Maria Caceres, who worked for travel insurance company Seven Corners from 1998 to 2016, pleaded guilty to wire fraud last year. She was sentenced to federal prison Thursday and ordered to repay more than $496,000 to Seven Corners.
Four apartment-dominated development projects totaling $324 million are in the works for Carmel’s central core. The projects include more than 1,600 parking spaces, for-sale condo units and new headquarters for two companies.
Four Hamilton County Council races are on the ballot for the May 3 primary, but only two will be contested when voters go to the polls.
The 10,000-square-foot gym that opens this month will include obstacles similar to those found on the TV show “American Ninja Warrior.”
The founder and CEO of Launch Fishers and the Indiana IoT Lab has announced plans to leave his leadership roles this summer.
The planned expansion of IU Health Saxony—which will be renamed IU Health Fishers—will more than double the number of inpatient beds. It will also add new and expanded services.
The county is moving forward with a $29 million, 18-month construction project that will create a roundabout on Allisonville Road at East 146th Street, with East 146th converted to an overpass.
Studio M Architecture & Planning and engineering firm KBSO Consulting LLC will co-own the $9 million building called The Collective at Midtown.
Hamilton County is planning to spend $5 million to construct the shelter, which will be managed by not-for-profit Prevail Inc.
The facility at 15193 Cumberland Road will house two indoor soccer fields, a training field, Indy Premier’s offices and meeting room space in Washington Business Park.
The five-story, 116-unit Hotel Nickel Plate, part of Hilton’s high-end Tapestry Collection brand, will be built in Fishers’ Nickel Plate District.
Inspo, a concept by Fishers resident Kelsey Murphy, joins One Trick Pony and Gordito’s at Fishers Test Kitchen.
Ozwell Fitness will feature a 2,600-square-foot retractable dome roof that will allow customers to exercise outdoors.
Abbott Commons would include homes ranging in cost from $325,000 for townhomes to single-family houses for $475,000.
The fast-food chain is getting set to add a Hamilton County presence to a local roster that includes existing Sonics in Avon, Camby, Greenwood and Plainfield.
The $147,238 project comes after the city had trouble growing natural grass. The turf, once installed, will have a natural grass appearance and “be cushioned for delicate joints,” the city says.
The YMCA is still looking to raise $2 million before a groundbreaking can happen on a new center near the Grand Park Sports Campus.
Kirk’s Hardware, owned by Bill and Carrie Prater since 2002, is set to close at the end of the month. The 133-year-old, six-floor building that houses the business at 848 Logan St. has always had a hardware store as a ground-floor occupant.
The Westfield City Council on Monday night rejected a proposed ordinance that would have established an advisory council on disabilities, similar to committees already in place in Carmel and Fishers.
Snakeroot Botanicals, co-owned by Square Cat Vinyl founders Patrick Burtch and Mike Angel, plans to sell plants and herbs and other products in Hamilton County.