ClusterTruck adds Carmel shop | Goat yoga regulated | Noblesville students get published

Tracy Heavrin shows fellow incarcerated person DeLane Emmons how to lay out a piece of fabric for a tote bag Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2021, during a Launch HOPE Foundation entrepreneurship class at Hamilton County jail. Launch HOPE Foundation is a program, created by Butler University professor Kristi Mitchell, helping incarcerated women develop business ideas. The business doesn't necessarily need to be in sewing, Mitchell says.
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Good morning, readers!

Business keeps booming in Hamilton County. Here are two stories our North team reporters saw last week:

In Fishers, a developer plans to build a 2-story office building in the city’s technology corridor next to the Nickel Plate Trail and will move its headquarters to a rehabbed building next door. The $8.8 million project, called Techway, by Rebar Development, will include a public plaza and parking next to the trail at 8933 Technology Drive.

In Carmel, the popular ClusterTruck delivery restaurant will open a kitchen later this month in its new home in the Kroger grocery store on Range Line Road. The restaurant previously leased delivery kitchen space in the old Max & Erma’s restaurant on the west side of Carmel

Have you seen a business opening or closing in Hamilton County? Contact reporters Brittany Carloni (brittany.carloni@indystar.com) and John Tuohy (john.tuohy@indystar.com) with details.

Things to do this weekend

💥Get your creativity flowing Saturday at the virtual Comic Book in a Day challenge with Nickel Plate Arts. Find help from featured artists who will help and coach you throughout the day. Find more here.

🎭Catch the premiere of “The Dining Room,” a comedy/drama at The Belfry Theatre on Friday. The play is set in a dining room with stories of different families overlapping. Tickets are between $14 and $17. Find more here.

🎻Enjoy an interactive concert Sunday from the Carmel Symphony Orchestra. Children can sit on the stage as musicians perform and try out instruments after the concert. Tickets start at $18. Find more here.

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This newsletter is compiled and written by IndyStar North team Jen Guadarrama, MJ Slaby, Brittany Carloni and John Tuohy.

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