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Hoosier Salon , the 89-year-old organization devoted to "inspiring Indiana artists" and furnishing them with "an outlet and profitable market," is moving its Broad Ripple gallery to Carmel.
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17 hrs ago | Indianapolis Business News
A wave of bank branch closures following the financial crisis appears to have accelerated nationally and in the metro area.
Have questions about caring for a family member? Contact CICO's Aging & Disability Resource Center 254-3660 432-2422 Relay Service: 711 Also, save the date: CICOA's 40th anniversary celebration Sat., Oct. 18 The Crane Bay, 551 W. Merrill St., Indianapolis On Thursday morning in Carmel, several hundred people packed a banquet hall to celebrate Mark ... (more)
There was excitement in the air of the Prairie View Golf Club on April 16as more than a 100 people piled into the clubhouse to listen to a presentation on new developments for northeast Carmel that had been organized by City Councilor Sue Finkam.
Among those making the trip were Franklin City Administrator Eric Stuckey, Alderman Brandy Blanton, Vice Mayor Pearl Bransford, and Alderman Beverly Burger, along with business leaders such as Andy Marshall of Puckett's Gro.
Pedcor Investments, based in Carmel, Ind., which wants to build a 60-unit workforce housing complex on 4.5 acres at First Street and Pearl Street, presented its concept plan Village Board members on Tuesday.
That's what members of the Hoosier Salon board and the Carmel City Center Community Development Corporation must be thinking after the two sides finally secured an agreement to move the famous art gallery from Broad Ripple to Carmel.
As more snow fell in the Indianapolis area on Tuesday, cities and towns throughout Central Indiana are still scrambling to fund a massive snow fighting effort driven by an exceptionally brutal winter.
Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School, one of the state's Four Star schools will be sending 15 students to Swaziland, southern Africa, this school year to engage in disease prevention initiatives.
Lt. Col. Oliver North, silhouetted against a picture of a U.S. Navy corpsman carrying a wounded Iraqi soldier to a helicopter during the War in Iraq, speaks to residents and guests at The Barrington of Carmel, a senior retirement community, on Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
Are you a fan of "The Voice" or "American Idol"? If you love vocal talent shows, you will love the upcoming showcase of performers from the Midwest School of Voice.
Plans call for the construction of a new Horizon Bank this year at the northwest corner of Old Meridian and Carmel Drive, across from Meijer.
Leslie Haines was one of the most gifted - but unsung - native sons of Carmel, and he was a man ahead of his time.
Equal Development, a company based in Carmel, Ind., is planning to turn the 12-story building at LaSalle Avenue and Main Street into 48 apartments for musicians, painters, photographers, chefs, writers and other artists.
An Indiana University student's appearance on "Wheel of Fortune" got a lot of attention over the weekend for all the wrong reasons.