The Secretary of State’s Securities Division announced the action Tuesday against VoCare Inc. and three of its officers.
Indianapolis Executive Airport completes runway extension project
The $15.2 million project extended the airport’s runway from 5,500 feet to 7,001 feet. Officials held a ribbon cutting and a ceremonial first takeoff and landing on Tuesday.Read More
Henke Development planning 350-acre, nature-focused community in Zionsville
Single-family houses at Bradley Ridge would range in price from $1 million to $3 million, while townhouses would cost $800,000 to $850,000.Read More
Subaru planning distribution facility at 1.1M-square-foot warehouse in Zionsville
Plans call for the the warehouse, called Park 267, to be built on a 76-acre site. About 130 employees would work at the facility.Read More
IBJ Podcast: Couple behind Wild Birds Unlimited risked $5.5M to turn golf course into Zionsville nature preserve
Jim and Nancy Carpenter explain why they took a chance on buying the most difficult golf course in Indiana and letting it slip back into its natural state.Read More
The town on Monday issued a request for proposals from companies interested in operating, managing and maintaining the Zionsville Golf Course
Mayor John Stehr said last year that one of his first objectives in office would be to relink the town and the Boone EDC.
Established in 2005, Onebridge is a data and anayltics consulting firm that serves the health care, life sciences, manufacturing, financial services and government sectors.
Mayor Emily Styron objected to the council’s plans for spending money made available through the American Rescue Plan Act.
Elise Nieshalla, a real estate investor and president of the Indiana County Councils Association, will replace Tera Klutz, who is stepping down Thursday despite having more than three years left in her term.
Several councils will have new looks come January—including in Westfield, where every member of the council will be new.
Running unopposed in the Nov. 7 election, the former TV anchor is eager to move past Town Hall conflicts.
Logansport-based Security Federal Savings Bank says it plans to begin construction this week on a branch office on the north side of Indianapolis.
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.
Plans for the Wild Air development call for 399 single-family houses and townhouses, as well as 300 apartments.
Indianapolis-based Kendall Property Group plans to spend up to $6 million on a new building at Creekside Corporate Park.
Rahal Piaggio Indianapolis will sell motorcycles, scooters and mopeds under Italy-based Piaggio Group’s brands Piaggio, Vespa, Aprilla and Moto Guzzi.
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.
A two-term incumbent and a well-known former television journalist won Republican mayoral primaries Tuesday night in Boone County.
Eight mayors participated in the Indy Chamber’s Meet the Mayors 2023 event.
The May 2 Republican primary elections in Lebanon and Zionsville each feature a pair of candidates vying for mayor.
The Wild Air development would include would include eight different “block” areas with hundreds of single-family homes, townhouses and apartments, as well as some retail space.
Several restaurants and businesses have recently opened or are planning to open their doors in the north suburbs of Indianapolis. Here’s a rundown:
The insurance holding company says all of its systems are back online following the Feb. 9 discovery of a ransomware attack that affected several of its subsidiary firms. But it hasn’t yet said how many individuals might have be affected by the attack.