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I knew I was in trouble when I heard myself say the words: 'Sometimes black people are too quick to play the race card, and I just don't understand it.
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The community is in good hands this year with local teen service projects ranging from tornado sirens, to Christmas stockings to bat houses.
Since Feb. 20, when The Star's John Tuohy reported on Martin Luther King Community Center's financial challenges and the need to temporarily cease programs to focus on restructuring, much has happened.
Area Realtors agree on these areas of focus because they match the top issues identified in our region-wide Community Preference Survey, conducted in late 2012.
The land, 97 percent of which is tillable, will be offered in 15 tracts ranging from 3 acres to 114 acres.
Bridge of Hope is inviting you to attend their Women of Hope luncheon later this month that will honor local advocate Linda Baechle from the YWCA of North Central Indiana.
At the meeting, board president Jud Motsenbocker from JUD Construction will talk about builder news from the state Legislature.
The practice of so-called "up-skirting" - or taking photos up a woman's skirt without her knowledge - is legal in Massachusetts.
It was designed as a safe place for Boone County kids ages five to 18 to learn and grow.
In the past week, I have had to deal with stories where a North Central Indiana tea party "leader" used a tamale reference with regards to a Hispanic state lawmaker.
By Andi TenBarge Supporters of competing plans to expand mass transit in Central Indiana say they've got differences to work out before the session ends March 14 but they're confident they can find resolution.
Indiana State Police have uncovered an elaborate marijuana growing operation in Central Indiana inside what they thought was an abandoned building on a busy road.
"With hardworking Hoosiers forming the strongest business backbone in the country, companies earn a competitive advantage here that they frequently can't find elsewhere.
Pam Humes is director of Covering Kids and Families Central Indiana. Humes says the next signup period won't begin until November 15th for 2015.
When Lauren Day was a little girl, some of her friends weren't allowed to come to her house for... Indiana Senate joins House in adopting new rules for day cares that accept tax money to serve the poor, but some differences remain A year ago, the conversation in the Statehouse about child care was pretty basic: Should day cares that use public ... (more)