Andrea MuirraguiDavis

North Editor
North of 96th (Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Westfield, Zionsville), philanthropy

Davis joined IBJ as a reporter in August 2001, moving to Indianapolis from Jacksonville, Fla., where she worked for three years as an editor at The Florida Times-Union—and coordinated coverage of the historic 2000 presidential election. One hurricane (Floyd) and one political firestorm (see above) were enough to drive her back to her native Indiana. A graduate of Ball State University,  Davis spent six years at The News-Sentinel in Fort Wayne before fleeing for warmer climes. At IBJ, she has covered philanthropy, education, tourism and media. She rejoined the editing ranks in 2004, most recently serving as online editor. Davis also is one of IBJ’s restaurant reviewers. Outside of work, she is past president of Storytelling Arts of Indiana’s board of directors. In her free time, she enjoys playing poker, cheering on hopeless sports teams and spending time with family and friends. Davis lives in Fishers with her husband and their two cats.

(317) 472-5369

Twitter: @Northof96th @IBJphilanthropy

Recent Articles

Carmel developer pitching $150M Midtown plan

September 15, 2014
Carmel-based Old Town Development LLC expects to file plans this week for a $150 million redevelopment project on 11 acres in the suburban community’s blighted Midtown area, between Carmel City Center and the Arts & Design District near the Monon Greenway.

Hamilton County communities battle tax appeals

September 13, 2014
Carmel, Fishers and Noblesville are trying to head off appeals that cause tax revenue to come in lower than expected, especially for projects within tax-increment-financing districts.

Bub's Burgers planning $1.3M outpost in Fishers

September 11, 2014
Central Indiana favorite Bub’s Burgers and Ice Cream has chosen downtown Fishers to build its fourth restaurant, town officials announced Thursday evening.

Ideal owners needed for tricky north-side properties

September 6, 2014
Size and age complicate the sale of several prominent structures in Boone and Hamilton counties.

Noblesville pursues cultural district designation

September 6, 2014
Noblesville is positioning itself to join an elite group of Indiana Cultural Districts—a state designation officials say should boost the city’s appeal and help drive economic development.

New United Way strategy fuels big changes

August 30, 2014
United Way spent nine months putting together The New U—a strategic shift intended to speed change by investing in programs that make a measurable difference in the areas of education, income, health and basic needs.

Boone County agency taps native as eco-devo leader

August 28, 2014
Molly Whitehead joined Boone Economic Development Corp. as executive director Aug. 18, a little more than a month after predecessor Bryan Brackemyre left for a job at Ernst & Young.

HQ move earns pharma firm another tax break

August 27, 2014
A Carmel-based institutional pharmacy plans to invest $8 million expanding its Noblesville operations, which include its headquarters. On Tuesday, it received its second tax-incentive deal from the city in two years.
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Recent Blog Posts

Sunrise neighbors worried about traffic, density

September 19, 2014
Neighbors of the former Sunrise Golf Club property along the Monon Greenway in Carmel aren’t sold on a redevelopment plan that calls for building 149 custom homes and up to 265 apartments on the 78-acre site.

Moving date set for historic house in Fishers

September 18, 2014
A 153-year brick house in Fishers saved from the wrecking ball this summer will move a half-mile north next month, organizers said Wednesday.

Carmel council reluctantly OKs commuter bus subsidy

September 15, 2014
Carmel City Council voted 7-0 Monday to subsidize the Indy Express commuter bus for the rest of this year, but members made it clear their support was tenuous at best.

Carmel clears path for Monon Lake housing project

September 15, 2014
With neighbors pleading for more time, Carmel City Council on Monday approved a year-old rezoning request that clears the way for M/I Homes’ planned Monon Lake development just north of Interstate 465.

Sign company plans $6M expansion, 133 new jobs in Fishers

September 15, 2014
The Fishers Town Council is set to consider an economic development deal for growing sign company AI Innovations after a high-potential lighting firm's project fizzled.
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