The Westfield City Council is reviewing a pair of proposed subleases that reveal new details about a $25 million indoor soccer arena in the works at Westfield's Grand Park. How much will tenants pay, and who's planning a sports bar?
Hamilton Southeastern Schools is selling three parcels of surplus land to the town of Fishers and Fall Creek Township, raising much-needed cash for the growing school district’s operations.
A divided Noblesville Common Council last week approved $6 million in funding for a downtown park/city gateway with an outdoor amphitheater—a project proponents say will spur economic development west of the White River.
Fishers’ first mayor will be paid more than the chief executives of nearby suburban cities if the Town Council approves a 2015 salary ordinance set to be introduced Monday.
Pro-Gard Products LLC is weighing a move from Fishers to Noblesville, where the 46-year-old firm is seeking tax breaks to help pay for a building expansion and new equipment.
Crews are scrambling to reopen U.S 31 in Carmel by Thursday—giving beleaguered business owners in the construction zone another reason to be thankful this week.
Noblesville fixture Lutz’s Steak House will close for good on New Year’s Day, allowing owner Nancy Lutz to retire. The restaurant is inviting customers to help celebrate "Lutz's Last Stand." Plus: New eateries abound.
Legal brand protection is all but required in the corporate world, where businesses must guard against unauthorized use of the brands they’ve invested time and resources to build. Now, the public sector increasingly is following suit as communities work to establish identities of their own.
The Carmel Redevelopment Commission will wait until next year to sell five acres of property along the Monon Greenway in Carmel’s Midtown area, voting Wednesday to reject both bids submitted in response to an October request for proposals.
The defendants in a multimillion-dollar legal dispute over construction defects at Carmel’s tony Palladium concert hall have agreed to settle the dispute, Hamilton Superior Court records show.
Business owners along State Road 37 in Hamilton County expressed concern Monday night about losing customers during a highway project being proposed to ease congestion. Officials say the alternative is equally untenable.
Construction season is coming to a close with four major building projects under way in downtown Fishers—and officials hope to maintain that momentum heading into next year. The town is accepting proposals from firms interested in redeveloping a quarter-acre site at 11634 Maple St.
If the chips had fallen a little differently, Sun King Brewing Co. might not be the state’s No. 2 craft brewer, adding a second production facility in Fishers. Founders of popular brewery share their story.
The Noblesville Common Council postponed its vote on funding a downtown park planned for west of the White River, asking the city administration for more information about long-term costs—and future projects that also might require a municipal investment.
The family behind Hamilton County mainstay Reynolds Farm Equipment has pledged $1 million to Conner Prairie Interactive History Park. The gift was announced Thursday evening during a ceremony honoring the company and its leaders for their generosity.