As he worked last year to open his Sea Kings Seafood restaurant at 5523 E. 38th St., Martin Whitfield blew through his renovations budget.
Neglected neighborhoods in Indianapolis that have been targeted for development will soon have another way to attract investors.
Public defenders around Indiana say they need a life preserver made of money to stay afloat in the flood of child in need of services cases that has deluged state courts in recent years.
The local car dealerships Hoosiers have long visited when shopping to buy a set of wheels could bear new names in coming years as aging owners look to sell off their businesses.
Visitors to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway will notice that construction is under way on the $36 million Wilshaw apartment and hotel project — the capstone to the town of Speedway’s decade-long effort to remake its Main Street.
At breakfast time, the miniature pigs at CorVus Biomedical LLC’s farm in Crawfordsville get served a special mix loaded with more fat and cholesterol than a dozen All-American Slams at Denny’s.
The Class of 2017 graduating from Indiana law schools followed the national trend of being smaller than the previous class and posting better jobs numbers, but the Hoosier graduates moved in the opposite direction by posting a slight increase in unemployment, according new data released from the American Bar Association.
An Indianapolis not-for-profit that helps ex-offenders transition back into the workforce plans to construct a $10 million building on east-side property where it once operated.
At the end of 2016, there were 101 cases still pending before the Indiana Tax Court, the lowest number pending on Dec. 31
Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness envisions the future of his latest venture and knows just what he wants to see: