The “toxic” office environment at a small St. Vincent Health office had broken out during an unprecedented wave of acquisitions of physician practices in central Indiana.
County staffers have worked many hours of overtime restoring links between the computer software and county files that were broken in the hacking attack on Nov. 4.
A so-called ransomware attack has left police, fire and other government staff in a central Indiana county locked out of their computers.
While Indianapolis pursues major sporting events and massive conventions—gatherings that attract tens of thousands of people and score tens of millions of dollars in economic impact—many neighboring counties are chasing small and midsize corporate confabs, weddings and senior-citizen bus tours.
An environmental group that’s fought a proposed central Indiana reservoir says a study it commissioned shows its rival idea would bring tourism, environmental, transportation and public health benefits.
Leaders of Indianapolis-based BWI told the Anderson Redevelopment Commission that the money is needed to secure an additional $6 million by selling tax credits to investors.
Ray Harroun was remembered at a memorial service Sunday not only as the man who won the first Indy 500, but for his contributions to the auto industry, motorsports, engineering and inventing.
Home closings in 13 central Indiana counties climbed 9.2 percent compared with the same month last year, while average sale prices rose 3.4 percent.
An Elwood Community High School student has worked with legislators to author a bill that would lower the age that people are eligible to run for state office from 25 to 21 in the Senate and 21 to 18 in the House of Representatives.
The Indianapolis Colts will hold training camp at Anderson University for the seventh straight summer, team officials announced Wednesday.
The 254-acre Mallard Lake farm property became a well-known battleground in Madison County as the owner fought in court for more than 30 years to turn the property into a landfill.
Indiana lawmakers are debating ways to give money back to local governments—money that already belongs to cities, towns and counties but the state has been holding in reserves.
Officials heading up a new Purdue University technology education center in Anderson say local government money is needed to operate a section of the facility that's designated for startup companies.
Home sales in November tumbled 11.1 percent in Marion County, from 866 homes to 770. Hamilton County, the area’s second-largest market, saw a similar decrease, with an 11.3 percent drop.
The Anderson City Council voted unanimously Thursday to extend local protections on housing, education, employment and public accommodations.
NTN Driveshaft Inc. has been offered $5 million in state incentives to build an $87 million plant in Anderson that is expected to employ more than 500 people, state officials announced Tuesday.
Indiana Horse Racing Commission Chairman Thomas Weatherwax is promising to turn the tide on the industry, even as horse racing struggles across the country.
The Yorktown Town Council voted 6-1 Monday against joining the commission for the propised $450 million Mounds Lake reservoir, a week after a similar rejection by the Daleville Town Council.
The Daleville Town Council has voted unanimously not to join a commission that would oversee a proposal for a $450 million reservoir on the White River in central Indiana.