Fischer Farms will use the funds from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to expand its own environmentally friendly initiatives and help other farmers adopt regenerative farming practices.
The newest of Columbus’ mid-century modernist buildings were built in the 1970s, meaning some of the city’s notable landmarks need expensive repairs.
Christmas Tree Shops Inc. is expected to close all 82 of its stores after failing to save itself through bankruptcy.
The New Jersey-based company has announced two large rounds of layoffs at its Bloomington plant within six months—400 workers last December and 150 this month.
Carpenter Nature Preserve, along Eagle Creek on the southwest side of the intersection of North Michigan Road and State Road 32, will be developed in multiple phases.
By the time it’s expected to come online in 2026, a Wabash Valley Resources fertilizer plant will be able to capture and store up to 1.65 million tons of carbon dioxide annually.
A $65 million, three-phase expansion project begins this summer that will modernize the 40-acre site in Noblesville and enable it to host a wider variety of programming throughout the year.
Numerous retailers, restaurants and other businesses have recently opened or are planning new locations in the north suburbs of Indianapolis. Here’s a rundown.
From a base in West Lafayette at the Purdue Research Park, the company’s scientists are racing to create environmentally friendly, food-insecurity-fighting crops through special genetic technology.
The state’s strength in agriculture, plus partners like Purdue University and AgriNovus Indiana, combine to make Indiana a competitive place for generating and attracting ag-related technology and innovation.
Representatives for the outdoor living-history museum in Fishers told the Carmel Plan Commission on Tuesday night that the project will involve developing a smaller percentage of land on the west side of the river than originally planned and downsizing a proposed hotel.
Hendricks County tourism officials are expecting thousands of visitors and dozens of vendors this summer when the county hosts one of the nation’s largest events promoting awareness and education of the American Indian culture.
Al Morey IV competes for Indianapolis-based Jay Howard Driver Development in the USF2000 Championship series.
Cities around the country are beginning to look at container units to address homelessness and increase housing supply.
Plans call for the Carpenter Nature Preserve to have enhanced wetlands, woodlands and prairies, along with boardwalks, a nature-inspired playground and Eagle Creek overlooks.
Fishers-based INCOG Biopharma Services Inc., one of the newest players in the $132 billion contract drug manufacturing industry, acts as a behind-the-scenes player for companies that need to get sterile injectable medicines to market in a hurry.
The May 2 Republican primary elections in Lebanon and Zionsville each feature a pair of candidates vying for mayor.