The desire to connect with people who are passionate about anything with wheels and a motor led entrepreneur Jay Farmer to open Motor District Garage Condos in Westfield.
Fishers prepares for City Hall demolition, new complex
Municipal employees will leave City Hall on Friday for the final time. The 31-year-old building will be demolished this fall so construction can begin on the $22.8 million Fishers Arts & Municipal Complex.Read More
Nevada-based logistics firm plans $28M Midwest HQ expansion in Whitestown
ITS Logistics LLC plans to expand its Midwest headquarters in Whitestown by 1.4 million square feet, growing its campus to more than 2 million square feet with 350 employees by 2024.Read More
Chicken tenders chain Slim Chickens planning at least 5 restaurants in central Indiana
Slim Chickens, which offers a menu that includes chicken tenders, wings, sandwiches, wraps, chicken and waffles, and salads, has about 150 restaurants in at least 29 states, plus the United Kingdom and Kuwait.Read More
UPDATED: Shooting at Greenwood Park Mall leaves 4 dead, 2 injured
On Monday morning, the Johnson County Coroner’s Office said two men were pronounced dead at the scene, and a woman and a man were pronounced dead at local hospitals.Read More
Two mixed-use buildings—the Wren and Windsor—under construction this summer are the final pieces of the $300 million development that created a new core for Carmel.
The high-end townhouses would be constructed on 11 acres of land at the Westfield Yard Planned Unit Development District near State Road 32 and Gray Road.
The West Lafayette-based pharmaceutical testing company has seen its stock price soar—and later plunge—following its announcement last fall that it planned to acquire Indianapolis-based Envigo RMS LLC, which breeds and sells animals used in lab testing.
The drink, flavored water infused with vodka, debuted just 16 months ago. The company operates out of Ferdinand, 15 miles south of Jasper, and the product is manufactured in Indianapolis.
The three proposed projects would add 471 living units to the 220-acre development south of Grand Park Sports Campus.
Westfield failed to become the fourth Hamilton County city to upgrade its class status over the past decade. A move to second class would expand the city council and make other governing changes.
City Councilor Adam Aasen said he wanted to make a proactive move to ensure animals from puppy and kitten mills can’t be sold in Carmel in the future.
A 64-acre site is expected to become a prime live-work-play spot in the rapidly growing city’s downtown once the development is built out.
The Noblesville City Council heard proposals this week for two separate residential real estate developments that would create nearly 130 new residences in the city, including more 75 high-end homes near a golf course and 50 affordable-housing options.
Several new restaurants and retailers have recently opened or are planning to open their doors in Boone and Hamilton counties.
Walmart on Friday provided new details about the massive, next-generation distribution center it is building in Hancock County.
Steel Green Manufacturing LLC plans to add to its workforce once it moves into a new building south of Interstate 65 at the intersection of State Road 39 and Enterprise Boulevard in Lebanon.
Lebanon Mayor Matt Gentry called Eli Lilly’s plans to build two pharmaceutical manufacturing sites “transformational” for his city.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.