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The Hamilton County Health Department on Monday issued a pandemic-related public health order that in some cases goes beyond the most recent statewide restrictions.
Indianapolis’ north-side apartment market, which includes parts of the city and extends into Boone and Hamilton counties, could see as many as 1,862 new units come online next year.
The Carmel City Council approved new rules Monday night to provide additional review of the city’s art purchases above $5,000. Ohio-based Epcon Communities also received the zoning approval it needs to build 149 age-restricted homes near Carmel High School.
The Carmel City Council introduced a proposal on Monday to establish four new waterway districts that would allow the city to pursue additional alcoholic beverage permits.
While Democrats stayed holed up—relying on phone calls, advertising and social media—to spread their message, Republican candidates donned masks and knocked on doors, talking to voters one-on-one in ways that Democrats thought might not be safe (or popular).
J.C. Hart Co.’s proposed $32 million luxury apartment complex is expected to generate property taxes that would help pay off the bonds.
Also, in the latest North of 96th roundup, a barber shop and wellness lounge is planning its grand opening. Meanwhile, a Carmel theater has reopened and a Zionsville tea room is closing.
David Weekley Homes and Warstler Realty Group are planning to build townhouses, duplexes and eight commercial buildings across from Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville.
Fishers Public Health Director Monica Heltz is recommending a public health order that would impose pandemic-related business and social-gathering restrictions in response to a recent increase in coronavirus cases.
The Westfield City Council made no formal votes Monday night regarding the proposed Somerset development by Silverthorne Homes, Patch Development’s proposed concrete production facility or the potential for signalized crosswalk where the Monon Trail meets 161st Street.
A state-level review of Westfield’s 2018 finances found city officials failed to comply with state laws and guidelines when they entered into an informal agreement with Bullpen Tournaments.
A digital-media company that includes billionaire Mark Cuban as one of its early investors is planning to relocate its 53 Indiana-based employees to Fishers’ Meyer-Najem building.
In all but one county-level race, Republican candidates hold a mathematically insurmountable lead over their Democrat opponents. County election officials still have roughly 30,000 absentee ballots to count starting at 8 a.m. Wednesday.
The Hamilton County treasurer’s race has been steeped in controversy, including drama that surrounding prevailing Republican candidate Susan Byer’s firing from the county office two years ago.
Democrats’ increased participation and slight gains in recent Hamilton County elections may be part of a long-term strategy, but local party officials don’t think that will result in many county-level victories on Nov. 3.
The Central Indiana Community Foundation, which controls more than $800 million in charitable assets and helps direct the gifts from wealthy donors, laid out plans Wednesday for helping make the Indianapolis and Hamilton County more equitable for all residents.
A startup that’s planning to launch a $60 million drug-manufacturing plant sees big growth in contract manufacturing.
State economic development officials have pledged more than $8 million in tax credits if Aptiv can meet its hiring goals, but neither they nor the firm will share other details about the project.
The Fishers City Council on Monday approved two economic development deals that are expected to lead to a combined $96 million in investment.