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“Know me for who I am:” Remembering Indiana giant Vernon A. Williams

It was Saturday, at 12:30 a.m. when Steve 'Scoop' Jefferson, fraternity brother and reporter, received the call from Joyce Williams, the cherished wife of...

Finding the right therapist

Mental health is just as important as physical health, but finding the right therapist to help can feel like a daunting task. For many African...

Women4Change encourages Hoosiers to “get in Good Trouble”

Women4Change Indiana, alongside ACLU and Common Cause Indiana, spoke out about how Indiana can fight for voter equity at their movie screening and panel...

Anderson winery listed as Yelp’s third best winery in the state

Cultured Urban Winery is the third best winery in the state of Indiana on Yelp. In April, the Microsoft Network compiled a list of the...

‘New World’ ICO and Dance Kaleidoscope present end of season collaboration

Dance Kaleidoscope and the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra are presenting “New World” – a multi-sensory program featuring Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9. The collaborative performance, which marks...

2024 Indiana primary election results

Indiana residents looking to cast their vote in the primary election visited their polling locations May 7 to select candidates in the upcoming race...

Tamika Catchings, your Grand Marshal of the 2024 Indy 500 Parade

It is finally May, which means excitement for the Indianapolis 500 is at its peak. One of the top honors in the 500 festivities...

Indianapolis Recorder brings home 10 SPJ awards including three first place wins 

The Indianapolis Recorder won ten awards, including three first place plaques, from the Indiana chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists’ 2023 Best in Indiana Journalism Awards Friday, April 26, 2024.

Indy’s Jeff Teague teams up to bridge digital divide for Indianapolis students

Pike High School basketball head coach and NBA champion Jeff Teague joined forces with AT&T and Human-I-T to bridge the digital divide for Indianapolis...

Indiana funding affordable housing for previous foster youth 

Foster care youth aging out will soon gain access to rental accommodations that are affordable at four different sites across Indiana.


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