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Indianapolis Public Schools will require all students and staff to wear masks when school starts Aug. 2, reversing previous guidance that masks were optional...

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The Asian American Alliance will celebrate Asian heritage during Asian Fest 1-5 p.m. Aug. 7 at Global Village Welcome Center, 4233 Lafayette Road. The event will feature live performances,...

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The first draft of Michael Dabney’s new novel “An Untidy Affair” was completed in 2009. After years of trying to find a publisher, his...

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