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    • Hub & Spoke Aims to Fuel 'Purpose and Passion'

      The co-founder of a $16 million mixed-use development in Fishers says the facility aims to have the biggest social impact possible. Officials broke ground Tuesday on Hub & Spoke, which will consist of a design center, coworking space and makerspace when completed. David Decker says the project is the first of its kind in the nation and seeks to help people find their purpose and passion and tie that into their vocation.

    • I on Economic Development: Qualified Opportunity Zones

      The 2017 federal tax reform package included the creation of qualified opportunity zones, or QOZs – distressed areas that offer tax benefits for developers and other investors. They were hailed as a potential economic boon... but how has Indiana’s economy fared so far in taking advantage of QOZs? And what does the future look like?

    • Inside INdiana Sports: Indy Thunder

      Later this month, the Indy Thunder from Indianapolis will be off in pursuit of a fourth straight national championship. But this team is different: it is comprised of the blind and visually impaired. The Thunder are the three-time defending champions in the World Series of Beep Baseball, a game modeled on baseball. Coach and General Manager Darnell Booker has more on their trip and about the game.

    • I on Education: Purdue Polytechnic High School

      Purdue Polytechnic is getting ready to open a second campus this school year for grades nine and ten. Their goal is to provide high-quality education to underrepresented student groups and increase the diversity of both students entering Purdue and workers in high-wage IT, Science and Engineering roles. Head of Purdue Polytechnic High School-Indianapolis Scott Bess has more on the second school.

    • Business of Health: Jane Pauley Community Health Center

      Indianapolis native and legendary network broadcaster Jane Pauley was in Indianapolis this week to celebrate the opening of another community health center named after her. Among the services offered at the Jane Pauley Community Health Center is mental health help. CEO Marc Hackett explains why this offering is unique and important to her.

    • IU Team Continuing Bone Study in Space

      A team of researchers from the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis has teamed up with the U.S. Army and NASA as it begins the second phase of an experiment heading to space. IU School of Medicine professor Melissa Kacena and her team of 8 students left for Cape Canaveral Florida this week to complete the second phase of their bone-healing research project.

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    • I on Economic Development: Qualified Opportunity Zones

      The 2017 federal tax reform package included the creation of qualified opportunity zones, or QOZs – distressed areas that offer tax benefits for developers and other investors. They were hailed as a potential economic boon... but how has Indiana’s economy fared so far in taking advantage of QOZs? And what does the future look like?

    • Inside INdiana Sports: Indy Thunder

      Later this month, the Indy Thunder from Indianapolis will be off in pursuit of a fourth straight national championship. But this team is different: it is comprised of the blind and visually impaired. The Thunder are the three-time defending champions in the World Series of Beep Baseball, a game modeled on baseball. Coach and General Manager Darnell Booker has more on their trip and about the game.

    • I on Education: Purdue Polytechnic High School

      Purdue Polytechnic is getting ready to open a second campus this school year for grades nine and ten. Their goal is to provide high-quality education to underrepresented student groups and increase the diversity of both students entering Purdue and workers in high-wage IT, Science and Engineering roles. Head of Purdue Polytechnic High School-Indianapolis Scott Bess has more on the second school.

    • Business of Health: Jane Pauley Community Health Center

      Indianapolis native and legendary network broadcaster Jane Pauley was in Indianapolis this week to celebrate the opening of another community health center named after her. Among the services offered at the Jane Pauley Community Health Center is mental health help. CEO Marc Hackett explains why this offering is unique and important to her.

    • IU Team Continuing Bone Study in Space

      A team of researchers from the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis has teamed up with the U.S. Army and NASA as it begins the second phase of an experiment heading to space. IU School of Medicine professor Melissa Kacena and her team of 8 students left for Cape Canaveral Florida this week to complete the second phase of their bone-healing research project.

    • Business Spotlight: Casey Wright

      Indiana’s Small Business Person of the Year for 2019 is the CEO of a Greenwood-based company. Casey Wright is the CEO of Wright's Gymnastics Academy and NinjaZone. She has more on what prompted her journey to NinjaZone and details on future growth plans.

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    • Baby Boomers Are Impacting the Building Industry

      There are currently 78 million baby boomers in the U.S., making up 25% of the population and controlling 67% ($28 trillion) of the country’s wealth, according to the Living In Place Institute. AARP says 90% of people surveyed want to remain as long as possible in their homes. The majority of those 65 and older remodel their home to make it safer and accessible. In fact, 45% of all remodeling work is being done for people over the age of 65. With this amount of data supporting...

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