The 2,700-square-foot watering hole and family-friendly eatery is expected to open this fall in a 93-year-old edifice with the moniker Corvus-Black Acre Rotisserie, Taproom and Bourbon Bar. The post Irvington-based brewery planning restaurant, bar in Zionsville appeared first on Indianapolis Business Journal.
The goal is to make the products more affordable and accessible—and to reduce Indiana's high smoking rate. More than 1.1 million adult Hoosiers smoke, and Indiana ranks 44th among states in smoking rate. The post Want to buy a tobacco-cessation product in Indiana? No prescription needed anymore appeared first on Indianapolis Business Journal.
The two west-side projects would offer homes priced between $200,000 and $350,000, while the commercial component would restrict uses such as fast-food restaurants and gas stations. The post Commercial space, 365 houses pitched for Westfield appeared first on Indianapolis Business Journal.
For years, specimens from former mental health patients were meticulously labeled in scientific language at the Indiana Medical History Museum. Now, for the first time, visitors can see the human stories behind those specimens, following an intensive, four-year project. The post Museum reveals human stories behind brains, skeletons at state’s famous mental hospital appeared first […]
Union Row would target young professionals and empty nesters. Also: Cone + Crumb, Cake Bake Shop, Chuy's Tex Mex, X-Golf, CycleBar and more. The post Roundup: Custom homes coming to downtown Westfield appeared first on Indianapolis Business Journal.
Researchers at Purdue have won a $2.5 million, five-year federal grant to screen existing drugs to see if they can help attack antibiotic-resistant infections. The post Purdue researchers hope to repurpose drugs to fight deadly superbugs appeared first on Indianapolis Business Journal.
Westfield’s Andy Cook, who ran unopposed in the primary for a fourth term, faces a challenge from Libertarian Donald Rainwater, who previously ran for the District 24 Indiana House seat. The post Hamilton County mayoral races include one Libertarian, no Democrats appeared first on Indianapolis Business Journal.
The chain will move into a former Kroger store on the city's southeast side. Also this week: 16-Bit Bar + Arcade, Greenleaf Juicing Co., U-Haul and more. The post Colorado-based Vasa Fitness coming to Indy appeared first on Indianapolis Business Journal.
It will be the first out-of-state location for the gastropub that started in a Columbus suburb in 2012. The post The Yard at Fishers District snags Ohio eatery appeared first on Indianapolis Business Journal.
A research team says it has found a way to extend the life of implantable stimulation devices that help patients recover from strokes, Alzheimer's and other neurological diseases. The post Purdue researchers develop technology to help patients recover from neurological diseases appeared first on Indianapolis Business Journal.