Looking to make some extra cash this summer? We’re rounding up some local organizations in need of extra hands this season.
If you’ve visited the Bottleworks District recently, the construction work being done on 20+ acres of the area is hard to miss.
To make the hot days a little more bearable, we’ve compiled a list of water spots to beat the heat.
Since 2016, people who live outside of Monument Circle alone have been impacted by food deserts at an increase of 21%.
The unique name of this west side neighborhood has an even more unique history. Find out how it got its “venerable” status, who it’s named after, and where exactly it is.
We’re breaking down how much parking the Circle City really has and what that means for downtown.
We compare our previous Municipal Equality Index scores from the Human Rights Campaign... plus, how that score might change.
The City of Indianapolis is working to expand its mental health crisis response, homeless outreach, and road improvement programs in the coming months.
Hoosier directors, assemble. INDYtoday readers have spoken + shared some of Indianapolis’ best filming locations. Spoiler alert: some of them are eerier than others.
This trail expansion will help link other new west side developments to downtown Indianapolis.
We’re giving you the dirty details on how to create a certified wildlife habitat for the bees, bugs, and birds in your neighborhood and become a more sustainable Hoosier.
There are plenty of picturesque spots around the Circle City, but which ones have that certain cinematic setting?
The Hogsett administration is taking over the financing of the $510 million hotel tower at Pan Am Plaza, but Indianapolis-based Kite Realty Group will stay on as the developer of the project.
Bring your furry friends to the first public dog park along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail — open from dawn to dusk ever day.
The 2023 legislative session is over, which means it’s the governor’s turn to sign bills into law. See which bills he’s approving and what happens if he doesn’t give a bill his signature.
After nearly two years of construction, I-65 and I-70 are officially open in both directions at the North Split as of early Monday, May 1.
Explore these dog-friendly places in Indy that span from places to eat, drink, shop, and stay the night.
Saturday, April 29 is the 10th anniversary of Independent Bookstore Day.
This project will be the latest redevelopment at Central State, among several others in the past decade.
Looking to join a community? Here are some places to visit in Indy that will make you feel like you belong.
We’re highlighting 12 parks that Indianapolis, IN has to offer — complete with Eagle Creek, Holliday Park, and Garfield Park.
Looking to celebrate Earth Day but don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered — whether you’re looking to clean up a local neighborhood or watch movies with friends.
It’s been a year since we first told you about the project — let’s see how the Pyramids are doing now on the city’s northwest side.
You can catch a screening of “Liminal: Indiana in the Anthropocene” during its six-city tour.
On Thursday, April 20, more than 75 restaurants will be donating proceeds to help end HIV in Indiana.
Indy will be the eclipse capital of the Midwest in 2024 — here’s how the city will celebrate.
We’re getting you up to speed before Tuesday, May 2.
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Up to 2,000 homes could be built in just two years with this process.
A total of 17 tornadoes touched down in Indiana Friday night, and now we’re headed into another threat of severe storms late Tuesday into Wednesday afternoon.
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