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Indianapolis mayor names new IMPD chief of police 

Mayor Joe Hogsett announced that Christopher Bailey is being appointed as the new chief of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department on Monday, Feb. 12.  

Hogsett gives Violence Reduction Strategy update

Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett gave an update on the $150 million Violence Reduction Strategy, now in its third year, Jan. 4. He was joined...

The City of Indianapolis joined UNCF to support higher education and celebrate the 16th annual UNCF Masked Ball 2023 –  The Ball raised more...

The UNCF Indianapolis Area Office proudly reports the successful conclusion of the 2023 Indianapolis Masked Ball held last Saturday on December 2, 2023. The...

Pacers, City of Indianapolis, multiple community partners unveil Drive & Dish to combat food insecurity

Drive & Dish, an initiative funded initially by Pacers head coach Rick Carlisle, will provide nourishing fruits and vegetables to needy families in the...

Republic Services and Blue Polymers breaks ground on new recycling complex

Republic Services and Blue Polymers broke ground on a new Indianapolis plastics recycling complex Nov. 9. The complex will contain a Republic Services Polymer Center...

Fight for Life Foundation’s school-based technology, Building Dreams, receives grant to help decrease Indy’s crime and increase opportunity

Fight for Life Foundation, founded by former Indianapolis Colt Marlin Jackson, receives $200,000 grant (INDIANAPOLIS) – November 7, 2023  – Fight for Life Foundation (FFL), an...

Black Indianapolis won and so did Black mayors!

While certainly the election was closer than the 72% win in 2019, Mayor Joe Hogsett earned an impressive victory over his toughest opponent to...

Indianapolis 2023 Municipal Election results 

Registered voters in Indianapolis went to the polls Nov. 7 to elect a Mayor of Indianapolis and City-County Councillors. As of the morning of...

Community holds prayer vigil for 15-year-old KIPP Indy student

Sunday, Nov. 5 members of KIPP staff, Edna Martin and the community at large gathered on Hovey Street – located around the corner of KIPP Indy Legacy High School – to pray for the recent events involving teens and gun violence.  

Why no plan from Jefferson Shreve to partner with Black leadership on moving city forward?

Mayoral candidate Jefferson Shreve affirmed that he would not have a plan to work on Black issues faced by the Black community in a...
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