• Updated

INDIANAPOLIS — Wetlands legislation that had seen compromises added that were favorable to environmental groups ended up passing Tuesday with those changes stripped, providing little protection to Indiana classified wetlands.

  • Updated

NORTHBROOK, Ill., April 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Hilco Real Estate LLC announces the bid deadline of Thursday, May 27 for a former Irish pub located at 3835 E. 96th Street in Carmel, Indiana. Built in 2003, the restaurant is 8,545 square feet and sits on a 1.98-acre lot with 137 parking spaces. All furniture, fixtures and equipment are included with the sale, offering a turnkey opportunity in a growing suburb of Indianapolis.

WESTFIELD, Ind., April 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- ADDMAN Engineering group, an American Industrial Partners company, has closed on its acquisition of 3rd Dimension Industrial Printing (Westfield, IN). 3rd Dimension is a premier provider of metal Additive Manufacturing and CNC engineered solutions. With this acquisition, ADDMAN adds a wide range of metal printing capabilities as well as traditional subtractive processes. This will be ADDMAN's second Additive Manufacturing location in addition to the headquarters and innovation center in Bonita Springs, FL.

MINNEAPOLIS — Brooklyn Center police Chief Tim Gannon and Kimberly Potter, the police officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright during a traffic stop on Sunday, have both resigned from the department. Mayor Mike Elliott announced the chief's resignation during a news conference at City Hall on Tuesday afternoon. In a letter to city officials earlier in the day, Potter wrote that she was resigning ...

Gloria Henry, the effervescent mother on the television series “Dennis the Menace” who patiently rolled with her son’s well-meaning but mischievous antics, has died at her home in Los Angeles. Henry, who was 98 when she died April 3, had a long film and television career and later in life was instrumental in bringing attention and much-needed money to help fund and grow educational programs at ...

Federal health officials urged vaccination centers across the country on Tuesday to pause their use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine after six women — one of whom died and another who is in critical condition — developed blood clots within two weeks of vaccination. Members of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have said the condition, ...