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Parent company of Olive Garden donates new refrigerated truck to Gleaners

Darden Restaurants is donating 10 more refrigerated trucks to food banks across the United States. One of those food banks is Gleaners Food Bank...

Feeding Indy: Free food distributions around the city

Free food was being passed out at the HealthNet located at 2855 N. Keystone Ave. last Wednesday. The distribution was part of the city’s effort to tackle hunger within neighborhoods classified as food deserts.

From dope to dogs: How one man is bringing hot dogs and hustle to Martindale-Brightwood

James Davis had just been processed out of jail in 2013 on a drug charge. Even though he had been arrested multiple times for selling off and on for decades, he knew he needed to do something different.

Small grocery store owner has big dreams for northeast side neighborhood

You can’t see it yet, but Rachelle Jackson-Wells can. Open-face freezers stocked with milk and meat, more shelves to hold cans and boxes of...

The environment and you: ‘Seeing the Earth turning against us’

What if Karla Johnson hadn’t gotten that job with the county health department in 1998? She probably wouldn’t have become an environmental health advocate,...

Hunger in the heartland

When Delvonte Arnold was growing up in Gary, his family drove over 10 miles outside the city to get to a grocery store. The...

Northeast Indy to get grocery store in 2022

Construction will begin at 38th Street and Sheridan Avenue in June to build a new grocery store, Indy Fresh Market. The store will be...

Legislation could heavily impact Black community

Several bills that could have a significant impact on Black Hoosiers have made it through one half of the legislative process and are now...

New SNAP delivery benefit to help vulnerable Hoosiers

Indiana will step up the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly known as food stamps. A new addition to the program will allow to deliver...

New SNAP delivery benefit to help vulnerable Hoosiers

Indiana will step up the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly known as food stamps. A new addition to the program will allow to deliver...
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