Business


The Cintas Building

Cintas Building Purchased for Community Collaboration

By Terry Whitt Bailey The Cintas building has a new owner. The building which sits adjacent to Muncie’s core downtown district is now owned and operated by Sustainable Muncie Corporation, a non-profit entity organized to focus on the economic development of Muncie. This Cintas program is focused to attract and…


Heartland Business Center Means Big Business

The Heartland Business Center just off I-69 near Daleville has had a most interesting economic development metamorphosis. The massive 220,000 square-foot building was the former home of an outlet mall.
Two decades later, more than 700 people drive there every day, not to shop, but to work at cutting-edge businesses like…


The Big LeBowski Deluxe Burger

“Good On the Inside Cafe.” Fresh Eats Help Local Schools

By: Mike Rhodes— Nestled on the west corner of building #4 of the Heartland Business Center in Daleville, you’ll find a small take-out restaurant named Good on the Inside. It’s all good. And fresh. And made to order. Good on the Inside is owned by Ken and Sylvia Hudson.  They’ve been at…


Indiana Retains A-Level Performance in Advanced Manufacturing

Indiana is among the nation’s elite in manufacturing, logistics, tax climate and global reach, says a new report from Ball State University and Conexus Indiana. The 2015 Manufacturing and Logistics Report Card, issued by Conexus Indiana, the state’s advanced manufacturing and logistics initiative, and Ball State’s Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER), found that…


Goals and Facts: The ARC of Indiana

The Arc strives to empower people and inspire change in many ways – including expanding employment opportunities for people with disabilities. We not only advocate for change – we are working to be part of that change by developing a training institute and teaching hotel in Muncie, Indiana. After receiving training…


Inaugural Morry Mannies Radio Scholarships Announced

J Chapman Brings Woof Boom to Muncie

With deep roots in Indiana, veteran radio broadcaster Jerry “J” Chapman is moving back to the Hoosier state and plans to return a network of six east central Indiana radio stations to local control by later this summer. A group of local investors, headed by Chapman, have formed Woof Boom…