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Eskenazi Health Dedicates Street Named in Honor of Distinguished Physician

Eskenazi Health is honoring a prominent physician in Indianapolis history with a street recognized in his name.Dr. Harvey Middleton, who was the first African...

Citizens Welcomes New President and CEO

Effective today, Jeff Harrison begins his new role as President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Citizens Energy Group. Harrison replaces Carey Lykins as...

Don’t Risk Firework Injuries This Fourth of July

Fireworks are an American tradition around the Fourth of July, but a dazzling display can quickly turn into a disaster. An estimated 11,400 people...

Dont Risk Firework Injuries This Fourth of July

Fireworks are an American tradition around the Fourth of July, but a dazzling display can quickly turn into a disaster. An estimated 11,400 people...

Citizens Energy Group Develops 2.7 Billion Gallon Reservoir

Citizens Energy Group today announced a plan to develop an 88-acre quarry into the largest water reservoir in Central Indiana since 1968.  When complete...

New community initiative “360 Coalition” to be led by Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee

Mayor Greg Ballard today announced the creation of the 360 Coalition, a partnership created to address the root causes of crime by connecting the...

Monumental Mile Marathon returns to downtown Indy

The 2nd Annual running of the Monumental Mile will take place on Thursday, June 4, 2015 in downtown Indianapolis bringing with it a chance to see the...

The Mind Trust adds Indianapolis’ charter schools chief to leadership team

The Mind Trust today announced that Brandon Brown, currently the City of Indianapolis’ charter schools director for Mayor Greg Ballard, will join The Mind Trust as...

William G. Mays, founder and CEO of Mays Chemical Company, dead at age 69

 William G. Mays, owner and founder of Mays Chemical Company, died Thursday December 4, 2014. The Evansville native passed away in Indianapolis, IN on...

Indy launches $1.2 million summer tourism campaign in key Midwest markets

INDIANAPOLIS—For the fourth year running, the Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association (ICVA) is running a major consumer marketing campaign in the Midwest to drive...
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