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.
Three businesses are expanding to Westfield, plus another frozen yogurt shop and pizza place coming to Fishers.
A $16 million, four-story building with a co-working space, and coffee and wine bar will be the first piece of the Midtown development.
The Westfield City Council approved an ordinance Monday night that requires secondhand stores, pawn shops and metal dealers to report transactions within 24 hours to an online database.
Police stations across the country have started offering space for these business exchanges, saying it’s a win-win-win—strangers meet in a safe spot, police help prevent crime, and the danger of doing business on Craigslist decreases.
Carmel City Council approved a resolution pledging $40,000 annually for the Hamilton County Public Safety Training Facility earlier this week, meaning the facility has cleared one of its last hurdles.
Recently released site plans for the apartment component at the former Sunrise Golf Course show it’s slated to be high end and geared toward empty nesters.
The complaint, which was filed by Republican mayoral challenger Jeff Harpe, argued that Westfield officials violated Indiana’s Open Door Law during the process of approving plans to build an indoor soccer facility at Grand Park sports campus.
Two Westfield-based companies are hoping to open an all-ages attraction filled with a bowling alley, sports bar and grill, arcade, family dining and adults-only indoor and outdoor space for bocce, volleyball and basketball.