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New partnership to help local entrepreneurs, businesses

One of the blessings of working for the Indy Chamber is that it provides daily lessons for me about small business owners' triumphs and...

Hollywood’s behind-the-scenes crews vote to authorize strike

By LINDSEY BAHRAP Film Writer Film and television production in North America is in jeopardy of coming to a standstill after its behind-the-scenes workers overwhelmingly...

IndyGo adjusts bus schedules amid driver shortage

IndyGo will temporarily adjust bus schedules as the transportation agency continues to deal with a driver shortage. Starting Oct. 10, 15 bus routes will see...

Indiana Urban League hosts Dr. James Johnson for Equal Opportunity Day Luncheon

Declining fertility rates, forced early retirements and deaths of despair are all issues plaguing our nation. Dr. James Johnson addressed these issues and more in...

Indy Night Market back with food, music and activities

Indy Night Market will return from 6-10 p.m. Sept. 25 with food, live music and family-friendly activities. This is the second nighttime food festival...

Vendor events help bring life back to malls

Circle Centre Mall has kept the lights on, but there’s much less to illuminate now than there used to be, especially on the south...

Circadian Coffee finding its identities

When Kelsey Speigner and Adam Datema were starting their coffee roasting business, it was Datema who typically took the lead as the more public-facing...

In northeast Indianapolis, business pushes boundaries in trend to counter community disinvestment

By PRIA MAHADEVAN Cecelia Dodson moved to northeast Indianapolis in 1966. The community she remembers is very different from what it looks like today. “This was...


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