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Apprenticeships aim to create more urban farmers

Growing Places Indy will expand its urban farming initiatives with two apprenticeship programs, one for adults and another for high schoolers, to develop more...

Future of IndyGo projects on uncertain track

The future of mass transit in Indianapolis hangs in the balance after the House Committee on Roads and Transportation held a hearing on Senate...

Firefighter blocked from helping Floyd returns to stand

By STEVE KARNOWSKI and AMY FORLITI MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minneapolis firefighter who wept as she recalled being prevented from using her EMT training to...

Witness describes seeing Floyd ‘slowly fade away’

By STEVE KARNOWSKI and AMY FORLITI MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A man who was among onlookers shouting at a Minneapolis police officer to get off George...

Rent assistance program to reopen April 5

Applications for the city's rent assistance program will reopen April 5 with about $30 million available. Eligible households can receive up to three months of...

IPS proposal: Move 600 students to IndyGo for transportation, enforce walk zones

Indianapolis Public Schools officials proposed cutting traditional yellow bus service for about 600 students and transitioning them to IndyGo as the district looks for...

Hogsett retains mask mandate, announces equity plans

Mayor Joe Hogsett will not loosen capacity restrictions or the mask mandate for Marion County, differing from Gov. Eric Holcomb’s recent move to end...

Breaking the cycle: Why poverty can be a closed loop with few chances for escape

In a big ballroom at Indiana University Southeast, sociologist Melissa Fry and her colleagues arranged tables with signs on them around the perimeter. Each...

When philanthropy takes the lead on fixing poverty

La’Toya Pitts has been CEO of Christamore House for about 2 1/2 years, enough time to learn expectations for what the west side community...

Low-income residents, neighborhoods face long history of neglect

Sometimes it comes at 2 in the morning. Sometimes it’s a few hours later at 5 a.m. or 5:30 a.m. Either way, Leslie House...


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