When Justin Grimes needed his two young children’s ears examined a few weeks ago, he didn’t take them to the pediatrician’s office, a hospital, or even a walk-in clinic near his home in northern Fishers.
Investors couldn’t have asked for much more in 2019, as the decade-long economic expansion rolled on and stock indexes hit record highs.
After finding the need for civil legal assistance in the United States is widespread across all income levels — and perhaps spread wider than previously thought — The Pew Charitable Trusts sees a need for new solutions to addressing the problems experienced by many individuals and families.
Nearly a dozen government institutions throughout Indiana have reported a cyberattack in recent years.
Indiana is positioning itself to be the epicenter for the new 5G wireless technology that experts say will be revolutionary.
An art house cinema and restaurant that have been in the works for more than two years are set to open in early 2020 in the Windsor Park neighborhood.
A local developer wants to transform a pair of parking lots at the southeast corner of 18th and Illinois streets — about a block east of Methodist Hospital — into a 195-unit apartment project.
Intelligent Fiber Network has spent the last 18 months rebranding — including a name change that telegraphs its growth plans — and ramping up its marketing.
A local developer plans to raze a 95-year-old building in the Lockerbie Square neighborhood to make way for a new residential development and separate, six-floor storage facility.
It’s been more than two years since the city and state chose four developers to build 500 affordable housing units — including some reserved for people experiencing homelessness — around Indianapolis using federal tax credits.