Business briefs: Restaurant gets national recognition


Jake Burgess, owner and head chef of FoxGardin Kitchen and Ale in Fortville.

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Restaurant gets national recognition

FORTVILLE — FoxGardin Kitchen and Ale made Yelp!’s Top 100 restaurants of 2022.

Coming in at number 52, the restaurant was Indiana’s only showing this year on the list.

This year will mark seven years on Main Street in downtown Fortville for FoxGardin owner/head chef and Fortville native Jake Burgess, who brought his culinary talents back home after being regional chef for a downtown Indianapolis steakhouse. The 21-and-older establishment features daily lunch and dinner specials, local beers and spirits with many different rooms for different dining experiences and live local music on the weekends.

Insurance agent recognized

GREENFIELD — Adam Jurs State Farm and team have been recognized as a Million Dollar Round Table Agency in 2021.

The organization recognizes the top 1% of life insurance and financial professionals in the industry for the world.

Successful Women group holding event

GREENFIELD — Successful Women in Hancock County presents “Continuing to Rock your LinkedIn Profile” with Amy Dawson, global contingent workforce operations lead for LinkedIn on Thursday, Feb. 24 at the Hancock County Public Library, 900 W. McKenzie Road, Greenfield.

Networking will begin at 5:30 p.m. with the meeting and program starting at 6. There will be a virtual option as well.

To register, email [email protected], register directly on Eventbrite or contact Susie Mariutto at 317-435-1782.

Long-term care provider re-brands

GREENFIELD — Golden LivingCenters, whose Brandywine facility is located in Greenfield, has announced a major re-branding initiative. The new name, Brickyard Healthcare, was chosen to reflect the provider’s ties to Indianapolis and the state.

In the coming months, Brickyard Healthcare will continue to transform its care centers, website and other branded pieces. All services offered by Golden LivingCenters will continue to be available from Brickyard Healthcare. These offerings include a variety of services ranging from short-term rehabilitation and long-term care as well as Alzheimer’s and dementia care.