Philanthropy

rop-childrensmuseum1-081814-2col.jpg

Children’s Museum expands footprint

August 16, 2014
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis plans to begin tearing down a nearby apartment building this month and is starting to explore options for the site that could include an outdoor attraction.More.

NFP of NOTE: RecycleForce

August 9, 2014
RecycleForce creates a stronger civil society and increases public safety through job creation and recycling.More.

Local Goodwill boss McClelland set to retire in mid-2015

August 7, 2014
After four decades at the helm of Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana, CEO Jim McClelland plans to step down at the end of June.More.

NFP of NOTE: American Cabaret Theatre Inc.

July 26, 2014
American Cabaret Theatre elevates and promotes the cabaret art form by presenting the finest in professional cabaret performances and developing the next generation of cabaret artists.More.

Wabash College religion center gets $7.8 million

July 22, 2014
The grant will let the center continue programming through 2018. It brings to more than $48 million the total grants the Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment has given the center.More.
Sponsored by
ADVERTISEMENT
Subscribe to IBJ
  1. IMS should change to accommodate its fans

  2. Praise for dedication

  3. New judicial center would set off an office exodus downtown

  4. NFP of NOTE: RecycleForce

  5. LOPRESTI: Schumacher has stories to tell after 57 years with Indians

  6. New Simon VC arm making bets on retail technology

  7. DINING: State Fair finds

  8. $500M Indy justice center relies on novel funding

  9. Steak n Shake bringing menu fixtures to the freezer aisle

  10. MORRIS: Ignore 55+ demo? Big mistake! Big! Huge!

  11. Indy startup has rare disease in its sights

  12. Building spree reshaping Broad Ripple Village

  13. Will a new app disrupt snow, lawn-care businesses?

  14. Family peanut-butter venture sees sales take off

  15. Tag Heuer signs sponsorship with IndyCar, Speedway

  16. JOSEPH: Small businesses must grow up

  17. KENNEDY: Indianapolis needs a commuter tax

  18. EDITORIAL: Covanta deal raises red flags

  19. Records - Aug. 11, 2014

  20. People in the news - Aug. 11, 2014

  21. Indianapolis Opera hires Stolen to help assess future

  22. Monroe County alters ordinance that sparked I-69 suit

  23. NCAA says it will appeal player-compensation court ruling

  24. IU schools tackle new marketing strategies

  25. Experts: Political move could help NCAA avoid more court woes

  26. Byproducts big business for Morgan County grain mill

  27. Local CBS affiliate moving from WISH to WTTV

  28. Company news

  29. Browning/Duke building huge Plainfield distribution facility

  30. Buckingham reignites plan for Lantern Commons project

  31. Lagging on jobs, earplug maker agrees to cancel tax breaks

  32. CBS affiliation switch means major changes at WTTV

  33. Purdue rolls out 3-year plan for communications majors

  34. Cuts, price hikes fuel IU Health's quarterly profit

  35. Groups want Indianapolis utility to test water

  36. CIB to provide $5M for natatorium maintenance

  37. NCAA seeks clarification from court in O'Bannon ruling

  38. Ivy Tech to ask state lawmakers for more cash

  39. Star reducing staff ahead of headquarters relocation

  40. Nearly 700,000 Indiana voter registrations 'inactive'

  41. Noble Roman's dough rises with higher profit, revenue

  42. Sales/acquisitions

  43. Construction

  44. Leases/leasing contracts

  45. Revitalization plan brings new homes to Crown Hill area

  46. U.S. Postal Service suffers $2 billion quarterly loss

  47. Kite shares start trading under 1-for-4 split

  48. Struggling hospital finds buyer, enters bankruptcy protection

  49. Teachers, students facing new state standards

  50. U.S. employment openings hit 13-year-plus high

  51. WellPoint to change corporate name back to Anthem

  52. Farmers on pace for record corn crop, report says

  53. Pence: State to pay special-needs adoption subsidies

  54. Indiana challenge to Obamacare tax-credit rule can go forward

  55. Lender forecloses on two downtown office buildings

  56. WRTV adds sports-talk host Grady to its staff

  57. Mainstreet's Turner to sell REIT in $2.3B deal

  58. Church accuses JPMorgan of mismanagement, self-dealing

  59. Democrats question $12M in consulting contracts

  60. NCAA quarterly lobbying costs surge during legal fight

  61. Area homebuilding permit filings down in July

  62. UPDATE: Underground blast rocks downtown Indianapolis

  63. State tax collections fall just below projections

  64. Local man faces 20 investment-related felony counts

  65. Vera Bradley to cut manufacturing at Indiana plant

  66. Contractor gets probation in prevailing wage case

  67. Eli Lilly to close Terre Haute animal enzyme plant

  68. Weekly U.S. unemployment claims jump by 21,000

  69. Huntingburg, Wabash named Stellar Communities

  70. Regenstrief plans new $13M headquarters

  71. Kravitz leaves Indy Star for job with WTHR

  72. Mattress maker plans 300 jobs in Plainfield

  73. IPFW study recommends shift to Indiana University control

  74. Indiana universities face budget cuts if tax intake lags

  75. Navient donates site to relocate historic home

  76. U.S. factory output rises for 6th straight month

  77. IPL moves to drop coal from Harding Street power plant

  78. Lender files to foreclose on downtown's Villagio condos

  79. Top Ballard deputy Kintner heading for private sector

  80. Illinois ends contract with private manager of lottery

  81. How to upgrade International Motor Speedway

  82. Change schools chief title while we’re at it

  83. Hendricks County pitching motorsports skill, expertise to medical manufacturers

  84. TOLLIVER: Warehousing, e-commerce merging in Indy area

  85. PROXY CORNER: Noble Roman's Inc.

  86. Will spurned TV station launch ABC courtship?

  87. MAURER: Is there room for compassion in politics?

  88. LOPRESTI: What’s in a number? Plenty, if it’s attached to your jersey

  89. Hicks: College success comes to those who persevere

  90. Kim: Investors--watch out for penny-stock 'wolves'

  91. Recent minor-league team sales suggest Indians worth $40M-plus

  92. Proportion of zero-car households rolls past 10 percent

  93. IU research center trying to remedy 'civic deficit'

  94. Children’s Museum expands footprint

  95. TRY THIS: A caving adventurer discovers the upside of the underworld

  96. Eli Lilly making renewed push in biotech field, where it once pioneered

  97. Emmis: Dynamic pricing will reshape many industries

  98. DINING: Bar should be set a little higher on promising new taqueria

  99. LAMKIN: Tax tips for a reform-minded Pence

  100. RUSTHOVEN: Carter keeps the world ‘enlightened’

  101. EDITORIAL: Public deserves full disclosure

  102. Records — Aug. 18, 2014

  103. People in the news - Aug. 18, 2014

  104. Carpenter, Fisher to merge IndyCar teams in 2015

  105. Muncie packaging company to lay off 261 workers

  106. Rebates shrink as Anthem gets better at pricing

  107. Sun King plans $8.8M brewery, tasting room in Fishers

  108. Company closing local operations, cutting 110 workers

  109. State adds jobs; unemployment rate remains at 5.9 percent

  110. Indiana's first female chief justice taking office

  111. Lilly among those eyeing antibiotic maker Cubist, analyst says

  112. Good Earth exits appeal of Broad Ripple project

  113. UPDATE: Indiana State Fair attendance tops 950,000

  114. Company news

  115. Central Indiana home sales continue to trail 2013

  116. Indiana lottery manager misses goal, but hits record numbers

  117. EMS company to end most Indiana services

  118. Indianapolis 2015 budget would use reserves

  119. Colts' Irsay seeks delay of trial on DWI charges

  120. Cardinal Health unit seeks tax breaks for local drug facility

  121. Daniels clarifies remarks about regional campuses

  122. NCAA's strongest argument might be cap limit

  123. Indiana's first female chief justice assumes office

  124. Real estate company proposing $26 million development

  125. Sales/acquisitions

  126. Leases/leasing contracts

  127. Gatling Gun Club building proving to be tough sell

  128. Carmel sports marketing firm plans headquarters expansion

  129. Central Indiana reservoir foes back river trails

  130. Home construction on the rise nationally

  131. Gaming convention sets another attendance record

  132. Judge tells Indiana to honor other states' gay marriages

  133. Indiana updates job search app for iPhone

  134. Indianapolis Downtown Inc. to go by new name

  135. Lilly wins tentative approval for diabetes drug

  136. Inventor to try crowdfunding to launch cycling product

  137. 'Bring your own device' creates privacy issues for employees

  138. Proposals would improve state veteran protections

  139. Engineers: Union Station requires $3.7 million in emergency repairs

  140. Yellen to give her outlook as Fed honeymoon fades

  141. Judge denies stay after right-to-work ruling

  142. Former Bennett chief of staff at center of $1.7M contract complaint

  143. Hoosier State passenger rail service extended 4 months

  144. Judge: Pence contradicted himself on gay marriage

  145. After strong trials, Lilly to seek approvals for psoriasis drug

  146. Flanner House charter school to close after cheating allegations

  147. Pence keeps up opposition to land-based casinos

  148. Insurance agencies Shepherd, Consolidated merge

  149. New Grand Park in Westfield already $6M over budget

  150. Advocate brokers lower IPL rate hike for car-sharing service

  151. Residents of Packard condos settle suit with developer

  152. EMS service to lay off 361 workers in central Indiana

  153. NCAA files intent to appeal O'Bannon decision

  154. Postal Service has 600 rural Indiana spots open

  155. Bayh says another gubernatorial run is ‘unlikely’

  156. Airline group forecasts uptick in Labor Day travel

  157. Lawmakers move to monitor State Board of Accounts

  158. WFYI broadens reach with Indiana State agreement

  159. Kokomo residents embrace bus route expansion

  160. U.S. farmers may grow more corn than they can handle

  161. Coats: Planned reservoir can't rely on fed money

  162. Noblesville eyes plans for $10M park, amphitheater

  163. Struggling Angie's List lays off 97 salespeople

  164. Toyota to expand Highlander production, add 300 workers

  165. Simon hands over Washington Square to lender

  166. IU closing proton therapy center, cyclotron

  167. Health commissioner resigns for personal reasons

ADVERTISEMENT