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The building has been scrubbed and sanitized for use as a medical overflow center to house stable patients in the event facilities in the Witham Health Services network are stressed with victims of COVID-19.
Karuna Therapeutics Inc., a publicly traded biopharmaceutical company, is developing a potential blockbuster treatment for schizophrenia that got its start at Eli Lilly and Co. decades ago.
The development firm’s first foray into housing will piggyback onto an assisted living complex next door.
Mo Merhoff, president of OneZone, the joint chamber of commerce in Carmel and Fishers, announced her retirement Friday.
Emergency response officials answered questions via a livestream broadcast on Facebook Live on Wednesday night to provide updates on efforts in the county, which so far has two official cases of the virus.
Seven Corners, a global travel insurance company, is hiring and redeploying staff in the midst of the pandemic.
Local governments north of Indianapolis are closing or reducing operations at their facilities to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Here’s a rundown.
Carmel’s Plan Commission is set to consider several residential proposals Tuesday involving more than 270 new homes, as well as a rezoning of nearly 23 acres in Carmel’s central core for redevelopment.
The Westfield City Council might consider “reimagining” the city’s Simon Moon Park as a 24-acre nature preserve with outdoor classrooms, boardwalk trails, fishing piers, a canoe launch and a potential bait shop, snack shop or watercraft rental facility.
The combination barber shop and watering hole headlines a slew of openings in Fishers, Carmel and Whitestown. Also in the works: a new Fishers retail center.
Developers are teaming with the city on a $7.7 million redevelopment project along North 10th Street and a $35 million development west of Federal Hill Commons Park.
The special-effects theater is part of a year-long renovation of the complex that the chain said will drop the number of screens from 17 to 15 but enhance the experience of seeing a movie there.
A former landfill near Lebanon may see new life as the nation’s first mountain bike park designed according to the National Interscholastic Cycling Association’s standards.
The company, which pulled the plug on a smaller expansion last fall, was lured to Boone County by a bigger facility that will more than double its footprint.
Pulte Homes of Indiana LLC is seeking zoning approval to build 52 single-family homes not far from Ironwood Golf Club.
Carmel Clay Public Library Director Bob Swanay is scheduled to deliver an annual report on the library’s activities Monday during the City Council meeting.
From local restaurant Garden Table to the French cosmetics shop Sephora, retailers are setting their sights on the city’s hottest shopping and dining areas.