The complaint says Boone County blocked a resident from the county’s Facebook page after he wrote his voting plans for the May 3 election.
Boone County officials tout Lilly’s $2.1B manufacturing plan as a ‘game-changer’
Lebanon Mayor Matt Gentry called Eli Lilly’s plans to build two pharmaceutical manufacturing sites “transformational” for his city.Read More
Developer proposes 358-unit apartment project at Noblesville’s Hyde Park
Hyde Park Towns and Flats would be built on 17.4 acres of land west of Hamilton Town Center at the southwest corner of East 141st Street and Brooks School Road.Read More
Carmel home of late philanthropist Harrison Eiteljorg goes on market for $1.65M
The home, constructed in 1940, sits in a 4.3-acre wooded, gated estate at 9950 Spring Mill Road. The 12-room house includes five bedrooms and offers panoramic views.Read More
Westfield latest Hamilton County city to consider second-class status
The Westfield City Council plans to discuss a proposed ordinance at its meeting Monday night to change the city from third-class to second-class status—a move that would expand the council from seven to nine members and make other governing changes.Read More
Host Mason King talks with Myers about how Greenwood is changing, but also about his life, which has included working for his parents’ ambulance business, as a police detective, a missionary and in security for a foreign embassy.
The new Central Indiana Regional Development Authority initially would include Anderson, Carmel, Fishers, Indianapolis, McCordsville, Noblesville, Westfield and Zionsville.
Plans for the development include a 69-acre equestrian exhibition center and 25 or so custom home lots priced at $1.2 million and up.
The construction is happening at a time libraries play an increasingly wide-ranging role in the communities they serve.
The $92 million, mixed-use redevelopment project is taking shape on a 19-acre site downtown after nearly a decade of planning.
Two newly redrawn Indiana House districts in Indianapolis’ northern suburbs have attracted a total of six Republican candidates looking to advance to November’s general election.
A smart-home automation business is set to take over one of zWorks’ buildings after the coworking center consolidates into one location.
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 project would include at least one hotel, light industrial space, a travel plaza, a bank, a MedCheck, a recreational vehicle stopover, restaurants and a dog park.
Matt Gentry talks with host Mason King about balancing the need for Lebanon to embrace change with efforts to ensure the Boone County community retains its character.
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.
Some of the workers had to be pulled out of the collapsed structure, said Whiteland Fire Chief Eric Funkhouser.
In 1952, an IU fraternity hired Mies, a pioneer of modernist architecture, to design a residence building near the intersection of 3rd Street and Indiana Avenue south of Dunn’s Woods. The project didn’t move forward, but IU resurfaced the plans decades later for its architecture school.
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.