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    • Ribbon Cut on Downtown Fishers Housing

      The city of Fishers and Indianapolis-based Gradison Design-Build have cut the ribbon on the first homes of a $30 million downtown residential development. The developers say the first section will have 20 homes, with a total of 50 coming over the next five years. Partner Joe Gradison says South Village of Nickel Plate gives residents high-demand housing options in a walkable, urban environment.

    • First Office Tenant Locks in at Bottleworks District

      Indianapolis-based High Alpha will be the anchor office tenant of a high-profile development. The $300 million Bottleworks District, which broke ground three months ago, will also include hotel, residential, theater and retail spaces, as well as a food hall. Wisconsin-based Hendricks Commercial Properties LLC Vice President of Development Isaac Bamgbose says a tenant like the tech-focused venture studio and capital provider will help create more...

    • Financial Crisis 10 Years Later

      It’s been 10 years since the nation’s financial meltdown…the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. Millions of Americans lost their homes, the unemployment rate skyrocketed and Indiana made headlines for both. So where are we today? We get some answers that might surprise you.

    • MonoSol Breaks Ground in Lebanon

      The manufacturer of a water-soluble film used in popular detergent pods just broke ground on its fourth location in Indiana. We talk with some of the major players behind MonoSol’s $72 million Lebanon project.

    • Behind the Gates at Crane Part 2

      Our month-long series behind the gates at Naval Support Activity Crane continues. This week we look at Crane’s economic impact estimated at more than $2B annually.

    • Trendiana: Hispanic Heritage Month

      As Hispanic Heritage Month gets underway, our Trendiana segment focuses on some of the best eats around the state from tamales and tortas to empanadas and enchiladas.

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    • Finch Creek Fieldhouse Preview

      The Finch Creek Fieldhouse in Noblesville says it's treating youth sports just like the big leagues! We give you a glimpse inside the new $24 million multi-sports facility, just ahead of its grand opening.

    • WFYI Chief Retiring

      Longtime WFYI President and CEO Lloyd Wright is preparing to retire after 30 years at the helm. In our (i) on Education report, he shares why educational initiatives have been a priority for him and the PBS station.

    • Inside KetoLuxe

      A health scare forced the owners of a Columbus gourmet marshmallow company to rethink their brand, while they transformed their lives. In the Business of Health, meet the women behind KetoLuxe…a new line of sugar-free, low-carb and gluten-free treats, spices and foods.

    • Trendiana: Hispanic Heritage Month

      As Hispanic Heritage Month gets underway, our Trendiana segment focuses on some of the best eats around the state from tamales and tortas to empanadas and enchiladas.

    • Behind the Gates at Crane Part 2

      Our month-long series behind the gates at Naval Support Activity Crane continues. This week we look at Crane’s economic impact estimated at more than $2B annually.

    • MonoSol Breaks Ground in Lebanon

      The manufacturer of a water-soluble film used in popular detergent pods just broke ground on its fourth location in Indiana. We talk with some of the major players behind MonoSol’s $72 million Lebanon project.

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  • Perspectives

    • Expand Your Workforce to Include The Deaf Community

      While there are arguably many minority groups that are grossly underutilized in the workforce, I’d wager that most people do not consider the Deaf community when thinking about diversity and inclusion strategies. The Deaf community shares a unique culture that is closely networked, but few employers know how to tap into this community, which comprises 10 percent of the population. In fact, many people probably see barriers for the Deaf community when it comes to employment...

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