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    • Waterside Competition Aims to Grow Design Conversation

      One of the organizers of the Waterside Design Competition in Indianapolis says they want to elevate the conversation about design in Indy. The finalists in the competition to design key components of the $1.4 billion Waterside mixed-use development project in downtown Indianapolis completed site visits this week after giving initial presentations to the public.

    • I On Education: Franklin College Accomplishments

      It’s been a very busy year at Franklin College. From opening its new Graduate Health Science Center to offering a second master’s program and recently dedicating a new $17 million state-of-the-art Science Center on campus. President Tom Minar explains how the recent additions are part of a broader strategy aimed at producing graduates for Indiana’s 21st century workforce.

    • Mayor: Levinson Groundbreaking 'A Long Time Coming'

      The mayor of Noblesville says a more than $24 million apartment and parking project will increase the vibrancy of the city's downtown. Officials broke ground Wednesday on The Levinson, a mixed-use building featuring 85 apartments, a 300-space parking garage and 5,000-square-feet of commercial space.

    • Bottleworks Developer Bullish on Indy

      The chief executive officer of Wisconsin-based Hendricks Commercial Properties tells Inside Indiana Business construction on the $300 million Bottleworks District in downtown Indiana is moving forward on schedule. Rob Gerbitz, who last week announced new tenants for the project, says the 30,000-square-foot food hall should open next April, while a boutique hotel, movie theater and office space for Indy-based High Alpha are targeted for September openings.

    • The INsiders

      Each week a group of INsiders offer perspective on the week’s top stories. This week we’re sounding off on undercover video showing animal abuse at Fair Oaks Farms, Bottleworks unveils more Food Hall tenants and a new developer is on board for a major hotel and conference center project in Kokomo.

    • Inside INdiana Sports: IHSAA Face of Sportsmanship

      Even as spring sports reach their championship conclusions, the efforts to address unruly fan behavior – in particular, among adults – continues unabated by the Indiana High School Athletic Association. Commissioner Bobby Cox tells us how the IHSAA is trying to lessen such behavior through a messaging campaign called the Face of Sportsmanship.

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    • The Indianapolis 500 Insiders

      Each week a group of INsiders offer perspective on the week’s top stories. This week we sound off on the Greatest Spectacle in Racing, there’s a new TV network, new presenting sponsor and a weekend of qualifications that had fans on the edge of their seats.

    • Inside INdiana Sports: State of IU Athletics

      As he concludes his 11th year as director of athletics at Indiana University, Fred Glass can look back on enormous improvements to facilities and he hopes, look forward to greater success in IU’s two most high-profile programs. IU’s Vice President and Director of Athletics has more on the state of the art additions and a look at the state of IU athletics.

    • Saint Joseph's College at Marian University - Indianapolis

      Marian University is set to launch a new, innovative two-year college. It's a collaboration with Saint Joseph's College, which suspended operations at its Rensselaer campus in May 2017. Marian University President Dan Elsener explains how the unique Earn and Learn model works. 

    • Business of Health: Pill Box Pharmacy

      The state’s first licensed telepharmacy has opened its doors in Albion in northeast Indiana, and it’s expected to be a model for other rural communities that have lost their local pharmacies. It’s a growing dilemma for many Hoosiers living in rural areas. Pill Box Owner and President Greg Winn explains how it could be good medicine for other small towns.

    • Business Spotlight: Fishers Test Kitchen

      The Fishers Test Kitchen restaurant accelerator, which the city says will be the first of its kind in the state, is on track to open this fall, but it needs to find a few chefs first. It will open inside the Sun King Brewing location in The Yard at Fishers District. It’s one part of a $150 million mixed-use development. Members of the selection board explain the vision for the unique concept.

    • Around Indiana: TeenWorks Summer Program

      TeenWorks offers youth the opportunity to learn important professional development skills through summer and year-round employment, robust college readiness programming and support.  The organization's new CEO Nick Duvall explains the importance of connecting at-risk teens with meaningful first jobs.

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    • What the Fit!?

      Good fit in our work, relationships, and, yes, shoes – brings energy and joy into our lives! I recently bought a new pair of shoes. They were very snug, the salesman assured me they would stretch because of the material. I was a little skeptical, but I bought them anyway. This made me think about how shoes also provide some fun clues to assess good “fit” in work and relationships. Even stellar communication and conflict skills won’t make a bad fit feel good.

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