As of Sept. 15, Greenfield Police had taken about 70 complaints from consumers about the 122-year-old family firm, according to the suit.
The three principals behind Sangrita Saloon are adapting the high-end Mexican concept for the 4,000-square-foot Sangrita Grill & Cantina in the Yard at Fishers District culinary hub.
This year looked promising for the limousine company—until the pandemic hit in early March and the firm was forced to close.
News of the $140 million deal comes in the same week that Simon Property Group and Authentic Brands Group agreed to acquire legendary clothier Brooks Brothers.
The Indianapolis-based burger chain wants to reintroduce counter service in its dining rooms but claims an agent of its lenders is blocking its attempts to sell restaurants to raise money.
The move by Mayor Andy Cook follows a controversy in July over contracts for Grand Park Sports Campus and his veto of a city council resolution for review and approval of all Grand Parks contracts.
The Indianapolis-based grant maker intends about 25% of the money to help organizations and initiatives in Indiana over three years. Half a million dollars already has been committed to the Central Indiana Racial Equity Fund.
The underwriters claim in the federal lawsuit that the Roman Catholic Archdiocese’s failure to disclose allegations against a suspended priest renders the policy void.
Founded by two brothers from Macedonia, John’s Famous Stew became an Indianapolis institution for its devotion to meat-and-potatoes fare.
As envisioned by developer Ambrose Property Group, Westpoint Business Park eventually will include as many as nine logistics buildings totaling more than 6 million square feet of space.
Francis ponders the role of clergy in combatting systemic racism and calling for social justice, which she wrote about in the 2015 book “Ferguson and Faith: Sparking Leadership and Awakening Community.”
The governors of at least 12 states have called up National Guard troops to help quell the protests that have ravaged many major American cities.
Following unrest overnight, Mayor Joe Hogsett said Saturday afternoon that he had spoken with protest organizers and social-justice groups to arrange an event on Monument Circle with their assurance that it would remain peaceful and that they would help disperse the crowd afterward.
Overnight, protesters clashed with police and busted windows on Monument Circle and across the Mile Square. Officers used tear gas to try to break up pockets of protesters.
The all-volunteer group says it needs $30,000 to cover expenses before it’s back up and running in September, when it will stage the ABBA jukebox musical “Mamma Mia!”
The Facebook page for the upscale restaurant lists the location as “permanently closed.” It has been removed from the company’s online list of restaurants, and its local phone number no longer works.
Since its launch earlier this year, the Central Indiana COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund has distributed more than $15.8 million to 100 organizations in central Indiana.