Inside INdiana Business

2014-03-26T00:00:00Z Inside INdiana BusinessGerry Dick Times Columnist
March 26, 2014 12:00 am  • 

RV maker continuing to expand

Elkhart County-based Grand Design RV says increased demand is prompting the company to open a third facility in Middlebury and add more than 60 employees. It also expects to open another production line by the end of the year.

Companies looking to grow in Kendallville

Two manufacturers are planning to expand in Kendallville. The News Sun reports Ashley Industrial Molding Inc. and Hendrickson Truck Suspension could create a combined two dozen jobs.

Officials unveil design for planned airport art

Keep Evansville Beautiful and Evansville Regional Airport officials have announced the winner of a contest to design an airport entrance sculpture. Oakland City artist Bob Zasadny has been selected for his work titled "Aerial Beauty." Our partners at Eyewitness News in Evansville report the project needs more funding.

Franchitti to pace Indy 500 field

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway says three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti will drive the pace car for the 98th running of the "Greatest Spectacle in Racing." Franchitti's INDYCAR career ended in October after a crash in Houston.

IU researcher lands federal grant

An Indiana University computer scientist has received a $1.4 million grant from a U.S. Department of Defense agency. Ken Shan will use the funding on research designed to make machine learning technology applicable to different types of data.

Basketball tournament coming to Valpo

A basketball tournament this week is expected to draw thousands to the Valparaiso area. The South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority estimates the Lutheran Basketball Association of America's national tournament will generate $625,000 for the local economy.

Lake City Bank announces new CFO

Warsaw-based Lakeland Financial Corp., which is the parent of Lake City Bank, has named Lisa O'Neill chief financial officer. She will succeed David Findlay, who is being promoted to chief executive officer.

IU Arnett appoints new foundation director

Indiana University Health Arnett has named Pamela Dexter director of its foundation. She previously served as director of development for the Purdue University College of Health and Human Sciences.

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