Jamie Little and Cody Selman, a Carmel-based couple with ties to Zionsville, met when they were both working in professional auto racing. Now they are embarking on a new adventure together as local owners of the latest Nothing Bundt Cakes bakery that opened on Keystone Crossing Nov. 13.

WYN Industries Inc, a family owned, 40-year-old manufacturing company, has made the move from northwest Indianapolis into a larger building in Whitestown. The change was effective, Monday, Dec. 3.

International Chiropractors Association of Indiana board member, Dr. Gerald Whalen of Zionsville Holistic Chiropractic & Wellness Center, 1620 W. Oak St., Ste 100, Zionsville, was recently elected to a two year term to the office of 2nd Vice-President. The purposes for which the Internat…

As part of efforts to bring dedicated fiber optic, high-speed internet, no contracts and competitive pricing to Zionsville, MetroNet Inc. recently announced it is beginning to schedule installations for residents and businesses. MetroNet Inc. offers diversity by directly connecting residents…

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When Marsh Supermarkets closed in 2017, Joellen Maker's alternative was to work at another grocery store or open her own business. She chose the latter, creating From Bud to Blooms, and now she's incorporating another floral business.

The Indiana Economic Development Commission is now accepting nominations for the Governor’s Century and Half Century Business Awards. These awards honor Indiana businesses that have shown longevity as well as a dedication to serving their communities.

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ZIONSVILLE — As of 8 a.m. Thursday, the long awaited Kroger, replacing Marsh in the Boone Village Shopping Center, 5 Boone Village, had opened its doors to eager and relieved customers.

Down one of the 10 store aisles in Pet Supplies Plus, two women stood, one using elaborate hand gestures, the other gently swaying and clutching a sleeping black miniature dachshund, a short-legged and relatively long-bodied puppy.

Down one of the 10 store aisles in Pet Supplies Plus, two women stood, one using elaborate hand gestures, the other gently swaying and clutching a sleeping black miniature dachshund, a short-legged and relatively long-bodied puppy.

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