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W.T. Ray helped open suburbs to Blacks

Perhaps more than any single person, William Theodore Ray paved the way for African American residents of Indianapolis to build and buy homes in...

State health department gives naloxone training during National Recovery Month

A group of community members learned about the ongoing opioid epidemic in Indiana and received training on how to administer medicine to reverse an...

Partnership helps protects Hoosiers from eviction

A three-day event starting Sept. 20 will help east side residents fill out rental assistance paperwork now that the state eviction moratorium has ended. Through...

Family Food that Fits Your Fall Schedule

(Family Features) Finding time for a family meal during fall means navigating busy schedules full of school, jobs, social events and more. Squeezing in...

What’s In A Name, Indy? St. Bridget Roman Catholic Parish, Part One

The Roman Catholic Church in Indianapolis opened its doors to Black people during a time when others turned their backs. Opposition to educating Black...

‘Voters lose faith in the process’: Hoosiers express concern about redistricting maps

Few Hoosiers were happy about redistricting maps proposed by the Republican supermajority of the Indiana House of Representatives earlier this week.  After the Republican supermajority...

Esther Lewis knows how to throw a birthday party!

by Kara KavenskyIn January of 2019, Esther Lewis was diagnosed with breast cancer. This was devastatingto her and challenged her faith. Through someserious soul...

‘Gerrymandering has become an evil art, almost’

Once a decade, Indiana’s congressional district, state Senate and House of Representative maps are redrawn by the state legislature. While the new maps are...


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