The Central Indiana Community Foundation's new five-year plan focuses on making Indianapolis a more inclusive city, a goal it hopes to achieve partly by training 5,000 community leaders and residents about institutional racism.
Debt payments will be due before all the buildings are completed. But Carmel officials say the delays shouldn’t cost taxpayers because of safeguards the city and the developer put in in place years ago.
White is the founding director of Trinity Haven, which will be the state’s first home for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer or questioning youth and young adults who have nowhere else to live.
Varvel will contribute a cartoon twice a month to IBJ's op-ed pages. He joins Shane Johnson, who has been an IBJ editorial cartoonist for seven years and will continue as a regular cartoonist for the publication.
Amtrak on Monday issued an official notice that it plans to suspend operation of the Hoosier State line, which provides Indianapolis-to-Chicago service, starting July 1. The state hasn't included funding for the line in its next budget.
Heartland has expanded its local production facilities multiple times since 2015, adding hundreds of employees and rolling out several new products, including a brand of cold-brew coffee, Java House, that hit the market last year.
Two columnists from two completely different geographic and political sections of the country, and both understand the importance of civic involvement and political duty, and not just for the biased and trend-following portion of our urban population.
The often-bipartisan Indianapolis City-County Council cast a rare politically divided vote Monday night on a proposal that would, among other things, spend nearly $850,000 to buy new vehicles for city employees.