eBay store finds bigger location
Kris Campbell and Sean Quartermus’ store has combined old belongings with a modern concept.
Finding their niche
WINDFALL — Opening a small business is always a risk, but Bill Anderson believes that Maggie’s Diner in Windfall has turned the corner.
Electronic cigarette store opens
Gums and patches weren’t working for Paula Glover.
The Kokomo resident kept trying to cut back on her more than 30-year smoking habit, but nothing worked.
Kokomo Gas, NIPSCO merger OK’d by consumer counselor
The consolidation of Kokomo Gas & Fuel into a larger sister company has received support from a state legal representative for consumers.
Delphi readies drivers for statewide texting bans
A possible statewide cell phone restriction, combined with similar laws in 30 other states, could create a better market for Delphi Electronics & Safety.
St. Joseph a ‘Best Place to Work’
St. Joseph Hospital and Edward Jones, which has offices in Kokomo, have ranked as Indiana Chamber of Commerce "Best Places to Work in Indiana."
Worker program shrinking
After 12 years working at Chrysler Group LLC’s Kokomo Transmission Plant, Monte Hall was out of a job.
He took a buyout in April 2009, a time when Kokomo’s largest employer was undergoing bankruptcy proceedings.
It doesn’t matter if it is an antique Coca-Cola machine or an equally old hearse, Danny Miller says he has the technology to blast off the rust, paint, dust or anything else that needs removal.
Pain at the pump
Gas prices that hovered around $3.15 per gallon last week, with expectations that they will pass $4 this year, could prompt some painstaking changes in the industry that supports Kokomo’s economy.
There’s no reason why sports bars have to be all about the 21-and-older crowd.
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