The program is designed to help those living through domestic violence recognize the abuse, escape it and then recover and rebuild, while also helping current service providers coordinate their efforts.
Football title game, big events could bring tourism recovery for Indy in 2022
Indianapolis tourism officials say the city’s convention and events business should be almost fully recovered by the end of 2022—at least based on projections for attendance and economic impact.Read More
COVID surge leads to contingency plans for football championship game in Indy
If a new surge of COVID-19 ends up spreading wildly through college football’s top teams, a contingency plan would allow a champion to be crowned without the championship game ever being played in Indianapolis on Jan. 10 as planned.Read More
City to invest $3.5 million in far-east side through Lift Indy program
The far-east area is Lift Indy’s seventh designee, after Mid-North, Monon16, the Old Southside, East 10th Street, the Near-North and Martindale-Brightwood.Read More
Apartment building on North Meridan sells for $11.4M
The 195-unit Meridian Towers Apartments on the near-north side of Indianapolis has been sold to an out-of-state development partnership that plans to renovate the property.Read More
Michael-Paul Hart hopes to represent District 89, which covers part of east Indianapolis and includes about half of Beech Grove.
Several Indianapolis-based groups are hoping to turn a spot on the White River into an outdoor recreational hub that includes a boat ramp, a parking lot and a smattering of event spaces.
Some 32 years ago, when IUPUI recruited David Bodenhamer, it was at least in large part to build an Encyclopedia of Indianapolis, a project that was part of the school’s 20th anniversary celebration.
Shonna Majors resigned from her role in the Office of Public Health and Safety in November, three years after Mayor Joe Hogsett appointed her to the position he created in June 2018.
The initiative will direct $3.5 million to the area to help aid creation of a supportive housing development, an affordable rental housing program, an early childhood education center and a grocery.
Under the leadership of new party chair Joe Elsener, IndyGOP has worked to build a sturdier foundation: rolling out a new website, maintaining a consistent presence on social media, launching a new weekly newsletter and starting a young Republicans Club.
Hamilton, Boone and Hendricks counties all had population gains of more than 20% between 2010 and 2020, during which time the census found Indiana as a whole grew 4.7%.
Chicago-based Cloverleaf Group now owns three retail plazas in the Indianapolis area. Pyramid Place boasts a high density of nearby homes, offices, industrial sites, health-care facilities and highway traffic.
It first closed in March 2020 at the beginning of the pandemic and didn’t reopen until March of this year, in advance of the NCAA’s men’s basketball tournament, which took place mostly in Indianapolis.
The multimillion-dollar project, in partnership with Purdue University and the Purdue Research Foundation, will expand aircraft engine testing facilities in both West Lafayette and Indianapolis.
Five years after Indianapolis’ 25-year streetlight moratorium ended, a city collaboration with AES Indiana has resulted in nearly all existing lighting being replaced with LED bulbs and 1,600 new streetlights being installed, the city announced Monday.
To stay in the Nora neighborhood, DL Lowry Salon is taking over the former home of the Indiana Lions eye and tissue transplant bank, which has moved to Carmel.
Katrice Hardy guided The Star’s coverage of the pandemic and racial unrest and led the publication to a Pulitzer Prize this year for national reporting.
The 112-store chain sells gear for hunting, fishing, boating, camping and other outdoor activities. The Indy-area store will be the its second Indiana location.
Eco Parking Technologies helps parking garages fill every space and provides valuable data.
State officials say no final decisions about a combined campus have been reached, but they are forging ahead for now with the prep work, including the search for as many as 120 acres to house the schools.
L. Fish, which has operated a furniture superstore on the east side of Indianapolis for decades, traces its roots to a now-defunct Chicago-based parent company that opened its first store in 1858.
The streaming service, called Hoodox, launched June 17. It’s run by an Indianapolis not-for-profit organization whose goal is to provide a platform for Indiana filmmakers to share their work.