Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

January 3, 2014

Inside Indiana Business


Greensburg Daily News

---- — Colts Receive Blackout Extension

The Indianapolis Colts have received a second extension of the local television blackout rule from the National Football League. The game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Lucas Oil Stadium must sell out by Friday at 4:35 pm to avoid a blackout.

Westfield Unveils Baseball Schedule

The city of Westfield says the new Grand Park Sports Campus will host more than 5,000 baseball games between April and October. Multiple tournaments are expected to draw dozens of teams from 15 states and two countries.

Gander Mountain Plans New Locations

One of the country’s largest outdoor specialty stores is set to open two more Indiana locations. Gander Mountain says the new Avon and Greenfield shops are scheduled to open in the spring.

Charter Operator Changes Name

Indianapolis-based nonprofit EdPower has changed its name to Tindley Accelerated Schools. The organization operates charter and turnaround schools in Indianapolis.

Sports Bar Chain Continues Growth

A Fort Wayne-based restaurant chain has opened a new location in Allen County and is planning “a rapid growth phase” this year. A spokeswoman for Wings Etc. Inc. says the company is looking to add several new Wings Etc. stores. The parent company operates locations in six other Hoosier communities.

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