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Community rallies for Pike teachers’ pay raise days before contract deadline

By ELIZABETH GABRIEL At least 100 Pike Township Schools teachers, parents and students chanted and clutched signs outside of Central Elementary School before Thursday’s school...

Shonna Majors wants back in the trenches

The reason many people have respected Shonna Majors as the face of Indianapolis’ broad anti-violence strategy is the same reason she’s stepping away. Majors...

NFL couldn’t care less about Rodgers’ dishonesty

It’s not uncommon for big businesses to protect their cash cows, especially when it benefits the proverbial financial bottom line, and no one is...

Navigating open enrollment 2022: Where should you begin?

As we enter the final months of 2021, many Hoosiers will face a difficult choice — selecting and enrolling into a health insurance plan....

Leveling the playing field, closing the wealth gap for Black-owned businesses

By STACIA MURPHY Improving the quality of life for everyone means taking equitable measures that allow everyone to participate in the economy. In order to...

‘Rasheeda’s Freedom Day’ story to be told at Newfields

In 1962, 15-year-old JoAnna LeNoir took her mother, Rasheeda, and her siblings from an abusive household and settled in the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood. Since then,...

‘I hate COVID’: Younger children roll up their sleeves for vaccine

Six-year-old Bellamy Hermmann sat in a chair that could have held three of her comfortably and rolled up her pink sleeve, exposing a tiny...

‘This is not sustainable’: Report shows racial gaps in the education-to-workforce pipeline

From high school graduation waivers to college enrollment and completion, a new report from Business Equity for Indy shows how education disparities for Black...

IPS may share $5M in referendum funds with charter partners annually

By ELIZABETH GABRIEL Leaders of Indianapolis Public Schools may decide to share funds from their 2018 property-tax referendum with the independently managed schools in the...

Virtual job fair

Indianapolis residents ages 15 through 30 can attend a virtual job fair to connect with employers and training opportunities. Information on careers and employability...

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