Workers continued hanging banners and organizing retail and event spaces downtown on Sunday in advance of All-Star Weekend, which kicks off Thursday and runs through the All-Star Game on Feb. 18.
Former Colts great Peyton Manning discusses football, business success at Rally
In a conversation with former Indiana Gov. and Purdue University President Mitch Daniels, Manning discussed his career, family, leadership and post-football business endeavors.Read More
Indianapolis sports columnist Bob Kravitz among layoffs at The Athletic
In 2018, subscription sports website The Athletic hired Bob Kravitz as senior staff writer for its Indiana edition.Read More
Noblesville City Council OKs project terms for Pacers G League arena
Mayor Chris Jensen said the arena is expected to attract about 65,000 people to Noblesville per year, which he said would equate to more than $30 million in annual economic impact for the city.Read More
Indy Fuel’s planned move to Fishers has been longtime dream for owner
The announcement last fall that the Indy Fuel minor league hockey team would move to Fishers and be the anchor tenant for an 8,500-seat arena was the culmination of two decades of vision and work by the team’s founder Jim Hallett.Read More
It’s a cliché to say someone who just passed away, as basketball legend George McGinnis did early Thursday, was a good person. But he went beyond that. He was nice to a fault. So nice, in fact, that people took advantage of him.
The formal announcement came on the same day Indiana introduced guard Bruce Brown Jr, who agreed to a two-year deal worth $45 million.
The developer plans to put a 20,000-seat soccer stadium for the Indy Eleven right along the White River, which is on the western edge of the former Diamond Chain manufacturing site.
The contract extension with the two-time NBA blocks champion will keep the team’s current starting five intact through next season.
White, who led Purdue University to a national championship, has a combined 15 seasons of experience as a player and coach in the WNBA, most recently as the head of the Indiana Fever in 2015-2016.
The latest ATP rankings have Ram No. 1 on planet Earth among doubles players, this after a recent career surge when he teamed with Great Britain’s Joe Salisbury to win the U.S. Open twice and Australian Open once.
The redevelopment of what is now an 18-acre manufacturing site downtown is expected to include apartments, a hotel, an office building and retail space—in addition to a 20,000-seat stadium. Keystone Corp. CEO Ersal Ozdemir said the project’s cost will likely top $1 billion.
Joe Drescher, 82, shared his landmark opener with 29 friends, most of them former students, spread over two adjoining suites along the first base line.
With owners and players unable to agree on a contract to replace the collective bargaining agreement that expired Dec. 1, Commissioner Rob Manfred canceled the first two series for each of the 30 teams, cutting each club’s schedule from 162 games to likely 156 at most.
Players and management started their eighth straight day of bargaining Monday at 10 a.m. and didn’t recess talks until 2:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Players attending the NFL’s scouting combine in Indianapolis next week won’t have to stay in a “bubble” as originally ordered after organizers loosened regulations Monday night after getting blowback for strict COVID-19 rules issued over the weekend.
Reich and his wife, Linda, formed kNot Today, a not-for-profit that works to prevent child sexual abuse and exploitation. Their foundation is among five organizations working together at the Super Bowl to combat sex trafficking, which is often heightened around major events.
What about the athletes who rise above it all to produce a statistical anomaly just once and then fade back into obscurity? How do we classify them? Outlier temps? Simply lucky? Or, perhaps, unlucky for not getting more opportunities to show what they can do?
The National Hockey league is temporarily shutting down amid a rise in positive COVID-19 tests among players, and with 10 of the league’s 32 teams’ schedules already paused and their facilities closed.
The vast majority of the league’s players—70% of active players and more than 60% of living retirees—are Black. So the changes are expected to be significant, and potentially costly for the NFL.
Clarity. That’s what October is for.