The pre-primary campaign finance reports, which were due Friday, show that council members Carol Schleif, Sue Finkam, Eric Seidensticker and Luci Snyder raised less than their challengers in their respected races.
The Fishers City Council agreed Monday night to purchase an office building to house the city’s fast-growing co-working entrepreneurial program.
The Fishers Redevelopment Commission recently approved the sale of a parcel of land in the Nickel Plate District for $25,000 to Re/Max Ability Plus. The real estate agency plans to spend $1.8 million to construct a 7,200-square-foot building.
Whitestown is among the first communities to approve adding sexual orientation as a protected class in the wake of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act controversy.
The city of Fishers is proposing to purchase a new building for its entrepreneurial co-working space that would triple the size of the facility.
Westfield’s 360-acre sports campus already has 31 soccer fields, and officials intend to plant grass to add the equivalent of seven or eight full-sized fields that can be converted to smaller sizes for youth games.
Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness recently created a task force to study electronic outdoor advertising and make a recommendation to the city on how to proceed with inquiries for digital signage.
AgReliant Genetics LLC’s expansion is expected to help it retain 54 employees in Westfield and add another 31 jobs at the site during the next 10 years.
In the state’s fastest-growing county, Boone, the two fastest-growing towns both hope to stake a claim to unincorporated Perry Township.
Indianapolis-based T.M. Crowley & Associates recently announced a partnership with Estridge Homes to include 170,000 square feet of retail space within the Harmony community along 146th and Ditch Road in Westfield.
In one of the latest dominoes to fall against the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, the city of Fishers intends to issue a proclamation declaring the community doesn’t discriminate.
The Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre is celebrating 100 years in the Indianapolis area with a special exhibit and season-ending gala.