Kim and Todd Saxton: Go for the gold! But maybe not every time.
Q&A: What you need to know about the CDC’s new mask guidance
Carmel distiller turns hand sanitizer pivot into a community fundraising platform
Lebanon considering creating $13.7M in trails, green space for business park
Local senior-living complex more than doubles assisted-living units in $5M expansion
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Brewery, restaurant to open in Carmel’s Midtown
Fork+Ale House will open in the Allied Solutions building this spring, serving beer, pizza and smoked meats among other items.
Neighbors oppose Carmel housing project
City councilors will consider traffic concerns as they debate whether to approve rezoning for a proposed neighborhood at the northeast corner of Keystone Parkway and 136th Street.
Noblesville council gives final OK to two major redevelopment projects
The city council gave final approval to the downtown mixed-use project called The Levinson and approved financing for a project to redevelop an important intersection.
Staybridge Suites, Old Chicago Pizza on tap in Whitestown
Construction of the restaurant and a nearby hotel could start this spring after Whitestown planning officials allowed the developer of both projects to move forward.
Hamilton County municipal races getting crowded
May’s primary election is set, and in addition to three contested mayoral races, several city council seats are also contested.
Nickel Plate rail advocate announces campaign against Fadness
Logan Day, the former spokesman for Save the Nickel Plate, on Friday filed to run in May’s Republican primary against current Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness.
Westfield golf course once slated for closure gets new life
The future of Westfield’s popular Wood Wind Golf Club has been in question for years. Now, with new upgrades, course managers say it’s here to stay.
Fourth candidate files to run for Noblesville mayor
Vince Baker, Noblesville’s urban forester, has filed to run in May’s Republican primary.
Roundup: Fishers gets first art gallery
High Frequency Arts, Fishers first art gallery, has opened in the Nickel Plate District. Also: City Barbecue will open in Whitestown, and Chicago’s Pizza is opening in the former Stacked Pickle in Fishers.
Fadness leads Hamilton County mayoral candidates in fundraising
Candidates running for mayor in Fishers, Carmel, Westfield and Noblesville have raised a combined $580,000 for races.
Roundup: Fishers site to be redeveloped for office building
Shamrock Builders will recast the former site of Rita’s Backyard Tea Room and Garden Center. Also: Wendy’s in Westfield, and a tuxedo rental and clothing store in Noblesville.
Westfield could see wave of new houses
Platinum Properties, CalAtlantic and Pulte Homes would build more than 1,200 new homes on Westfield’s west side under two proposals.
Westfield hospital planning heliport
Riverview Health would establish the square helipad near the intersection of State Road 32 and U.S. 31. It would be used once a month or less, on average.
Fishers assistant named economic development director
Megan Baumgartner has worked for the city as its assistant economic development director since 2015.
Report: Hamilton County visitor spending up 11 percent in 2017
Visitors spent more than $820 million, continuing a steady climb in the county’s tourism industry over the last decade.
Downtown Noblesville project gets design tweaks
Rebar Development adds elements meant to help building blend with its surroundings and mitigate loss of historic buildings.
Roundup: Miller Auto Care eyes new location; Aldi opens in Carmel; Chipotle coming to Fishers
Miller Auto care is moving to make way for a roundabout. Also: Theatrical Avenue, First Harvest, Pies and Pints, and Dirtbuster Car Wash.
Carmel officials push back on Franciscan Health project
The health system’s plan to build a $130 million orthopedic hospital and medical campus might be rejected if Franciscan doesn’t commit to paying property taxes in perpetuity.