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Marble’s restaurant owner dies, leaves legacy of serving good food to city

Lee Marble, CEO and owner of Marble’s Southern Cookery, died Aug. 3 at the age of 85. (Photo provided by Brandon Buckley) Lee Marble moved...

‘You are an angel’: Black woman given 2nd chance at life through organ donation

Jamie Taylor’s fight was not over after beating breast cancer in 2012. About a year later, she was diagnosed with kidney failure, and so began...

‘We will weather the weather together’: City gathers to honor the life of funeral director James Dixon III 

On Aug. 10, standing in front of Dixon Memorial Chapel & Cremation Services, family, friends, city officials, religious leaders and community members honored the...

New Fathers and Families Center president, CEO wants to make ‘well-kept secret’ more known

Fathers and Families Center announced Larry Smith as its new president and CEO. Smith, who is also a Recorder columnist, started his role this...

Hogsett presents proposed 2023 budget to council with public safety as top priority

Mayor Joe Hogsett presented his proposed 2023 city-county budget to the Indianapolis City-County Council during its meeting Aug. 8. Totaling around $1.4 billion, the mayor...

Shooting, attempted robbery leaves Indianapolis funeral director dead

NOTE: This story has been updated with charging information. A shooting and attempted robbery around 1:30 a.m. Aug. 6 outside a funeral home left...

Indiana’s near-total abortion ban is now law, takes effect Sept. 15

By BRANDON SMITH IPB News Indiana Republican lawmakers voted Friday to force thousands more people to give birth every year in a state with some...

Indiana House passes abortion ban, sends to Senate

By ARLEIGH RODGERS Associated Press/Report for America INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana House on Friday passed a bill that would ban nearly all abortions in...

‘Keep growing and keep going’: New space for Black restaurant owners opens at City Market

Four new booths in Indianapolis City Market will provide a space for Black restaurant owners to get their start. A new program with the...

Black Philanthropy Month bridging gaps for the Black community

As the co-founder and co-CEO of Be Nimble Foundation, Kelli Jones saw the need for more philanthropic support for Black organizations long before the...

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