AG offers opinions on new laws
Focusing on the demand side of human trafficking and the men who buy sex may be the best way to combat human trafficking, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller said during a recent stop here.
Phase one of Indy Connect would deliver 7,000 jobs
The first phase of the Indy Connect plan for improved mass transit in Central Indiana would create more than 7,000 jobs paying $1.5 billion to workers in its first 10 years, according to a study commissioned by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization.
Indy Partnership receives honorable mention from Site Selection
Site Selection has named Indy Partnership as the honorable mention winner for its 2012 Top Group award, an award that measures economic development groups across the nation.
City releases new schedule for ToxDrop program
The Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) recently announced a new schedule for Saturday ToxDrop locations.
Second solar farm approved at airport
The Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) recently announced that it has selected a joint venture group between two locally-owned companies, Johnson Melloh Solutions and Telamon, to develop a second 10-megawatt solar farm on Indianapolis International Airport property.
Indy Chamber announces search for new president and CEO
The search is on for the new leader of the Indy Chamber and the search committee is optimistic that the best candidate will be found in Central Indiana.
Providence Cristo Rey board members announced
Providence Cristo Rey High School in Indianapolis announced that John T. Mulheran, president of HCB Heartland, Inc., and attorney J.P. Hanlon have joined the school’s board of directors.
Indiana Landmarks announces 10 Most Endangered places
Indiana Landmarks recently announced its 10 Most Endangered, an annual list of Hoosier landmarks in jeopardy.
Demolition work begins on old IND terminal and concourses
Work has begun on the much-anticipated demolition of the old terminal at the Indianapolis International Airport (IND).
Family looks to expand stuffed animal operation
Michael and Erin Bogan’s five children are creative, to say the least.
Now ranging in age from 8 to 16, a couple years ago they started drawing monsters culled from their collective imaginations.
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