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Civil rights icon ‘visits’ Children’s Museum

In the wake of continued civil unrest, Ruby Bridges took part in a virtual conversation with the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis to...

Financial struggles a symptom of COVID-19

The first — and last — round of stimulus checks lasted Shaquona Ellis, 25, just two weeks. Ellis, who...

Library offers flu shots to combat hospitalizations as COVID pandemic continues

Between organizing stacks of books at her job, Nikki Johnson also serves after-school snacks and dishes out career counseling.

Local man breaks ground on storage facility amid dispute for land

James Leonard celebrated with family, friends and community supporters for a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 20 at what will become a self-storage facility...

Central Indiana hospitals pledge to fight racism as ‘public health crisis’

Three of Central Indiana’s largest health systems want people to know racism is a preventable public health crisis.   In...

Spaces available for pre-K

On My Way Pre-K, Indiana’s free pre-K program, has spaces available for 4-year-olds. Children...

Eminem song poses questions

Rapper Eminem released his 11th album, “Music to Be Murdered By,” this past January. (The release made him the first artist to...

Revitalizing brownfields helps rebuild communities

We hear the term brownfields used to describe property by those in community development, economic development and finance. But, for an average...

The disrespect of Breonna Taylor continues

Recently, I wrote about times where I want to scream and others where I want to weep. I did both for Breonna...

Program Will Lend $10M to New Detroit Minority Businesses

The main thing that you have to remember on this journey is just be nice to everyone and always smile. Refreshingly,...
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