Even though Indiana casinos only were open in June for half the month, they did 58% of the business as the full month of operations in June 2019.
GLENVIEW, Ill., July 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Reedy Industries, a leader in commercial and industrial HVAC, plumbing and building controls services, has acquired Arctic Engineering out of Merrillville, Indiana. With this acquisition, Reedy Industries expands their services footprint more deeply into Indiana and within their core end markets.
Hammond's Horseshoe Casino could be sold to a new operator by the end of the year as a result of the acquisition of the Horseshoe's parent company by Eldorado Resorts Inc.
(The Center Square) – Embattled Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill won't be the state Republican's nominee for the seat after convention delegates chose to send former U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita to the ballot in November.
FORT WAYNE, Ind., July 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Steel Dynamics, Inc. (NASDAQ/GS: STLD), one of the largest domestic steel producers and metals recyclers in the United States, today announced it intends to release second quarter 2020 financial results after market close on Monday, July 20, 2020. The teleconference is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time on Tuesday, July 21, 2020 and will be hosted by Mark D. Millett, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Theresa E. Wagler, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.
The following athletes were recently selected to the Wabash River Conference All-Conferences Teams:
Attica hosted 1A Sectional 54 and the Red Ramblers drew North Vermillion in the bottom of the bracket meaning the two teams would meet as the second game of the opening night.
Covington had faced Lafayette Central Catholic in boys’ basketball twice in the last 27 years and both of those contests were losses.
Covington captured their fifth sectional in a row on Saturday by defeating Clinton Central 68-39 after reaching the finals with a 67-33 over Faith Christian.
You finally made it through college and graduated with a degree, a new set of friends, great memories, and most likely a significant amount of student loan debt. How can you manage paying such a substantial debt on a starting salary (assuming you were fortunate enough to find a job at all)? It is not easy, but by following some simple rules, you can increase your chances of successful student loan repayment.
Consider the following dos and don'ts of managing your student loan:
1. Don't Splurge on Spending – It's tempting to take that first paycheck and splurge on some of the things you've always wanted and can now afford. Resist that urge and make it a priority to pay down debt. Devote at least the minimum payment amount to your student loan payments — and, if you can afford it, consider paying ahead to knock down th...
Procrastinator alert: your taxes are due! If you are nowhere near ready as the scary deadline approaches, you may file an extension with the IRS that gives you up to six more months to file your taxes. Filing an extension will spare you from late filing penalties — 5% of the amount of tax you owe for each month or partial month past the deadline. The extension is automatic — you do not have to send any justification or reasoning like "I have 5,000 wadded-up receipts crammed in a shoebox."
The IRS and Treasury Department have extended the 2020 tax filing and payment deadline from April 15th to July 15th, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
To file an extension, fill out IRS Form 4868, "Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File U.S. Individual Tax Return" and subm...
Most people say they plan for retirement, but they are really planning for financial independence. The day you achieve financial independence is a great day – you have accumulated enough wealth to not have to work again, and will be able to retire whenever you choose. (We use the word "day" symbolically; as a practical matter, your financial independence is likely to arrive more gradually.)
How do you plan for financial independence? Here are seven simple steps to follow.
Set A Target Date and Plan Accordingly – Decide when you want to achieve financial independence, and use online calculators to help you run different scenarios based on that date. This will help you plan your savings and investment needs.
Spend Wisely – Being frugal is not being a cheapskate. Cheapskates will not pay for anything. Frugal people will pay for value. If it doesn't bring you value – and that could be emotional enjoyment as well as financi...
June 28 is National Insurance Awareness Day. Is it a coincidence that less than a week later, we celebrate Independence Day with lots of explosives in untrained hands? Americans spent a record $945 million on fireworks in 2018, according to the American Pyrotechnics Association (APA).
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many professional fireworks displays to be cancelled, resulting in even more potentially dangerous at-home fireworks shows. Perhaps it's time to brush up on your knowledge of fireworks safety and how potential damage or injury could be covered by your insurance policies.
For many Americans, the Fourth of July holiday means cookouts, family get-togethers, and a nighttime fireworks show. If you are putting on your own fireworks display for your family, friends and neighbors, your first thought should be about safety. Your second thought might well be about insurance.
In general, fireworks affect two different policies – your Five Fun Financial Facts: 4th of July - #1 of 5
Thinking about taking some personal time off this summer? It might look and feel a bit different this year in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic. But that doesn’t mean that plans to unwind, de-stress and detach from work-related responsibilities have to be canceled altogether. Learn ways to decompress and avoid stress while taking PTO.
Call it a discovery of the obvious or a service hidden in plain sight.
Summer is back, and while the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted the cancellation of festivals, concerts and other large gatherings, people who enjoy being among nature are enjoying the outdoors. Given social distancing and other public health safety measures that are still in place across much of the country —particularly large, urban areas — hiking, camping and fishing can be great ways to pass the time and still be safe.
The question of how much liquid to consume daily basis has no simple answer. Several studies have shown differing recommendations. However, specific fluid needs depend on several factors, which include overall health, location and even level of activeness. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach, but knowing more about the body’s need for liquids can help in estimating how much ought to be sipped up.
To say the Allegheny County Schools Health Insurance Consortium’s website was in need of an upgrade prior to its March 2020 relaunch would be an understatement.
TAMPA, Fla. - Steven Stamkos is injured. Again. The Lightning's captain had recovered from core muscle surgery in early March and had been part of voluntary on-ice workout sessions during the league's coronavirus shutdown. He suffered a leg injury during those workouts and will not be a full participant when training camp opens Monday, general manager Julien BriseBois said Saturday. BriseBois ...
WASHINGTON - Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Saturday defended the investigation into Russian election interference and said Roger Stone "remains a convicted felon, and rightly so." The rare public comments by Mueller came a day after President Donald Trump commuted the 40-month sentence handed down to Stone, days before the longtime political operative and friend of the president was ...
BELGRADE, Serbia - The area in front of the Serbian parliament resembled a war zone on three of four nights of protests against Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic this week, but Saturday evening was calmer. Around 500 to 1,000 people were dispersed over the eight lanes of the street in front, as well as the broad pavements and the park across the street. Many were seated. Another regular ...
ADAMSVILLE, Ohio - For eight nights in May, Doug Yeary II stayed up heating diesel-fueled smudge pots while two enormous wind machines circulated heat to keep branches from freezing in his family's apple and peach orchards. It's been 10 to 15 years since Yeary and his family had to go to such laborious efforts. A typical year might require two nights of heating, but not eight. "It's not ...