Monthly Archives: February 2014

Irvington Prep Rates High in U.S. “Best Schools” Rankings

In January, U.S. News & World Report released the 2013 “Best High Schools” rankings, and Irvington Preparatory Academy (IPA) achieved a rating of 23rd in Indiana, out of 388 high schools throughout the state who qualified for this distinction. According to U.S. News & World Report, “To be eligible for … Read More

Sheriff and Library Team Up for Gun Lock Giveaway

INDIANAPOLIS — Marion County Sheriff John Layton recently announced a new partnership today with The Indianapolis Public Library to provide free gun locks in an effort to curb unintentional gun injury and harm. Free gun locks will be available by request at six Indianapolis Public Library locations including the Central … Read More

Lawrence 4-H Club Holds Fundraiser

INDIANAPOLIS — The Lawrence Township 4-Hers are embarking on their biggest fundraiser of the year — the annual 4-H Geranium Sale. Orders are being taken now through Monday, March 10, 2014. Four inch pots are $1.50 each or $18.00 for a flat of 12.  Flowers are available in red, white, … Read More

Homeward Bound Walk March 8

INDIANAPOLIS — Statewide walk coordinator Indiana Association of Community Economic Development (IACED) and the Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention (CHIP) are giving Hoosiers the chance to raise money to fight homelessness in Indiana. The Central Indiana Homeward Bound Walk is Saturday, March 8 at the Indianapolis City Market, 222 … Read More

Locals Celebrate Tri Kappa Week

INDIANAPOLIS — The sisters of Zeta Iota Chapter of Irvington-Indianapolis East proudly celebrated Tri Kappa Week February 16-22. The purpose of Tri Kappa is “…to bring women into close, unselfish relationship for the promotion of charity, culture and education.” The chapter’s dedication and support of these endeavors continue to make … Read More