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December 11, 2020
Grants will go to 26 groups by the County Option Income Tax and allocated by the City-County Council. They were named by The Central Indiana Community Foundation in Indianapolis.
Grants Went to Many Groups For... Read More
November 19, 2020
Next Level Jobs Help the Unemployed get Better Jobs
Next Level Jobs is going to help a lot of unemployed people. One of the biggest stories to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic is historic spikes in unemployed workers. Moreover, Indiana is not exempt from this ... Read More
November 2, 2020
An apartment complex was approved by Fishers. It is moving forward with a plan for a large residential community on 116th Street. The ... Read More
October 14, 2020
Hornets will Destroy: Terrible Way to Die
Larry Crenshaw, 59, an Indiana police detective, dies after he was attacked by hornets and allergic reaction causing a heart attack.
As a result, the coroner said ... Read More
September 25, 2020
Indianapolis, IN: Indianapolis, Indiana has raccoons in an abundance though there are squirrels, ducks, and rabbits all over the city. Additionally, other unique animals are around Indianapolis as well including badgers, flying squirrels, and foxes. Coyotes are present around Monument Circle within a few miles, too.
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September 8, 2020
Indianapolis, IN - The Soap Box Derby National Championships 150 plus entries from the United States, during the Labor Day weekend.
When I was growing up, I knew myself as a boy of extremes. Whether I was playing it too safe, or too loose, I never could find that sweet sp... Read More
August 4, 2020
Indianapolis, IN - The Indy 500 is moving forward as America starts its reopening process. As many are looking for entertainment, racing is gaining traction as it provides a safe space against COVID-19.
This Saturday, a doubleheader will kick off the season at the Mid-Oh... Read More
July 8, 2020
Indianapolis, IN - Rental assistance programs are being put in place to help over 11,000 residents. Many of which are facing evictions from the virus.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett spoke at a press conference on Wednesd... Read More
June 2, 2020
Tensions rose as protesters reached the Governors' residence in Indianapolis. What many would have expected a shower of teargas and rubber bullets ended differently.
When the protesters arrived, things were looking like... Read More
April 30, 2020
During the era of coronavirus, postal services feel the strain of increased workload. People order online and opt for delivery in lieu of visiting stores, most of which closed. While many remain at home, either unemployed, furloughed, or working at home, mail carriers continue to perform their essential function. Unfortunat... Read More