You won’t find exotic offerings on the menu at a Sahm’s Restaurant Group eatery — nor will you find the restaurants themselves in foodie hot spots like Mass Ave or Fountain Square.
Carrie Griffith thought there would be a demand for her app, Little Nugget, when she developed it in the summer of 2015 — during her first child’s nap time.
Three more suburban communities are seeking to impose a food and beverage tax to help fund infrastructure, public safety and quality-of-life improvements.
Some of the biggest hotel operators in Indianapolis are opposing legislation that would pave the way for development of 1,400 Hilton-branded rooms downtown.
Aaron Fairbanks estimated he lived in more than a dozen houses during his childhood as his family chased the dream of owning a home.
It’s been more than 40 years since downtown nearly lost the Indiana Theatre building to the pages of history and a wrecking ball.
First, Amazon sold books. Then it added music and videos. Next, it moved into electronics, toys and software. After that came jewelry, food, kitchenware and countless other product lines.
The former Harrison College site downtown is slated for a $30 million apartment project expected to open in 2021.
It’s been almost three years since the Indiana Supreme Court launched the Commercial Courts Pilot Project, and in that time more than 350 cases have been heard in the specialized courts in six participating counties.
Stepping outside just a few weeks ago when Indiana was gripped by the Polar Vortex that brought subzero wind chills and dire warnings about frostbite, it could be difficult to believe the overall temperature of the planet has been warming to what many say are alarming levels.