, was elected Second Vice President of the Association of Indiana Counties (AIC) board of directors. She began her term on Nov. 1. Board elections were held during the AIC’s 65th Annual Conference in Orange County.

First Financial donates $47,500 to local nonprofits

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First Financial Bank and the First Financial Foundation have provided $47,500 in grants to organizations in the Columbus area, teaming up with community groups to create positive change in the areas of workforce development and education, and neighborhood development, with a particular emphasis on low-income communities.

Denniston receives CPA license

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FISHERS — Whitinger & Company LLC has announced that accountants Dane Denniston and Austin Lawrence recently received their CPA licenses.

Free networking sessions to focus on local, state entrepreneurs

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A free event in downtown Columbus will connect local businesspeople and entrepreneurs in networking sessions and “fireside chats” and will also highlight some statewide business success stories.

Two join local real estate firm

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Weichert affiliated offices in the Columbus area have recently added personnel to their team.