Jace Swims built a tech career on the West Coast, but the pandemic brought him back to Indianapolis. He since has turned his passion for tropical fish into an entrepreneurial venture.
Slated to open this fall, Our Table American Bistro will have an aesthetic that co-owners Joe and Ginger Miller call “Napa Valley meets Bargersville farmhouse.”
The veteran TV journalist is retiring after a 36-year career that took her around the country covering national stories. Her departure is the latest in a spate of exits from the local NBC affiliate.
The arts-and-nature campus at 4000 Michigan Road appears to be the first major cultural attraction in the city to require masks indoors for all staff and guests since the most recent surge in COVID-19 cases began.
Following the death of her infant daughter in 2019 and a summer of soul searching, the high-profile anchor says she feels drawn in another direction.
Swayed by the station’s sterling reputation and the size of the media market, Jefferson has accepted an offer to be a general assignment reporter for a station in Texas.
The federal aviation regulatory agency alleges flight didn’t have qualified pilots or required operating or air carrier certificates.
Named The Fountain Room, the 6,300-square-foot restaurant from Noblesville-based Clancy’s Inc. will pay tribute to the property’s past as a Coca-Cola bottling plant.
The show’s co-founder initially was scheduled for a procedure to repair the valve, but doctors then decided full replacement was a better course of action.
The real estate investor and racing enthusiast has closed a deal with former IndyCar driver Sarah Fisher and her husband that will help them to continue growing their karting business.
The new flight is part of a 22-route expansion that Allegiant announced on Tuesday.
Susan Fruits pleaded guilty to two schemes in which she stole more than $315,000—one involving bank customers and the other involving three children for whom she served as inheritance trustee.
Owners Jay and Chelsey Wetzel announced on Thursday that they had purchased a building that would give the pub a large patio with copious outdoor seating.
The state is taking aim at the firms for “their respective roles in allowing the Fox Club and Lakeside Pointe apartment complexes in Indianapolis to fall into egregious disrepair.”
A firm that specializes in real estate anchored by groceries has closed on the purchase a 104,678-square-foot shopping center dominated by a Kroger supermarket.
Jennifer Pace Robinson, a 29-year veteran of the institution, was chosen unanimously by the museum’s board of trustees to take over the world’s largest children’s museum.
In addition to writing books and articles, delivering presentations and leading tours, the former Indianapolis Star writer hosts the weekly radio show “Hoosier History Live” on WICR-FM 88.7.