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Thanks to United Way of Central Indiana , a tutoring program is bringing volunteers together with those children in need of help.
In the view of the Indianapolis Star 's Neal Taflinger, "it's clear to me, at least anecdotally, that far more people enjoy classical music than are interested in plunking down cash to see a symphony orchestra, opera or chamber ensemble."
Farm Notes From Notes from the area and state Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/1tWWcOl Corn grows in a field near Middletown, Ind.
You've probably already started your Labor Day weekend. The holiday's changed quite a bit since it was first officially celebrated 120 years ago...and the country's attitude towards labor has changed just as much.
Organizers expect nostalgia to be as thick as the summer humidity for today's free, 28th annual Our Hospice of South Central Indiana concert at 6a p.m. at Mill Race Park, Fifth and Lindsey streets in downtown Columbus.
"Advances in diagnostics such as ultrasound, echocardiography, digital x-rays and even MRI's are becoming more and more accessible in veterinary medicine and detect disease processes much earlier", says Tom Dock with Noah's Animal Hospital.
This was supposed to be the third year for Elkhart's parade, with the city parks department organizing the parade that was followed by a picnic sponsored by the North Central Indiana AFL-CIO.
OneAmerica in midst of first ever Week of Caring About half of the employees at Indianapolis-based OneAmerica are volunteering at five community organizations.
Food distributions set for this week Second Harvest Tailgates are scheduled for Muncie on Thursday and Anderson on Friday.
The Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority has hired an executive director who'll become the fourth person to lead the group since last August.
MORE HEAT, HIGH HUMIDITY AND STORMS UNTIL THIS WEEKEND: There is fog in Central Indiana this morning and it looks like the wet ground and lack of wind will make visibility poor in a few spots.
CIRTA announces reduced bus schedule for Fisher, Carmel Starting on Sept. 2, Fishers and Carmel commuters will have two departure times instead of three Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1tDdAaE Fishers has voted to fund the bus service that takes riders to Downtown Indianapolis through the end of the year.
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Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 05:22 pm
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