Purdue brings continued impact to Indy 500

From the Purdue All-American Marching Band to the technology that fuels the race cars on the track, the Purdue presence at the Speedway is very big. "Purdue is part of the fabric of the Indianapolis 500," said Jay Gephart, director of bands at Purdue.... Read More

NFL camera operator growing Indy pizza business

Jeff Miner has a job just about every sports fan in America would really envy, running the SkyCam following NFL quarterbacks. But the COVID-19 pandemic opened up an opportunity for him to pursue a passion he's had since he was eight years old - pizza.... Read More

Local theme growing for Indy airport concessions

As the recovery from the pandemic continues, Indianapolis International Airport is moving forward with its plan to bring more local flavor to its concessions offerings. The airport is preparing to open the new Pacers Courtside Club later this week.... Read More

Coworking Spaces Seeing Benefits of Remote Work

As the two-year mark of the pandemic quickly approaches, there is no question businesses of all sizes have taken a hit and Indiana's coworking spaces are no different. However, in Hamilton County, all signs point to a bright future. ... Read More

Decorators’ Show House Goes Live

One of Indy’s cherished philanthropic traditions has gone virtual. The 59th annual Decorators’ Show House and Gardens won’t have its usual in-person house tours, but that doesn’t mean patrons won’t be able to see all of the hard work designers and landscapers have put into this year’s Fox Hill Manor.  Built in 1929, it was […]... Read More

Hoosier Craft Brewing Industry Faces Uphill Battle

Indiana’s craft brewing industry provides nearly 8,000 full-time Hoosier jobs and has over a $1 billion impact on the state’s economy. But like many other business sectors during the COVID-19 pandemic, it too has had to adapt to change. For some business owners that means offering curbside pickup. For others it means permanently closing their […]... Read More

From Farm to Bath: Success of Simple Goodness Soaps

In northern Madison County you can find one of Indiana’s best kept secrets hidden among giant wind farms and rows of corn as far as the eye can see. If you blink, you might just miss the cute little red barn-style shop that houses Simple Goodness Soaps, a line of goat milk-based lotions, soaps, bath […]... Read More

INvestEd Helping Hoosiers Tackle Student Loan Debt

A new survey says nearly nine out of every 10 Hoosiers value education beyond high school. But with one major caveat: Cost. The average college graduate in Indiana leaves school with $29,000 in student loan debt. However, according to the survey conducted by Indiana-based nonprofit INvestEd, Hoosiers say they simply want help with financial planning […]... Read More