Promontory of Zionsville would include 80 homes ranging in cost from $1.5 million to $4 million.
Former WTHR-TV anchor John Stehr to run for mayor of Zionsville
Stehr said his priorities if elected would include focusing on Zionsville’s finances, the town’s growth, public safety and mental health.Read More
IndyCar driver Graham Rahal reaches agreement to move HQ to Zionsville
Rahal plans to invest $15 million to $20 million on the project and bring 80 to 100 high-tech jobs to Zionsville.Read More
Roundup: Another chicken tender eatery arriving; ClusterTruck rolling out of Fishers
Indianapolis’ north suburbs are gaining yet another chicken tenders restaurant, but are losing a food-delivery service and a combination bookstore and bar.Read More
North of 96th roundup: Ross Dress for Less, new food delivery business plan openings
Several new restaurants and retailers have recently opened or are planning to open their doors in Boone and Hamilton counties.Read More
Zionsville Mayor Emily Styron berated a commenter she disagreed with in a profanity-filled Facebook posting following the school shooting in Texas that took the lives of 19 children.
In 2015, Stephanie Drewry launched a children’s cooking school in her home, with the vision of eventually opening a brick-and-mortar location. Two years later, she opened Sprouts Cooking School in Carmel. A second location is on the way.
The new Central Indiana Regional Development Authority initially would include Anderson, Carmel, Fishers, Indianapolis, McCordsville, Noblesville, Westfield and Zionsville.
A smart-home automation business is set to take over one of zWorks’ buildings after the coworking center consolidates into one location.
The new $20 million Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing team headquarters in Zionsville will open this summer.
The Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing lists 359 unsecured claims from customers with unfulfilled orders, including many for thousands of dollars.
The designation from SolSmart recognizes Zionsville for taking steps to encourage solar energy and remove obstacles for solar development.
Members of the Pearson Automotive Tennis Club in Zionsville receive training from U.S. Professional Tennis Association-certified professionals on staff, including four instructors who are in the Indiana Tennis Hall of Fame.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana decision stems from Zionsville Mayor Emily Styron’s decision to revise the job description of longtime Fire Chief James C. VanGorder.
Kate Drury, founder of The Flying Cupcake, opened The Lemon Bar in October 2017 in the renovated site of an abandoned garage. She cited staffing shortages as the reason behind its impending closure.
Company announces it is finalizing plans to secure 26 acres of undeveloped land along Whitestown Parkway.
Hamilton County will soon be losing a cupcake bakery and a combination bookstore and bar, but it’ll be gaining a Just Love Coffee Cafe and two poke eateries. Also on the agenda is the return of Flix Brewhouse.
Clear Software, founded in 2015, offers tools to help simplify and streamline business processes. Microsoft said the acquisition will help it improve its Microsoft Power Platform, which offers a variety of business-oriented tools for users.
Westfield-based Henke Development Group had its development plan for a nearly 79,000-square-foot clubhouse featuring a slew of golf- and non-golf-related amenities approved this week by the Zionsville Plan Commission.
Altum’s Garden Center has vacated its longtime site at 11335 N. Michigan Road in Carmel and is planning to open a temporary roadside garden stand next to the Finley Creek Vineyards Event Center in Zionsville next week.
If Allies Collective chooses Zionsville, and the commission enters into a project agreement, the headquarters could create as many as 150 jobs paying an average of $41 per hour over the next six years.
Stretch Zone opened its first of three planned new Indiana franchises in Zionsville last month. Fishers resident Ben Smith, who co-owns the franchise with former NFL star Drew Brees, said he’s hoping to eventually open locations across the state.
A trust overseeing cleanup of Superfund site north of Zionsville is suing an environmental remediation firm after tests showed contaminant levels in the target area were higher than expected. The company has filed its own suit against the trust.