Carmel’s City Council members decided Monday to rework a proposed compromise between early-bird parade enthusiasts and businesses that are tired of dealing with the unintended impacts of their clutter.
Medical device manufacturer plans $37M Westfield facility, 477 jobs
Abbott Laboratories announced plans Monday night to build a 120,000-square-foot facility in the NorthPoint Industrial Park along U.S. 31 where it will manufacture a heart valve repair device.Read More
Carmel-based builder that launched during recession just keeps growing
Old Town’s sister companies are continuing to develop projects in Carmel, working on a large mixed-use development that will help transform downtown Westfield, and expanding their reach into West Lafayette, where the company is part of a $1 billion project being constructed next to Purdue University’s campus.Read More
Family-owned Beck’s unfazed by multinational seed rivals
A seed is an appropriate metaphor for Beck’s Hybrids, while its competitors in the fast-consolidating farm-seed industry might be compared to the towering plant in Jack and the Beanstalk.Read More
A Westfield developer’s plans for 68 acres next to Grand Park include a major planetarium and space science center, laser tag venue, jump park, bowling alley, indoor/outdoor go-kart track and driving school.
The solicitation calls for the garage to be built on county-owned land along Clinton Street east of North Eighth Street. The land is currently used for county employee parking.
Grand Junction Brewing Co.’s tap room and production facility, which opened about a mile away in 2017, will remain open.
Bub’s Cafe owner Matt Frey said the eatery will close Wednesday. He and his wife, Rachel, own the restaurant and the building that houses it.
BDX-Indiana, a sister company to Indianapolis-based Biodynamic Ventures, plans to create more than 40 jobs at the facility that pay an average of $70,000 per year.
Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard and Nancy Heck, director of community relations and economic development, requested in September that the city’s 2020 budget include $425,000 to plan for the festival, which would feature music from the Carmel Symphony Orchestra and major studio movie premieres.
The city council this week unanimously approved a new pilot parking program that is intended to simplify the city’s parking ordinance, which has been in effect since 1989, before the Hamilton County Judicial Center was built and Noblesville’s population surged.
The Center for the Performing Art in Carmel encompasses the Palladium, The Tarkington and The Studio Theater, all in the city’s central core.
Aptive Plc, a mobility tech company formerly known as Delphi Automotive, plans to open a $9 million engineering lab in Westfield, the city announced Monday night.
With a low unemployment rate in Hamilton County—2.5% last month—some employers see the inmates as an untapped workforce and are more than willing to give them a chance, helping inmates overcome one of the biggest hurdles they immediately face upon release
In a statement, Beth Henderson said she’s running because she cares about the district and wants to be a voice for its residents in Washington, D.C.
Gordon Food Service plans to hire and train more than 200 workers for the distribution center at hourly wages of $20 to $25 an hour before the facility opens in late 2021. Longer term, employment at the facility is expected to be much greater.
The Carmel City Council on Monday night unanimously approved a resolution to increase the county’s income tax by 10 percent to pay for 911 operations, joining Fishers, Westfield and Noblesville in supporting the tax hike.
The Indiana Family Institute and the American Family Association of Indiana filed the legal challenge to the so-called “fix” given to Indiana’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
CEO Jim Hallett predicts that 2019 will be the peak year for brick-and-mortar auto auction volumes, but company officials aren’t sitting around wringing their hands and wishing for the past.
Indianapolis-based developer Kite Realty Group Trust is asking the cities of Carmel and Indianapolis to ante up incentives for a trio of mixed-use projects in its pipeline.
The trainings are not a response to a specific incident but rather a way of being proactive, Deputy Mayor Steve Cooke told IBJ. Each day the city sets and enforces a wide range of policies that effect residents.