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Churches start free group therapy sessions for Black men

What began as a onetime men’s fellowship breakfast is now a mental health movement to create a safe space for Black men in churches across the city.

Multimedia: Festivities of Indianapolis 500

Check out some of these great photos from the many festivities of Indianapolis 500 weekend! Check back later for more great Indianapolis 500 photos!

Beneath the concrete: City deliberates archaeological dig of former Greenlawn Cemetery

In 1980, Diamond Chain undertook an expansion of their manufacturing facilities in Indianapolis. The civil work (earth work) unearthed several graves and grave markers,...

15th annual Haitian Flag Day Festival brings pride to Indy

The 15th annual Haitian Flag Day Festival, sponsored by the Haitian Association of Indiana, was Saturday, May 13 at MacCallister Amphitheater in Garfield Park.  

Black representation matters: Urban Beauty Supply

The Black Owned Beauty Supply Association (BOBSA), a California-based trade association that consists of only African American or Black-owned beauty supply stores, reports that of the roughly 9,000 beauty supply stores in the country, 3,000 are Black owned.

UPDATE: Local historians call for full archaeological dig before Henry Street bridge plans are finalized 

In 1980, Diamond Chain undertook an expansion of their manufacturing facilities in Indianapolis. The civil work (earth work) unearthed several graves and grave markers,...

Indians lose 8-6 in season opener

The time has finally come: the minor league season opener. The Indianapolis Indians rushed Victory Field to face the Omaha Storm Chasers. In the bottom...

Green space on far east side has reduced lead in soil

A lead pilot program released preliminary data that shows a 50% reduction in lead at a green space at 38th Street and Post Road....

Visit your Indy favorites virtually

Your favorite attractions in Indianapolis aren’t open to the public right now, but many are still working to keep the experience alive online with...

A new normal: IMPD sweeps neighborhood with services, says more actions to come

Tuesday morning was a frigid one. The first snow accumulation of the season brought hazardous driving conditions and several facility closures. Despite the less-than-ideal...
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