Little League International announced Thursday that it had narrowed the field to five finalists, with three in the Indianapolis area and two in Illinois.
The Zionsville Town Council agreed earlier this month to issue up to $1.5 million in bonds to bring the service provider to the community.
City officials could create a committee to examine the impact of online lodging services. Carmel has come out against them, and state legislators are weighing a bill prohibiting cities from banning them.
The properties, in Carmel and Zionsville, had been owned by the late Dr. John Norman Pittman and were sold in three separate transactions.
The Boone County town has a population about a quarter the size of neighbor Zionsville, but new single-family housing permits filed for Whitestown have outpaced Zionsville’s since 2014.
Healer Health makes shoes under the brand name I-Runner. It’s moving its operations from Kentucky to Zionsville next month.
Creekside Corporate Park, which is filled with trees and a mile of winding trails, could accommodate more than 400,000 square feet of office space.
Lewellyn Technology plans to add a training center to its current headquarters.
Mobi Wireless Management LLC, which sells cloud-based software that helps companies manage mobile devices, currently has about 310 employees at 6100 W. 96th St. in Northwest Tech Park.
Jim Martin wants all event organizers and venue managers to throw out their folders stuffed with emergency instructions and upload all of that information to their phones.
The decision came in response to a recent court ruling ordering the town to accept the giant retailer’s plans for a store on a 22-acre property on Michigan Road north of 106th Street.
A local couple wants permission to list a garage apartment through the lodging platform. Some residents think Airbnb could attract tourism dollars, while others worry about safety and the area’s character.
The potential development, known as 200 West, would have included a mix of single-family homes, multifamily housing and a commercial section on a 4.3-acre property to the west of Sycamore and Main streets.
On Monday night, the Zionsville Plan Commission unanimously agreed not to pursue further legal action in the case that involves Wal-Mart’s initial store proposal from 2006.
Rush on Main pushes such staples as Italian beef and Chicago dogs.
Pittman Partners LLC had proposed a $90 million, mixed-use project known as The Farm near the southwest corner of U.S. 421 and Sycamore Street. It recently withdrew from the project, and a new developer is being sought.