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World Hepatitis Day: It’s Up To You

Each year, World Hepatitis Day is celebrated on July 28 and aims to bring awareness to hepatitis. It is estimated that 400 million people...

In conjunction with Indiana Pacer George Hill, Indiana Members Credit Union is Preparing Backpacks Filled with School Supplies for Deserving Children in Central Indiana

WHAT:Indiana Members Credit Union and Foundation is proud to announce their Backpack Stuffing Event in Indianapolis, IN.Indiana Members Credit Union employees and volunteers from...

Indiana Landmarks event explores Marion’s African American heritage

On July 25, Indiana Landmarks offers Exploring Marion¹s African American Heritage, a day of lectures and tours for people who want to know more...

Colts to Hold Open Auditions for Blue Stampede on May 31

For the third consecutive season, the Indianapolis Colts home games will feature the Blue Stampede, a tumbling and stunt squad. On Sunday, May 31,...

Track fitness progress in style

Pedometers are a thing of the past now that high tech fitness bands have taken over the health market. While much of society finds...
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COVID-19: Arsenal Tech students discuss impact of pandemic

Arsenal Tech High School Future Center Ambassadors will host a discussion about the impact COVID-19 has had on youth during a virtual...

Indy Black Chamber provides relief grants

The Indy Black Chamber of Commerce has selected 18 businesses to receive the Relief Fund grant, ranging from $1,000 to $2,5000. Thanks...

Holcomb appoints first equity chief

Karrah A. Herring was named chief equity, inclusion and opportunity officer by Gov. Eric J. Holcomb.  In this newly...

Youth and young adult homelessness gets increased attention

Those who work in the thankless jobs of advocating for and helping people experiencing homelessness have found a pleasant surprise recently: More...

Hoosier senior, 82, helps community by sharing her garden

You could say Mary Ann Newell, born into segregation a year after slavery was outlawed, left joy as a legacy for her...
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