UIndy to break ground on project
The University of Indianapolis is set to break ground Thursday on a key piece of its $50 million development plan. The $28 million Health Pavilion will house several academic programs and provide health and wellness services. It’s scheduled to open in August 2015.
BSU to begin football complex
A ceremony is set for Thursday to mark the start of construction on a football training complex expansion. The new building is part of a $20 million capital campaign and is expected to be complete in about a year.
Comm. Foundation selects leader
The Decatur County Community Foundation has named Tami Wenning executive director. She previously served in several roles in the county court system.
Music for all camp set for Muncie
More than 1,000 students and school band directors are expected to attend next week’s Music for All Summer Symposium in Muncie. The Indianapolis-based organization describes it as the nation’s largest weeklong summer music camp for students and teachers.
EnerDel inks Hawaiian deal
Indianapolis-based EnerDel Inc. has announced a battery supplier agreement with the City and County of Honolulu, Hawaii. The deal involves eight replacement packs that will be delivered later this year.