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Beauty box provides products to make your own products

By Demi Vaughn MEET VICTORIA DAVIS. she’s the founder and creator of Make it Classy, a do-it-yourself (DIY) beauty box for women from all backgrounds and ethnicities. Davis developed the idea based on the high demand for cleaner and sustaina...

5 Hoosier-made items

Started by Lawrence and Mary Tippmann in Fort Wayne, American Spice makes a variety of seasonings, mixes, oils, snacks and herbs. Each spice has a certain color and texture. The Tippmanns even sell powders with flavors such as whole milk, lemon ...

Plainfield: A vibrant town named after its “plain” settlers

By Ben Lashar LOCATED IN HENDRICKS COUNTY, THE EARLY settlers of Plainfield were largely Quakers. The Quakers would prove to have a long-lasting impact on the town as the name “Plainfield” came from the residents’ “plain” Quaker ...

Board Room Briefs

Ironworks Hotel Indy gets AAA rating Ironworks Hotel Indy, the first boutique hotel on Indianapolis’ north side, has earned the AAA Four Diamond Rating for the first time since opening in 2017. Ironworks Hotel Indy is the eleventh in Indiana ...

Diversifying the tax industry

By Brittany Sabalza EVERY YEAR, MILLIONS OF TAXPAYERS FILE their income tax returns, as a civil and legal obligation. Though taxes are a big headache, income taxes are very necessary. The roads, schools, even federal, state and local governments ...

Boardroom Briefs

Horizon Bank donates to women’s shelter Horizon Bank in Michigan City donated $7,500 to Stepping Stone Shelter for Women, an emergency shelter for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence or sexual assault. The shelter ...

Hoosier made

By Jaylon Jones Henry Bohman began beekeeping as a way to replace sugar, which was rationed during World War II. In the mid-1980s, Bohman’s bees died, and the Bohmans quit the beekeeping business for 25 years until Henry’s son Joe started ...

Coding boot camps: skills for today and tomorrow

By Ben Lashar WHETHER YOU’RE A HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT trying to determine your next move, an adult looking to change careers, or you want to update your skills — or you’re a parent who wants to prepare your student for the future job market ...

Minority-owned business shares benefits of cbd oil

By Sarah Jameson Felder A DESIRE TO DITCH THE prescription medications Amy Sawyer used since childhood because of the side effects the medicine caused led her to herbalism. After studying herbalism for 10 years, a friend suggested she try CBD ...

Up the Ladder

Sherry Aaholm, vice president and chief information officer at Cummins, was named chair of the board of directors for TechPoint, a nonprofit, industry-led growth initiative for Indiana’s technology eco-system. After serving as executive vice ...