Monthly Archives: July 2014

“The Year of the Coliseum” at the Indiana State Fair Aug. 1-17

INDIANPOLIS — After seven years of celebrating Indiana homegrown products, the Indiana State Fair is celebrating the “Year of the Coliseum” during the fair’s 17-day run Aug. 1 – 17. The 18-month, $63 million Coliseum Complex renovation that wrapped up in April is the largest project in the fairgrounds’ 123-year … Read More

Dig Irvington at the Ice Cream Social Aug. 3

IRVINGTON — The Irvington Historical Society will hold its annual Ice Cream Social on Sunday, August 3rd, 1-4 p.m. at the Bona Thompson Memorial Center, 5350 University Ave. Enjoy cake and ice cream (furnished by Wyliepalooza), and listen to music from the White River Jazz Band. This year is extra-special … Read More

“Teen Court” Created in Lawrence

LAWRENCE –  The City of Lawrence recently partnered with Reach For Youth to create a Teen Court program in Lawrence. This unique diversion option provides an alternative to traditional juvenile incarceration through a peer-managed trial process in which fellow teenagers act as the prosecution, defense, and jury. With the consent … Read More

Broad Ripple Hosts Meetings on Parking Restrictions

INDIANAPOLIS — On Mon., Aug. 4 and Thurs., Aug. 7 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., the Department of Public Works and Broad Ripple Village Association will host open houses to discuss proposed parking restrictions in residential areas near the Broad Ripple Avenue commercial district. Affected areas include the neighborhood south … Read More