Indianapolis Business Journal

DEC. 3-9, 2021

Indianapolis is well behind peer cities in terms of land dedicated to parks. The vast majority of forested land in Marion County is privately owed. Leslie Bonilla Muniz explains how the Indiana Forest Alliance is trying to encourage protections for trees on private land so they’re not destroyed by future development, starting with an exhaustive study of forested land in the city. Also in this week’s issue, Dave Lindquist digs in to the new strategy for creating new restaurant concepts at Fishers Test Kitchen. And John Russell details plans by VillageMD, co-founded by a former Anthem Inc. executive, to use more than $5 billion invested by Walgreens to buy primary care medical practices across the country and open clinics inside Walgreens pharmacies.

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Sports: Hinkle, Wooden recruited in a bygone era

Wouldn’t it be nice if today’s college coaches had the luxury of doing recruiting as it was done by two of Indiana’s greatest coaching icons, Tony Hinkle and Johnny Wooden? Which basically was to sit back, throw out a few lines and wait to see who bites without having to beg or bend a truth?

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