The real estate development firm, which has been based in Indianapolis for 114 years, plans to move to a new $7.3 million building after reaching an incentives deal with Noblesville that was approved Tuesday.
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The Secretary of State’s Securities Division announced the action Tuesday against VoCare Inc. and three of its officers.
In his ruling, the judge emphasized that each side agreed about the need for more research on the long-term effects of gender-transition procedures.
Rust, running to succeed U.S. Sen. Mike Braun, was seeking to challenge Congressman Jim Banks for the GOP nomination in the May 2024 primary.
A revised bill targeting absenteeism would require schools to prohibit habitually truant students from extracurricular activities, and would also impose a penalty on parents who make unproven allegations against teachers.
Senate Bill 52, a Republican-authored bill that leaders of Indianapolis’ public transit agency say could kill the planned Blue Line, advanced out of committee to the full Indiana House on Tuesday.
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The Indy Ignite, a member of the Pro Volleyball Federation, are set to play next year at the $170 million, 8,500-seat Fishers Event Center.
The 110,000-square-foot facility is expected to employ 163 workers by 2029, Boone County and city officials announced Tuesday.
The decline in the consumer confidence index comes after three straight months of improvement.
The downtown location of Harmony Steakhouse, which is expected to feature modern interior design, will occupy nearly 7,550 square feet on the first floor of the building, as well as 1,200 square feet of patio space.
A mandate to require reading-deficient third graders in Indiana to be held back a year in school withstood challenges from Democrats on Monday—although some Republican lawmakers joined in opposing stricter retention.
Negotiations on a new revenue-sharing model have deteriorated, but The teams do not want to create a breakaway series of their own, citing the demise of CART when Tony George took the Indianapolis 500 away and formed a rival league.
Macy’s Inc., which did not release a list of stores it will shutter, also said it will expand its higher end Bloomingdale’s and Bluemercury chains.
Senate Republicans on Monday pushed the Legislature’s latest effort to improve child care access for Hoosier families closer to the finish line. But Democrats say the bill loosens regulations for providers and could put children at risk.
Applications for new home construction in central Indiana rose 77% in January on a year-over-year basis, according to the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis.
Henry, 72, was elected to his fifth term as mayor of the city of about 270,000 residents in November.
In nearly four hours of arguments, several justices questioned aspects of laws adopted by Republican-dominated legislatures and signed by Republican governors in Florida and Texas in 2021. But they seemed wary of a broad ruling.
One bill has been stripped of language on civics education to instead focus on allowing chaplains in public schools.
In an hourlong conference call with analysts on Monday, CEO Jeff Simmons said the word “blockbuster” at least six times as he talked about the Greenfield-based company’s pipeline products that could launch this year.