John Tuohy, Indianapolis Star

John Tuohy

Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Recent articles by john:

A landlocked Indiana town seeks riverfront status for alcohol permits. It's worked before.

As Fortville continues to overhaul downtown, its leaders are considering creation of a riverfront district to nab more alcohol permits. → Read More

What to know about the fitness club planning to move into a former Marsh in Fishers

A fitness club plans to move into a former Marsh supermarket in Fishers, continuing a trend in big-box grocery conversions. → Read More

Here's how much wealthier Hamilton County residents are than the average Hoosier

The poverty rate in Hamilton is 4.7% while statewide it is 14.1%. Unemployment is at 2.3% in Hamilton County compared to 3.2% for Indiana. → Read More

Rebuilt Logan Street bridge with sidewalks is now open

The bridge will provide what officials called a much-needed pedestrian link between the courthouse square and the redeveloping White River banks. → Read More

4-year-old rescued after sledding onto icy pond in Fishers

A 4-year-old girl who sledded onto a frozen but rapidly melting pond over the weekend was rescued by Fishers firefighters. → Read More

Hamilton County deputy prosecutor arrested for DUI

A Hamilton County deputy prosecutor was arrested for drunken driving after crashing her car in Tipton County Tuesday night. → Read More

Roncalli High teacher suspended with pay after student alleges assault

Police are investigating after a Roncalli student alleged a faculty member assaulted him. → Read More

Geist homeowners take first step toward tax district

Geist homeowners have taken a vital first step toward forming a board to raise taxes and fees to clean their reservoir of algae and pollutants. → Read More

Home improvement scammers ordered to pay $1.2M in damages

A man and women were ordered to pay $1.2 million in fines, damages and restitution in Hamilton County home improvement scam. → Read More

Retired IMPD commander to head Noblesville public safety

Retired IMPD commander Chad Knecht to head Noblesville's newly created public safety director job under incoming mayor Chris Jensen → Read More

Could a Democrat win a Carmel City Council seat? Perhaps in the West district

A Democrat has a shot at winning a City Council seat in a district Donnelly won in 2018. → Read More

Homeowners near the Nickel Plate Trail are worried about privacy. This money could help.

The Nickel Plate Trail will run from 38th Street in Indianapolis, through Fishers and into Noblesville at 146th Street. → Read More

Preparations start on another Geist Reservoir

Citizens Energy will begin preliminary work later this year to covert a quarry in Geist into a reservoir for drinking water. → Read More

Korean barbecue and honey-Sriracha chicken wings: Fishers Test Kitchen get new chefs

Upstart chefs with disparate backgrounds will serve up Asian dumplings, California comfort food and Korean barbecue at the Fishers Test Kitchen → Read More

Construction on an important Hamilton County route is about to cause serious headaches

Construction officially began Monday on a $126 million project to makeover busy Ind. 37 into an expressway-style thoroughfare with roundabout exits. → Read More

Hamilton County wants heavy fines for leaving pets unprotected in extreme hot, cold

Hamilton County commissioners have proposed heavy fines for leaving pets unprotected in extreme hot, cold weather, plus bans on backyard breeders. → Read More

Indianapolis mother who lived 10 years with ALS and wrote about it dies at 43

Jenni Berebitsky, who outlived her doctor's dire prognosis by nearly nine years, all with a tireless sense of humor, died Thursday. → Read More

New apartments are coming to Fishers, but the city still needs more rentals. Here’s why.

About 15 percent of the dwellings in Fishers are rentals. That's the second-lowest percentage in Indiana. The city city says it needs more apartments. → Read More

From Johnny Cash to Albert Einstein, Geist estate sale features pricey novelties

From Johnny Cash to Albert Einstein, Geist estate sale features pricey novelties and collectibles. → Read More

A test kitchen at the Yard in Fishers will borrow from high-tech co-working space

Launch Fishers model to guide chefs in Fishers Test Kitchen at the Yard → Read More