The Fishers Sports Pavilion project was first introduced in April 2015, but construction never started. Now, a modified proposal with a $75 million price tag is heading to Fishers officials for consideration.
The 65,000-square-foot golf attraction at the corner of 116th Street and Interstate 69 is slated to open this fall.
Of the several rules changes in store for the 2017 season, stricter enforcement of the coach's box may have the greatest impact of all.
A plan to build a new house of worship in Fishers on land now occupied by the Gray Eagle Golf Course driving range and clubhouse has raised red flags from nearby homeowners and at least one member of the Fishers City Council.
The rapidly changing sports media landscape has left a hazy cloud of uncertainty over the future of the race. Its current contract with ABC runs through next year, and some experts anticipate new bidders.
The public course, an anchor for the neighborhood bounding West 56th Street in Pike Township, closed in late 2015 after the previous owner defaulted on a $2.4 million bank loan.
A handful of local businesses signal of a renewed interest in the once-ubiquitous pinball machines that used to be a staple in restaurants, bars and arcades before they were usurped by video games.
The tournaments had been hosted in Indianapolis for more than 25 years but they’re moving to Westfield for at least one year while Little League looks for a new Central Region headquarters.
The multi-faceted food-service company confirmed Monday that it has ended almost all of its involvement with the 400-acre sports campus in Westfield.
Andy Card, who earlier led the investment group behind the Jonathan Byrd’s Fieldhouse at Grand Park, said the new project would be able to accommodate sports including baseball, basketball and volleyball.
The Indianapolis-based not-for-profit announced plans Wednesday to launch the Kids Riding Bikes program in Minneapolis next year. It’s the second expansion in two years for the organization.
The overall rate of injuries more than doubled to 220 per 10,000 players in 2013, from 106 per 10,000 players in 1990, according to a new study.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s decision comes after four fans filed a class-action lawsuit in federal court on behalf of all ticket holders who lost out when the game was canceled.
All 251 bikes are outfitted with GPS equipment, so staffers can identify their location. And data collected from sign-ups for daily and annual passes helps staffers determine usage patterns.
This summer coalition of Indians reminds us of a truth: Doesn’t matter what language you speak, baseball can be hard.