The Fishers-based bank reported that the quality of its loans improved even as its loan portfolio grew larger. Much of the growth came from commercial loans.
Projects underway in Fishers, Westfield and Noblesville are aimed at addressing the lack of housing options for low- and middle-income earners in Hamilton County, but they will only make a dent.
Technology companies Ultimate Automation and Electronic Evolutions have merged to form Ultimate Technologies Group, which will be headquartered in the Fishers Nickel Plate District.
A not-for-profit group is taking legal action against Fishers, Noblesville and Hamilton County, saying officials violated public-access laws when making decisions regarding the future of the Nickel Plate Railroad corridor.
If approved by the city, site work would begin in early spring 2019, with construction starting shortly after.
Two lawmakers sent letters to the Indianapolis City-County Council this week encouraging them to investigate whether the city owns any portion of the Nickel Plate Railroad line.
First Internet Bank agreed to acquire 11 parcels on the south side of 116th Street for $10 million, with Fishers agreeing to reimburse the bank for land acquisition costs.
The city received nine proposals from companies and selected two of them to work collaboratively on creating a master plan for the trail through Fishers.
Ohio-based U.S. Rail Holdings has asked the Federal Surface Transportation Board to force the line’s owners to sell the railroad line.
The Ram's downtown Indianapolis location at 140 S. Illinois St., which opened in 1999 as one of the city’s first craft breweries, will remain in business.
More than a year after Mayor Scott Fadness announced plans to build a 70-acre waterfront park at the far-east end of the reservoir, the city can now move forward.
The new tech venue in Fishers gives companies that specialize in connecting devices to the internet the access they need to hardware, talent and capital.
RealAmerica Development LLC plans to build seven buildings near Interstate 69 featuring apartments that would rent to tenants earning about $27,000 to $41,000 a year.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is suing Navient Solutions, but says the Education Department is impeding the lawsuit. Navient has hundreds of employees in the Indianapolis area.
As the organization’s leaders plan for the next two decades, they’re targeting the 3.3 miles of the White River that runs through their property for new experiences and attractions.
The 3,800-square-foot restaurant will maintain much of the menu of the original but add Neapolitan pizza, flatbreads and other elements suitable for lunch patrons.