As Indianapolis resident Joey Myles was building his “forever home” on the south side, there was one feature he wanted: solar roof panels.
The 90-year-old Madame Walker Theatre Center is showing its age.
Despite a continued need for legal representation, few Americans hire attorneys.
It’s as true for organizations as it is for road-trippers: An out-of-date road map might not get you where you want to go.
Eight hours a day, Brian Hunter sits behind the wheel of an IndyGo bus, dealing with traffic, weather, passengers and a tight schedule.
Lids Sports Group moved into a beautiful new $22 million headquarters in Zionsville just two years ago. Is the struggling cap retailer going to need that space much longer?
The $1 billion hospital complex planned for 96th Street in Carmel is just the latest evidence that central Indiana’s health care construction binge is continuing full throttle.
Plaintiffs attorney Mike Miller has had some unsettling times in his career.
Passage of federal tax reform spelled numerous changes for wealthy Americans, but more often that not, those changes have led to unanswered questions.
It will be smaller and sleeker and — if all goes according to plan — might actually make money, rather than ending each year in the red or barely breaking even.