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A 157-year-old brick house that was saved from the wrecking ball four years ago is getting a new home near a busy commercial corridor in... [Read More]
Speedway-based Daredevil Brewing Co. plans to open a taproom and restaurant this fall at the Ironworks Hotel Indy on the city's north side, 2721 E.... [Read More]
City code enforcement officials sent the company a letter asking them to halt their service for 30 days while the city works out a regulatory... [Read More]
IndyGo will receive federal assistance to help Indianapolis improve transportation access through technology, the transit system announced Wednesday. IndyGo is part of a coalition, led... [Read More]
NBC will broadcast next year's race, marking the first time since 1965 it won't be on ABC. Still, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has no plans... [Read More]
The publisher of Indianapolis Business Journal and its sister newspapers plans to relocate in March to the Indianapolis Power & Light Co. headquarters building in... [Read More]
The city of Indianapolis is moving forward with plans to review its needs for the downtown real estate that it owns—including the hulking, 734,447-square-foot City-County Building—and... [Read More]
Dave Lawrence is stepping down as president and CEO of the Arts Council of Indianapolis after 19 years in the position, he announced Tuesday afternoon... [Read More]
Indianapolis Motor Speedway plans to host a United States Auto Club dirt-track midget race in the days leading up to the Brickyard 400, IMS officials... [Read More]
Members of the Indianapolis City-County Council on Monday night overwhelmingly approved spending $560,000 as a startup appropriation to fund Mayor Joe Hogsett's new education initiative,... [Read More]
Bain Capital has agreed to buy Varsity Brands, the owner of Indianapolis-based Herff Jones, in a deal estimated at $2.5 billion. Bain, which will acquire... [Read More]
If anyone's looking for further evidence of a strong economy, here's a sign: Wealthy individuals and companies are starting to snap up used private jets... [Read More]
Indianapolis-based education reform group The Mind Trust has been chosen to receive a $1.5 million grant from the Bentonville, Arkansas-based Walton Family Foundation. The grant... [Read More]
Correction: A earlier version of this story incorrectly said David Lawrence had been in his current position for 19 years. Lawrence has been with the... [Read More]
A federal jury has awarded $15 million in damages on behalf of a woman who claimed a Carmel imaging center failed to identify a tumor... [Read More]
Indiana's suicide rate has soared 31.9 percent between 1999 and 2016, the equivalent of one suicide every eight hours. Nationally, suicide is a leading cause... [Read More]
Former Phoenix Theatre producing director Bryan Fonseca announced on Monday that he is launching a theater company on the city's near-west side, soon after his... [Read More]
A Carmel-based real estate company announced plans Monday to spend $8.5 million to construct an office building in the Fishers Certified Tech Park. The Hageman... [Read More]
A crucial vote to establish an economic improvement district in the Mile Square—which involved imposing a fee on property owners to help pay for improved... [Read More]
The Indianapolis City-County Council on Monday night unanimously approved spending an additional $10.8 million on equipment that will allow the city to better maintain and... [Read More]
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