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Crowdfunding campaign seeks to move historic house

Andrea Muirragui Davis
August 22, 2014
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Nickel Plate Arts and the Noblesville Preservation Alliance are kicking off a $115,000 crowdfunding campaign to move the historic Flanagan House in Fishers.
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REVIEW: 'The Great Bike Race'

Lou Harry
August 21, 2014
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And from out of nowhere, a loopy semi-musical comedy surges to the front of the pack of Indy Fringe shows.
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Radio vet launches Indy's third local afternoon sports show

Anthony Schoettle
August 21, 2014
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Former Emmis program director who helped launch 1070 The Fan is hosting a show weekdays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on WXNT-AM 1430. He faces stiff competition from JMV and Query and Schultz.
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Apartments, restaurant on tap for downtown's south side

Scott Olson
August 21, 2014
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TWG Development is part of a joint venture that purchased the vacant building on South Meridian Street with plans for a $19 million project with 120 apartments and anchored by an eatery.
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Indiana's tax breaks for jobs cost at least three times more than Medicaid expansion

J.K. Wall
August 20, 2014
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State and local governments hand out $921 million per year to entice business to add jobs. The Medicaid expansion is estimated to cost no more than $279 million per year.
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Finding Jim Nabors' replacement no easy task for Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Anthony Schoettle
August 20, 2014
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While some followers of the Indy 500 want a Hoosier such as John Mellencamp or Sandi Patty to sing "Back Home Again in Indiana" before the big race, IMS officials won't limit the search to those with Indiana roots.
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Fishers OKs deal to land Sun King brewery

Andrea Muirragui Davis
August 19, 2014
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Fishers Town Council unanimously approved an economic development deal Monday that will allow Sun King Brewing Co. to plant some of its growing business in the suburban community. Members also voted on a commuter-bus subsidy.
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Is this the future of rural health care: Walmart, walk-in clinics and an ambulance?

J.K. Wall
August 18, 2014
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In two to three years, primary care clinics could be popping up in Walmart stores in rural Indiana while most rural Indiana hospitals will offer little to no inpatient services. That’s dramatically different from what we’re used to.
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