Indiana’s major state universities are making big additions in artificial intelligence academic programs.
While it’s been only a few months since he started using artificial intelligence, Stuart Collins can’t imagine teaching and researching without it.
Multiple retailers, restaurants and other businesses have recently opened or are planning new locations in the north suburbs of Indianapolis. Here’s a rundown:
Plans call for the nets at Gray Eagle’s 38-acre driving range to be almost as tall as those used by TopGolf at its Fishers facility along Interstate 69. Gray Eagle also plans to build a 5,000-square-foot bar and restaurant inside a new clubhouse.
Kevin Paul, who owns Brockway Public House, Danny Boy Beer Works and The GOAT, is seeking to open Boneyard Bar & Restaurant in Carmel.
The HSE school board also approved a resolution appointing Assistant Superintendent Matt Kegley as interim superintendent.
The company, which makes salad dressings, sauces and marinades, employs 230 people in Lebanon and expects to add more.
The inaugural APP Collegiate Championships and Midwest Open will take place at the 378,000-square-foot Grand Park Events Center.
Westfield City Council member Joe Edwards, a lifelong resident of Westfield, died Friday morning at age 83 following a long illness.
History: El Popular’s origins date to 1925, when company founder Vicente F. Garza migrated to the United States from Monterrey, Mexico. He brought with him family recipes that would one day give his future company a nationwide presence: chorizo, mole sauce, chocolate and queso. In his new home city of East Chicago, Garza established the […]
Miebach Consulting plans to hire an additional 22 workers and invest $2.5 million in the Fishers project.
In a conversation with former Indiana Gov. and Purdue University President Mitch Daniels, Manning discussed his career, family, leadership and post-football business endeavors.
Paddock Place would bring the number of housing units planned to more than 700 near the future Eli Lilly and Co. manufacturing campus.
Beginning Thursday, Palladiscope shows lasting 12 minutes will play every half-hour nightly beginning at dusk and continuing through 11 p.m.
Under the system, restaurants receive a letter grade from A to C based on a 100-point scale for sanitation.
The tavern is part of the Proscenium mixed-use development by Carmel-based Birkla Investment Group and Dayton, Ohio-based Woolpert Inc., which opened in 2021.
Last year, Hamilton County announced a $45 million plan to extend sewer and water utilities to Bakers Corner. An additional $20 million from the state will allow the county to create a regional utility district.
Freeze Dried Snack Co., which opened in early July, sells dozens of varieties of freeze-dried sweets, including Skittles, Jolly Rancher candies, Fruit Rollups, M&M’s and saltwater taffy.
Mayor Scott Fadness told the Fishers City Council during a budget presentation Monday night that the city will solicit contractor bids for the project in April. He said the city has set aside about $20 million for the project.
Gradison Land Development Inc. is looking to build Windswept Farms on 160 acres south of the intersection of County Road 425 South and County Road 700 East.