Taxman Brewing to open restaurant/bar in historic downtown building
It will be the first Indianapolis location for Taxman, which also has operations in Johnson and Hancock counties.
Report reveals drunken behavior, additional complaints about AG Curtis Hill
“Multiple eyewitnesses provided statements that Hill’s conduct was inappropriate, ‘creepy,’ unwelcome, and made many of the women at the party uncomfortable,” the report from the Indiana Inspector General's Office stated.
Belskus stepping down as president of Indy Eleven
Jeff Belskus oversaw the team’s transition this year from the North America Soccer League to the much bigger United Soccer League, and its move to Lucas Oil Stadium for home games.
Former IPL chief executive lands job at state's largest bank
Rafael Sanchez, who left his job as president and CEO of Indianapolis Power & Light Co. this year as part of a corporate restructuring, has been hired by another of Indiana's corporate heavyweights.
Local fireworks retailer going out of business with huge auction
A company that operated more than 240 seasonal stores is scheduled to auction off about $4.5 million in fireworks as well as vehicles and equipment later this month.
Permanent venue at White River State Park could mean more concerts
White River State Park Development Commission Executive Director Carolene Mays-Medley told members of the State Budget Committee on Tuesday that the commission wants to add a permanent stage, seating, restrooms and an artist amenity building to the park.