John Tuohy, Indianapolis Star

John Tuohy

Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Recent articles by john:

Westfield mayor Andy Cook won't seek 5th term

Four-term Westfield Mayor Andy Cook, who spearheaded economic growth but battled with the council and city clerk recently, will not seek re-election. → Read More

317 Project: Old hands guide community weekly publication based in Southport

The Southsider Voice is the familiar place where 60,000 readers go to learn what their neighbors have accomplished or how to to find a good plumber. → Read More

Bioscience talent recruiter moves HQ to Fishers, expands

A expanding employee recruitment upstart has moved to Fishers to tap into the suburb’s burgeoning life-science economic corridor. → Read More

Own a piece of the old Nickel Plate diner in Fishers to help a charity

Bricks from the old Nickel Plate Bar & Grill in Fishers are being sold for charity as Patachou prepares to build diner. → Read More

A 42-mile greenway loop from Indy through Hamilton County big step closer

Construction of the Nickel Plate Trail in Noblesville to begin in January, a crucial link that will loop greenways from Indy to suburbs. → Read More

'A beacon' uniting government and art, Fishers City Hall, arts center breaks new ground

Construction has begun on a $22.6 million Fishers Arts and Municipal Complex, a three-story building placing art and city business under one roof. → Read More

Greg Garrison wins Hamilton County prosecutor race

Long-time conservative Republican radio show host Greg Garrison is the winner in race for Hamilton County prosecutor → Read More

Noblesville hopes to boost development with new Meijer

Meijer is planning a grocery on State Road 32 on Noblesville’s west side in an area the city has targeted as prime for development. → Read More

Aussie bio-med firm make Fishers it's US headquarters

An Australian bio-science firm is moving its United States headquarters to Fishers. → Read More

BJ's Wholesale Club to open in Noblesville. Here's how to get a discounted membership

BJ’s Wholesale Club will open its first Indiana location in Noblesville this week. → Read More

Hamilton County eyes $63M fairgrounds improvement. What to expect

A revamped llama barn, new pavilion and gardens are just some of the proposed improvements in a $63M plan to overhaul the fairgrounds in Noblesville. → Read More

Bier Brewery to open taproom in Noblesville that includes dog park, playground

Bier Brewery plans to open a family friendly taproom in Noblesville that features a dog park, playground and open space. → Read More

Two found dead in Fishers home identified

The Hamilton County Coroner identified two people found dead in a Fishers home Aug. 31, 2022 as Chetan Bhardwaj and Pooja Mehran. → Read More

'Devastating': Late complication thwarts Mom's kidney transplant for son

Bags were packed and hopes high. But 5 days before Katie Sutton was to donate her kidney to son Jax, a complication. → Read More

Fishers, Indy to target Geist duck hunters. Tuesday vote authorizes police to respond

Fishers, Indianapolis and Citizens Energy are quacking down on scofflaw duck hunters at Geist Reservoir. → Read More

Fishers City Hall relocates during construction of new arts center and municipal complex

Fishers closed City Hall Monday and transferred municipal services elsewhere to begin construction of a new municipal and arts center at the site. → Read More

Utility hook-up will prime U.S. 31 in northern Hamilton County for development

Hamilton County will invest $45 million to utility lines to the U.S. 31 corridor as work begins to make the road a highway through the northern end. → Read More

Indiana woman's dog pulls strange creature from pool: A 7-inch hairless, bloated groundhog

An Indiana resident reached out on social media for help after finding the body of what appeared to be a cross between a pig and squirrel. → Read More

'A new platform for communication': Fishers entrepreneur launches tech start-up Spokenote

John Wechsler, founder of Launch Fishers and Indiana Internet of Things Lab, is thinking bigger. The starter-up of start-ups now has his own start-up. → Read More

HamCo parks has big plans for Potter's Bridge Park if gravel pit gets OK. But it's a big 'if'

Hamilton County Parks and Recreation plans three miles of trails and other features at Potter’s Bridge Park if the Noblesville approves a gravel pit. → Read More