Two years after Nickel Plate Railroad owners halted tourism train service, a new operator is revving up excitement for excursions along 12 miles of track from Atlanta to Noblesville.
There’s nothing like a “coming soon” sign in the window to build an appetite, so diners have flocked to a trio of Hamilton County newcomers that opened their doors this summer.
Developed in collaboration with longtime local food expert Jolene Ketzenberger, the guided tours offer an afternoon of culinary adventure along the eight-mile downtown trail.
Chefs vie for adventurous diners’ attention by putting together special fixed-price menus, usually three or four courses highlighting some of the chef’s best work.
Bars have begun offering trivia nights focused on a particular pop-culture topic, instead of general trivia, which draws devoted teams of super fans.
Relatively flush after settling a years-old lawsuit, the Carmel Redevelopment Commission on Friday OK’d a $463,500 contract to replace the deteriorating concrete coping around the so-called reflecting pool at Carmel City Center.
While the orange-and-yellow tethered balloon that anchors the 1859 Balloon Voyage is getting a new skin and a new sponsor over the winter, construction crews are working on a six-figure overhaul intended to make the exhibit more immersive.
Anderson-based Ricker’s new gas station and convenience store at 146th Street and Carey Road in Westfield offers made-to-order burritos and self-serve frozen yogurt. The Anderson-based company plans to use the Westfield site as a model for its next generation of stores.