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Companies are giving employees more say in how, when they volunteer
Companies long have encouraged employees to volunteer and be active in their communities. But often that meant sponsoring a ...
Corteva keeps local workforce but growth plans aren't crystal clear
The front lobby has a new paint job, featuring lots of “bold blue,” the new corporate color. Just a few steps inside the ...
Scott Fadness: Regional investment hub will strengthen whole region
Is Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett’s regional transportation plan workable? The long-term success of our region can be ...
State lawmaker resigning to take job in Indianapolis
A Republican state lawmaker is resigning from his seat to take a job with Community Health Network in Indianapolis. Rep. ...
City to unleash millions in tax credits for ‘signature’ projects
The linchpin of several unrelated Indianapolis redevelopment projects—the new downtown Phoenix Theatre, the restoration at ...
Deborah Daniels: Women are valued in Indiana—just look at the Fever
The Indiana Fever are a treasure of this community. Winner of the 2012 WNBA championship and in the playoffs 13 times since ...
Hospitals look high and low for ways to cut energy use
Hospitals gobble up enormous amounts of energy. Under their roofs, hospitals operate retail shops, laundries, food operations ...
Dems seek best option to challenge Holcomb
The 2020 gubernatorial election is still 17 months away, but Indiana Democrats already are trying to find a candidate who has ...
Downtown architecture firm plans move, mixed-use project on College Avenue
A downtown architecture firm plans to sell its headquarters in favor of building a mixed-use development nearby along College ...
Developer investing $30M to buy, rehab Nora apartment complex
Indianapolis-based TWG Development intends to sink nearly $30 million into acquiring and renovating an apartment complex in ...
Letter: Private student loans also problematic
The May 10 Economic Analysis column, “Nation’s student loan crisis was created by government,” makes a patently false claim: “98% of private loans are repaid, and banks make a normal rate of return.” ...
Q&A with Ethan Ethan Hochstein: Cultural Trail horticulture manager
You probably think of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail as a place for walking and bicycling. But the 8-mile downtown trail also features five acres of plantings and 25,000 square feet of bioswales, ...