Population projections recently released by the Indiana Business Research Center show the county will add more than 218,000 residents in the next 30-some years.
A developer has been chosen for the $10 million building that will be constructed on the east side of the northern ellipse of Municipal Drive, the city of Fishers announced Monday.
The property is adjacent to upscale subdivisions to the north and west and more spacious and bucolic estates to the east and south.
The incumbent state senator took nearly 58 percent of the vote in his contest with Corrie Meyer, a business owner and former executive director of the Carmel Redevelopment Commission.
A three-building apartment complex could be built on property where Walmart once fought to open a 300,000-square-foot superstore.
A family that has owned land in Westfield since the mid-1800s has requested a rezoning for a multi-use development project that would almost rival Grand Park Sports Campus in size.
Bids for a 132,000-square-foot expansion of the government and judicial center came in about $300,000 over budget.
The local car dealerships Hoosiers have long visited when shopping to buy a set of wheels could bear new names in coming years as aging owners look to sell off their businesses.
Homes in the 80-acre neighborhood are expected to sell from $500,000 to $750,000 and would vary from 1,800 to 3,500 square feet.
Of the three council candidates endorsed by the Fiscal Conservatives of Hamilton County, just one—incumbent Fred Glynn—prevailed.
The Indiana Transportation Museum has requested a judge grant a temporary restraining order to give it more time to move out of Forest Park in Noblesville and prevent the city from seizing its equipment and trains.
Christine Altman, who has held the District 1 seat since 2002, faces a challenger who promises to make county commissioner his only job if he’s elected.
The sheriff’s office opened an investigation Sunday after Steve Schwartz, an incumbent candidate for Hamilton County Council District 3, turned over photographs of his opponent’s wife removing his campaign signs from property near Morse Reservoir.
A developer and the city of Elwood have broken ground on what is expected to be the largest residential development in the community of 8,500 people about 20 miles northeast of Noblesville.
The smoothie and restaurant chain plans to open two stores in Hamilton County in 2019. The franchisee is targeting Carmel and Fishers.
The wife of a county council candidate was captured on camera taking her husband’s opponents’ signs from farmland near a Noblesville intersection. She denies wrongdoing.
Of Student Connections’ 58 employees in Indianapolis, 42 are expected to keep their jobs after the acquisition.
Ten candidates are running in the primary contests for the three seats in GOP-leaning Hamilton County, including two Democrats.