Noblesville city councilors voted for the hike on Tuesday night, giving the proposal a critical mass of support throughout the county.
Salem native R. Dale Lyles has spent 32 years in the military, including deployments to Bosnia and Afghanistan.
The decision sets up an election season clash between Trump and Congress that seems certain to exacerbate the nation’s fierce partisan divides and inject deep uncertainty into the 2020 presidential contest.
The trade war with China and a global slowdown have contributed to uncertainties that are clouding the outlook for the U.S. economy, now in its 11th year of expansion.
A 148-room Cambria hotel is planned for South Meridian Street, less than one year after a local developer scrapped plans for a hotel near the same location with the same brand.
The company says it did nothing wrong but decided to settle the case, which involved allegations of discrimination against female applicants at its Shelbyville warehouse.
The plaintiffs say the requirements jeopardize the health coverage of thousands of vulnerable people under the Healthy Indiana Plan.
The owner of Taste plans to reopen early next year in a new space within a mile of the former restaurant at 52nd Street and College Avenue.
Louisville-based Investment Property Advisors is planning 279 additional units and more than 28,000 square feet of retail space just south of its 9 on Canal project, to be dubbed 350 West.
The spinoff, called Sexton Biotechnologies, has raised $5 million in outside investment and will spin off in October. The biotech develops cell and gene therapy tools used to grow cells for medical purposes.
The U.K. Supreme Court court found that Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted to limit debate on Britain’s impending departure from the European Union in violation of Parliament’s constitutional role.
The national park designation has revealed itself in various ways—through an upsurge in logged visits, busier trails and the need to order extra custodial supplies.
British travel firm Thomas Cook declared bankruptcy Monday, stranding hundreds of thousands of travelers and prompting the British government to initiate what it is calling the largest peacetime repatriation in the nation’s history.
The decision means the school can resume holding mass and will be able to celebrate the Mass for the Feast Day of St. Jean de Brebeuf in October.
In 1914, Charles Brenner started manufacturing his first products—fiber board suitcases and traveling bags—in a factory on the south side of Indianapolis. A sign now posted inside Brenner Luggage’s last retail location says it’s closed permanently.
He notified Gov. Eric Holcomb of his resignation Monday morning. Chief trial deputy Ryan Mears will immediately become acting prosecutor and a caucus of Marion County Democratic precinct committeepersons will be called within 30 days to elect an individual to fulfill the remainder of Curry’s term, which ends Dec. 31, 2022.
The owner of Pace Air Freight, which specializes in truck transport of pharmaceutical products, is in the process of assembling land it doesn’t already own, including parcels owned by Indianapolis International Airport.
About 600,000 people were traveling with the company as of Sunday, though it was unclear how many of them would be left stranded. An estimated 1 million future travelers also found their upcoming holiday bookings canceled.