Indianapolis Business Journal

NOV. 4-10, 2022

Noblesville leaders expect a stretch of undeveloped agricultural land on the city’s southeast side to become Hamilton County’s next epicenter of innovation. Daniel Bradley has the details on Innovation Mile, 300- to 400-acre master-planned district where city planners hope to attract companies in the medical, tech, biosciences, pharmaceutical and advanced manufacturing sectors. Also in this week’s issue, John Russell delves into a trend sweeping the senior living industry: providing fewer services to residents, including doing away with daily meals and transportation, which can lower rent but also alienate residents who have relied on such services. And Susan Orr examines how IU researchers are developing virtual reality tools to aid in the treatment of substance abuse.

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AES should move to renewable faster

We are accountable for how we are taking care of God’s creation and have a chance to encourage AES Indiana towards a better future by holding them accountable for their promise of a true clean energy transition.

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