According to the proposal, the townhouses would be built on 8.83 acres of land at the northwest corner of East 116th Street and Spring Mill Road.
Noblesville city councilors voted 7-2 against the proposal by Beaver Materials, which purchased 50 acres of farmland adjacent to the 66-acre park with hopes of removing gravel from the property.
Westfield failed to become the fourth Hamilton County city to upgrade its class status over the past decade. A move to second class would expand the city council and make other governing changes.
Priority Physicians’ new facility 12174 N. Meridian St., Suite 300, replaces its original flagship office in Indianapolis.
The plan proposed by Beaver Materials and the Hamilton County Parks and Recreation Department would eventually add 50 acres to Potter’s Bridge Park, but many Noblesville residents have come out in opposition.
The city announced Tuesday that is has extended the deadline from June 22 until July 25 because appraisers asked for additional time to perform their work at the 400-acre sports campus.
City Councilor Adam Aasen said he wanted to make a proactive move to ensure animals from puppy and kitten mills can’t be sold in Carmel in the future.
Randy De John experienced the flaws of the food-delivery industry firsthand at his home in Fishers. So, being a restaurant industry veteran of 37 years and a former managing partner at Casler’s Kitchen & Bar, he decided to do something about it.
Indianapolis-based Langham Logistics is set to open a 150,000-square-foot warehouse in Whitestown to serve pharmaceutical and biotech companies—and their suppliers—who need cold storage, meaning anything from chilled space to ultra-low-temperature freezers.
A 64-acre site is expected to become a prime live-work-play spot in the rapidly growing city’s downtown once the development is built out.
A resident claimed the county violated his First Amendment rights when he was blocked from the county government’s Facebook page.
The Noblesville City Council heard proposals this week for two separate residential real estate developments that would create nearly 130 new residences in the city, including more 75 high-end homes near a golf course and 50 affordable-housing options.
Agape Therapeutic Riding Resources serves children and adults with disabilities and offers therapeutic riding, equine-assisted learning and a mobile miniature horse program for seniors.
Several new restaurants and retailers have recently opened or are planning to open their doors in Boone and Hamilton counties.
Promontory of Zionsville would include 80 homes ranging in cost from $1.5 million to $4 million.
The Steadman will sit on 12-1/2 acres of land northeast of Spring Mill Road and East 111th Street.
Residents living in Johnson Addition worry about increased traffic and housing costs, and fear for the future of their neighborhood.
Steel Green Manufacturing LLC plans to add to its workforce once it moves into a new building south of Interstate 65 at the intersection of State Road 39 and Enterprise Boulevard in Lebanon.
Zionsville Mayor Emily Styron berated a commenter she disagreed with in a profanity-filled Facebook posting following the school shooting in Texas that took the lives of 19 children.