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Roundup: Downtown microbrewery, CityWay deli, Clearwater tap

Scott Olson
July 8, 2014
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Chilly Water Brewing Co. is making batches in The Hinge along Virginia Avenue, while Gandolfo's is coming to CityWay, where Chicago's Yolk also will open.
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Commuter bus operator seeks extra funding for Fishers, Carmel service

Andrea Muirragui Davis
July 8, 2014
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The $5 Hamilton County commuters pay to ride the Indy Express bus to or from downtown isn’t enough to sustain the route, the operator told Fishers Town Council during a Monday work session.
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Employees may rebel against Obamacare

J.K. Wall
July 7, 2014
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The economics of the Obamacare's exchanges are proving attractive to both employers and workers, but a new poll shows that workers still don't want to end up in them.
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Latest plans for Mass Ave land swap hit snag

Scott Olson
July 3, 2014
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The Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission has expressed concerns about a proposed parking lot tied to a complex land deal involving a credit union, firefighters union hall, and a planned $43 million development.
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Notes on nudity: Splitting hairs on 'Hair'

Lou Harry
July 3, 2014
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Yes, "Hair" is set in a world where "free love" was one of the mantras. But that's not what the infamous scene is about.
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Volleyball event's projected impact raises questions

Anthony Schoettle
July 2, 2014
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When Visit Indy announced this week that Indianapolis had landed the 2016 USA Volleyball Girls’ Junior National Championships and that it would carry a $59 million economic impact, a few eyebrows were raised.
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Dems won't field candidate for Fishers mayor

Andrea Muirragui Davis
July 2, 2014
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Hamilton County Democrats have appointed four candidates to fill vacancies on the November ballot, but the party will not have a contender in Fishers’ first mayoral race.
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Clock ticking on Natatorium repair plan as Olympic trials loom

Anthony Schoettle
July 2, 2014
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In November, Mayor Greg Ballard hoped to have City-County Council approval in January on a financing plan to help fix the IUPUI Natatorium. Now some councilors wonder if the mayor is changing directions on the issue.
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