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Indianapolis’ proposed 2024 budget breakdown

This week, the Indianapolis City-County Council received the 2024 proposed city budget, which outlines planned expenditures totaling the city’s highest yet at $1.5 billion.

Triggering change: From community conversations to new policy

Community members and leaders recently met to discuss the impact of gun violence in their neighborhoods and voice possible solutions. The Indianapolis City-County Council partnered...

Jefferson Shreve releases a statement following shooting violence in Broad Ripple 

In response to the Broad Ripple shootings, Indianapolis mayoral candidate Jefferson Shreve released a statement.

Broad Ripple leaders want to make the neighborhood a ‘gun-free zone’ after three people are shot and killed

The Broad Ripple Village Association will request a permit from the city to make the neighborhood a gun-free zone on Friday and Saturday nights through the end of August.

Northeast Indianapolis Corridor plans for a safe start to summer with 3rd annual Community Love Fest 

The Northeast Indianapolis Corridor wants the community to join them in the fight against violence this summer. They unveiled plans for the 2023 Community Love Fest

Community organizations golf for a good cause

The Ultra Elite Group is partnering with the Frederick Douglass Golf Course and the Martindale Brightwood Community Development Corporation to host the 2nd annual...

Mayor’s neighborhood of the month

Mayor Hogsett announced that Binford Redevelopment and Growth (BRAG) is Neighborhood of the Month for April.BRAG was founded in 2005 by a group of...

Eskenazi Health and other community organizations to host Community Behavioral Health Forum

On June 24, Eskenazi Health Midtown Community Mental Health, in conjunction with the Department of Public Safety (DPS), IMPD and Friendship Baptist Church will...

Trail Side on Mass Ave brings new neighborhood to downtown

Special to the Recorder The already vibrant Mass Ave Arts District downtown is getting a new neighbor. Trail Side on Mass Ave, a four-story...
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