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Five easy ways for Indy residents to share fresh food with neighbors in need. Fresh produce like these apples gleaned from Crooked Creek Farmers Markets delivered directly to food pantry patrons.
Man sentenced to 35 years for shooting at an off-duty officer during an attempted Anderson bank robbery in 2003.
Greenfield Mayor Chuck Fewell talks with AMG Specialty Hospital Central Indiana CEO Rodney Midkiff and AMG COO Gene Smith at an open house Tuesday for the opening of AMG's long-term acute care hospital within Hancock Regional.
The Richmond High School Red Devil Marching Band is performing original music by Shane Kelbley in this year's competition show, "Code Red!" Richmond is one of six area bands that has been performing in Central Indiana Track Show Association contests this summer in preparation for the Indiana State Fair Band Day contest.
Mayor Ballard calls for $50M preschool program Initiative would be funded through public-private partnership, serve 1,300 Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1n2VqZT Mayor Greg Ballard this morning is proposing a $50 million public-private investment to make high-quality preschool available to 1,300 4-year-olds in low-income ... (more)
Check out the YouTube video above. She heartbreakingly tells her family she doesn't want her little brother to grow up.
From liftoff to landing, the Centerville Blue Regiment's marching show is about the importance of "One Small Step."
Let's call word of the state's cash reserves exceeding the $2 billion mark a case of good news-bad... * Show: 'May The Odds Be Ever In Your Favor' * Members: 63 * Band director : Andrew Sloniker; color guard director: Jessica Farmer * Band Day 2014 performance : 32nd at 2:56 p.m. * Band Day 2013 finish: 12th overall, second among Class AA bands * ... (more)
The job I lost June 20, 2014, which I'm about to detail below, was truly like herpes, a "gift that keeps on giving."
The passage of the Affordable Care Act and the non-embrace of it by Indiana hospitals, insurance exchanges and physician groups brings to the forefront inequities that negatively affect the people the law is intended to serve.
It's a good time to be a construction worker in Delaware County. Or soon will be.
This morning patchy fog will be likely as the mild and humid air sticks with us for one more day.
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Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 05:47 am
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