Two square miles of Hamilton County where residents for years resisted becoming part of Carmel, despite being surrounded by it, are soon to become much more Carmel-like.
Kaelyne Yumul Wietelman remembers being a bundle of nerves during orientation at Indiana University Maurer School of Law.
Indy-based Defenders serves 2 million homes
Once-bustling Hamilton Crossing now filled with vacancies
Hammond Kennedy executives form Monument MicroCap
The email from David Hoppe, president of Gen Con LLC, the huge gaming company and organizer of Indianapolis’ largest annual convention, sounded ominous.
The thought of sifting through dozens of files of client paperwork makes Indianapolis attorney Bryan Stoffel shudder.
In a testament to the pace of change sweeping through the electronics industry, Technology Recyclers in Indianapolis has seen brand new, never-used high-tech devices come down its conveyor belt toward the shredder.
One Click narrows focus selling readers, prescription glasses online
A pale blue home with a wide porch breaks a line of gray-and-brown houses, snug beside a quiet intersection in the historic Bates-Hendricks neighborhood.