North Carolina-based Bank of America has opened 19 area branches since entering the Indianapolis market in 2017, including a new one in Carmel. It plans to open at least three more by 2025.
Indianapolis-area home construction permit filings surge 30%
August’s jump in filings was aided by big increases in Marion, Hamilton, Hendricks and Boone counties.Read More
Developer planning restaurants, fitness center, homes in Westfield
Plans call for TowneRun to include up to 40 two-story attached houses and about 35 courtyard houses aimed at buyers aged 55 and over.Read More
Carmel’s Crooked Stick to host 2028 U.S. Senior Open Championship
The stop in Carmel marks the course’s first time hosting the Senior in nearly 20 years, and seventh time the course will host a USGA championship event.Read More
Just call Bloomington guitarist Mike Wanchic ‘Mr. Farm Aid’
The guitarist will do double duty at Saturday’s Farm Aid at Ruoff Music Center, playing in bands of John Mellencamp and Jim Irsay.Read More
Legal counsel for Duke Energy argued two cases before the Indiana Supreme Court Thursday—from both sides of the courtroom—on separate matters relating to where it maintains its equipment and facilities.
The project will give the building a new name, the Museum Experience Center, and add immersive exhibit spaces.
Multiple retailers, restaurants and other businesses have recently opened or are planning new locations in the north suburbs of Indianapolis. Here’s a rundown:
Stellantis, which makes Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles, said Wednesday that the layoffs are a consequence of the strike at its assembly plant in Toledo, Ohio.
Steve Buyer was convicted in connection with insider trading involving the $26.5 billion merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, announced in April 2018, and illegal trades in the management consulting company Navigant.
Plans call for the nets at Gray Eagle’s 38-acre driving range to be almost as tall as those used by TopGolf at its Fishers facility along Interstate 69. Gray Eagle also plans to build a 5,000-square-foot bar and restaurant inside a new clubhouse.
Logansport-based Security Federal Savings Bank says it plans to begin construction this week on a branch office on the north side of Indianapolis.
Kevin Paul, who owns Brockway Public House, Danny Boy Beer Works and The GOAT, is seeking to open Boneyard Bar & Restaurant in Carmel.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp., the state’s job-creation agency, intervened on behalf of the city in an effort to get the lawsuit dismissed.
The HSE school board also approved a resolution appointing Assistant Superintendent Matt Kegley as interim superintendent.
The company, which makes salad dressings, sauces and marinades, employs 230 people in Lebanon and expects to add more.
The inaugural APP Collegiate Championships and Midwest Open will take place at the 378,000-square-foot Grand Park Events Center.
The evening provided a rare chance to see five gubernatorial candidates among a friendly audience of wealthy donors and party faithfuls.
Westfield City Council member Joe Edwards, a lifelong resident of Westfield, died Friday morning at age 83 following a long illness.
Like the Indianapolis and Fishers Sangiovese eateries, the new restaurant will offer an upscale Italian menu, but it will have noticeable differences from the other locations.
As part of the Chapter 11 process, the retailer—which has a half-dozen area stores—closed more than 60 stores across the country, but was able to keep the vast majority of its more than 700 stores open.
Miebach Consulting plans to hire an additional 22 workers and invest $2.5 million in the Fishers project.
Paddock Place would bring the number of housing units planned to more than 700 near the future Eli Lilly and Co. manufacturing campus.
Beginning Thursday, Palladiscope shows lasting 12 minutes will play every half-hour nightly beginning at dusk and continuing through 11 p.m.