David Fredricks, previously a supplier-diversity program manager for the Indianapolis Airport Authority, has been named director of the Office of Minority and Women Business Development.
Originally intended to divert low-level, nonviolent offenders from criminal justice apparatus, the AIC has assessed 1,700 residents for struggles with mental health or substance abuse disorders.
The Department of Metropolitan Development is calling for proposals for vacant, city-owned sites in Martindale-Brightwood, in the Sherman Park area and on the near-west side of Indianapolis.
An Indiana Senate bill sponsored by Indianapolis Republicans would prevent Democrat Sheriff Kerry Forestal from spending commissary fund money unless it is appropriated by the Indianapolis City-County Council.
Cyndi Carrasco, former deputy general counsel for Gov. Eric Holcomb, announced her decision Tuesday to take on Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears.
As Indianapolis embarks on the once-a-decade task of redrawing City-County Council districts, officials are soliciting public input at community forums in January and February.
A wide range of neighborhood organizations and residents think they’ve found an approach that could keep property affordable indefinitely.
The Department of Metropolitan Development on Thursday released two requests for proposals covering the three structures to developers.
U.S. Rep. Trey Hollingsworth announced Wednesday that he won’t run for re-election in southern Indiana’s 9th District, raising speculation about what the three-term Republican congressman might do next.
The program is designed to help those living through domestic violence recognize the abuse, escape it and then recover and rebuild, while also helping current service providers coordinate their efforts.
Michael-Paul Hart hopes to represent District 89, which covers part of east Indianapolis and includes about half of Beech Grove.
The board at Newfields chose Christian to serve as the chair and lead the arts campus out of a race-related controversy that led to the resignation of its former president.
The mass shooting at a FedEx facility near the Indianapolis International Airport in April made national headlines and reignited debate over a state law designed to keep firearms out of the hands of those who pose a danger to themselves or others.
Several Indianapolis-based groups are hoping to turn a spot on the White River into an outdoor recreational hub that includes a boat ramp, a parking lot and a smattering of event spaces.
The death count is 91% higher than in last year’s Zoom-only ceremony, which recognized the deaths of 87 people.
The announcement was greeted with relief from City Market leaders, who’ve lost operating revenue and several merchant-tenants to the construction on Market Street between Delaware and Alabama streets.
Republican legislators on Thursday introduced a spate of new bills targeting the criminal justice system in the Indianapolis area and across Indiana.