BlueIndy plans to charge past its skeptics as its electric car-sharing program launches in Indianapolis Sept. 2, leaving behind the political consternation about whether Mayor Greg Ballard went rogue in green-lighting the program in the first place.
Walker heads Big Car, which he describes as an “art-based, creativity-based not-for-profit that’s focused on community development.” Put simply (perhaps a bit too simply), it uses art to jump-start neighborhood involvement and development.
TWG Development LLC has agreed to pay $3 million to buy part of the AT&T property near the busy intersection of College Avenue and Kessler Boulevard to build a $39 million apartment project with an underground parking garage.
Commercial projects are starting to stake claims on open land along the Zionsville portion of Michigan Road, catching up with the flurry of mostly retail development that’s already occurred along the Carmel portion of the roadway.
A former executive who was in charge of Subway's advertising says he wasn't aware of pitchman Jared Fogle's criminal sexual conduct with minors in 2008, contradicting the statement of a former franchisee.
Food pantries and social service agencies across Indiana are bracing for the possibility that up to 50,000 people could lose food stamp benefits this fall unless they comply with a change in federal work and job training requirements.
Check out what homes are selling for in your area, as well as which house sold for the most money recently. (It went for more than the asking price.) And see which parts of the Indianapolis area have the greatest incomes.
Technology consulting firm Appirio Inc. plans to move its corporate headquarters from San Francisco to Indianapolis and boost its local employment by more than 425 workers over the next five years, the company announced Friday.