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Former Martin president, IPS superintendent nominated for library board

A City-County Council committee voted to recommend appointing Dr. Eugene G. White to the Indianapolis Public Library Board of Trustees during a meeting Feb....

Landscaping company in search for Juneteenth service proposals

Heath Outdoor, a family-owned landscaping business on the near east side, is looking for proposals for its next Juneteenth Day of Service project on...

Women’s Fund program to focus on ‘critical issues’ in the workplace 

Women's Fund of Central Indiana launched the Executive Women of Color Leadership Program to help women of color move into higher-level leadership roles.  The program is...

Celebrate Black History Month with Black films

The Indianapolis Black Documentary Film Festival and Martin University will host a Black History Month event Feb. 10-11, which will showcase films about the...

Baptist association, fraternity to host MLK Day panel, breakfast

On Jan. 16, three organizations will come together and host an event to celebrate the life and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  The...

Leah Gunning Francis named IU Health senior VP, chief mission and values officer

Rev. Leah Gunning Francis will join IU Health as its new senior vice president and chief mission and values officer.  Her position entails providing “direction...

Shooting at Castleton Square Mall leaves 1 teen dead, 1 in stable condition 

Two people were shot near the south entrance of Castleton Square Mall on Jan. 2, leaving one teenager dead and an adult male injured.  According...

G.L.A.M. celebrates new legacy center

Guidance Life-skills And Mentoring (G.L.A.M.) has a new legacy center at 2034 N. Capitol Ave., which was formerly the Indiana Federation of Colored Women’s...

Health expo coming to Ivy Tech

A1c Care Center will host a two-day health care expo, “Make Health A Habit,” at the Ivy Tech Culinary and Conference Center, 2820 N....

YMCA creates Youth Government Program for high school students

The YMCA has a 24-week program for high school students called the Youth Government Program. The program started Sept. 19 and costs $50. Registration is open until Oct. 21.


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