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Upland: Home of Taylor University

By Jaylon Jones THE HOME OF TAYLOR University, Upland, a small town located in Grant County was founded when speculator John Oswalt purchased 2,240 acres in Jefferson Township in the early 1830s. Oswalt purchased the land anticipating that a ...

Zionsville

By Jaylon Jones Named after William Zion, a businessman and mercantile owner, Zionsville was heralded for its land resources by early settlers. Zionsville is in the southeast corner of Boone County, which was founded four years before the town ...

Apps track fitness goals

By Brittany King With a new year comes new fitness and health goals. While some people will look to an accountability partner to help them shed a few pounds or minutes off their mile time, recent advancements in fitness-tracking technology ...

Hoosier Made

By Jaylon Jones About 55 years ago, Black Jewell Popcorn started growing and selling a one-of-a kind, heirloom strain of black kernel popcorn. In addition to its uniqueness, Black Jewell Popcorn is verified non-GMO and the dark color ...

Up the Ladder

Anthem Inc. recently promoted Natalie Cooper to Director II Operations-Federal Employee Program. She is the first African-American to hold the position. In her role, Cooper will oversee all federal employee Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance operat...

Employee volunteerism continues to grow

A total of 850 OneAmerica employees from Indianapolis, Milwaukee and Appleton, Wisconsin, and San Diego volunteered more than 2,500 hours during the company’s fifth annual Week of Caring. The Week of Caring impacted more than a dozen United ...

South Bend

French explorer and industrialist roots created this city By Jaylon Jones Full of exciting stories of explorers, settlers and industrialists, South Bend, with a population of 266,709, is the fourth largest city in Indiana. In December 1679, ...

Why care matters

How to overcome the caregiving crisis By ARI CAMPBELL Across the country we are experiencing a crisis — a caregiving crisis. Individuals with disabilities are the largest minority in the U.S., comprising about 20 percent of the populat...

Finding the Divine 9

Perfect Apparel grows from internet to brick-and-mortar storefront By Sarah Jameson Felder After joining the Black Greek Organization, Kappa Alpha Psi, Willie Mathis realized it was difficult to find apparel with his fraternity’s logo. ...

5 Indiana-made products

This isn’t your traditional kombucha. Circle City Kombucha put a modern twist on an ancient drink — a fermented tea that’s full of good-for-your-tummy probiotics. Circle City Kombucha is made from reverse osmosis filtered water, organic ...