The State Road 32 expansion project in downtown Westfield hit a speed bump Wednesday when the Indiana Historic Preservation Review Board of the Department of Natural Resources voted to prolong the proposed route’s review by at least 30 days.
Samantha DeLong, one of two Democrats and the North Central District representative to the Fishers City Council, plans to step down from her elected position at the end of the month.
Jennifer Beck, a senior project manager for INDOT, appeared before the Westfield City Council to alleviate fears that an estimated $15 million project expanding State Road 32 from two lanes to four would cost the city far more than expected.
Westfield Mayor Andy Cook has filed two separate lawsuits against Clerk-Treasurer Cindy Gossard since the beginning of the year, and the city’s council is interested in finding out just how much public money is funding the ongoing legal battle.
The Westfield City Council president is questioning whether to move forward with a road-widening project more than a decade in the making over concerns that it will exceed its budget.
The Indiana Historic Preservation Review Board next week will examine the plan, which would require demolishing or relocating four commercial buildings in downtown Westfield’s historic district.
Ohio-based COhatch is planning to redevelop a 167-year-old former church building in Zionsville known as The Sanctuary, which previously housed the art gallery of late artist Nancy Noel.
The developer behind The Flats of Lebanon has proposed building a 42-unit apartment complex near Lebanon’s downtown square.
The Zionsville Chamber of Commerce is hosting its first “Get Married in Zionsville” bridal show, featuring more than 40 local florists, musicians, bakeries and other vendors on April 17.
Accommodating new members whose wants and needs have been changed by the pandemic means those co-working spaces must adjust their offerings.
The first development in the park ends a years-long dry spell and leads several other projects.
A business that had its land along Geist Reservoir seized by the city of Fishers through eminent domain has received permission to build a two-story restaurant across the street from its former property.
Swish organizers are trying to bring back a sense of normalcy and financial security for local artists by guaranteeing they’ll be paid for their involvement in the downtown festival—even if the weather thwarts their plans.
Chris Jackson is teaming with former Indianapolis Colts punter Hunter Smith to open the high-end campground next month.
The Westfield Redevelopment Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to table a petition that would retroactively formalize the city’s informal agreement with Westfield-based Bullpen Tournaments and approve another that expands its operations.
Erynn and Elyse Petruzzi—whose father, Dean Petruzzi, started and sold several Indianapolis-based battery companies with his brothers in the late 1990s and early 2000s—started Something Splendid as a side hustle two years ago. Now it’s much more.
Three pilot programs planned for this year are more than just robo-taxi and delivery-bot science experiments. They’re dry runs for the real thing—possibly coming soon.
Strict limits on crowd sizes in Mackey Arena at Purdue University for the NCAA tourney will dampen the tourism impact, but the games are still the biggest events to hit the West Lafayette area since the pandemic started.
NCAA Senior Vice President of Basketball Dan Gavitt responded to athletes’ renewed demands for compensation Thursday by saying he supports and encourages their right to free speech within the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament’s rules.
Chamsine will open I Tre Mori next month The restaurant is similar enough to Passione, a restaurant he formerly owned, that the restaurant’s new owners feel betrayed.