Zionsville gallery owners are stepping up their collective marketing efforts as Carmel’s Arts and Design District has landed a new wave of artists and gallery owners over the past five months.
Gov. Mitch Daniels has appointed Boone Circuit Court Judge Steven David to the Indiana Supreme Court.
The talk of the town back in 1929, the Mediterranean-style house at 118 Ulen Blvd. is now simply home for husband and wife
Gary Katona and Jennifer Jones-Katona, former Indianapolis city dwellers who retreated to the quiet “town within a town”
15 years ago.
The decision by Girl Scouts to divest the camps follows a consolidation among Girl Scouts councils nationwide in 2007 that
left the local council with a much bigger service area and more real estate.
Connecting rural bus systems with one another and with IndyGo must happen before commuter rail becomes a reality.
Christmas and July harmonize like a blizzard on Independence Day, but the summer months are perhaps the most vital for Tom
Dull and his wife, Kerry, who raise 23,000 Christmas trees on their peaceful farm in Thorntown.
CEO Deborah Hearn Smith said the move will eventually bring a cost savings, but it has other benefits.
The Girl Scouts of Central Indiana says a study found that the four sites need significant renovations to reach current safety
The pharmacy benefits manager, which has major operations in Whitestown, said fourth quarter profit rose 24 percent.
A Lebanon-based startup wants to build a call center here and add up to 300 jobs, but state and local officials are struggling
with a big obstacle to keeping the company here.
A Zionsville firm that manages employers’ wireless devices plans expansion, new jobs. Clients
such Fortune 500 companies as Intel, Oracle, Ford Motor Co.
Counties wanting to speed traffic among suburbs are building highways to avoid having to travel into Indianapolis. The result,
a 100-mile outer loop beyond Interstate 465, won’t be completed for years, and it won’t be built to consistent standards,
but it might help ease congestion.
IndyGo, for all its faults, is the Cadillac of transit systems in the Indianapolis region. Service breaks at county lines
and the absence of passenger shelters are among the deficiencies facing transit systems in surrounding counties.
The Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority, IndyGo and other Indianapolis-area transit groups are the subject of
a study that could result in them being reorganized.
Creating a self-contained community on 1,700 acres of farmland could take much longer than the 15 to 20 years Duke Realty