Monthly Archives: September 2014

Irvington Ghost Tours — A New Book & Tour Kick Off the Halloween Season

Alan Hunter has always loved history — not the dry-boned recitation of dates and places many people think of as “history,” but as a part of our everyday lives. As a former history teacher, he loved telling the stories behind the history — and discovered that kids, like many adults, … Read More

Warren Township Schools Forms Police Department

INDIANAPOLIS — On September 17, the Warren Township School Board swore in the Warren Township School Police Department (WTSPD). Thanks to laws passed by the state legislature, school corporations can create their own school police departments, with all the law enforcement powers of a municipal police department. WTSPD Chief Steve … Read More

1964 Scecina HS Football Team Celebrates 50 Years

Recently, the Scecina High School Football team celebrated Homecoming and a 50 year reunion. The team closed the year with a 8 and 2 record. … Read More

Community Health Network Invests in East Side

INDIANAPOLIS — Community Health Network recently announced a major investment on the east side, which includes a dramatic renovation of Community Hospital East and three new health pavilions in the area over the next  few years. The 2-phased $175 million project begins this fall, with an expansion and renovation of … Read More

Know Your Primary Care Provider

In today’s climate it seems there’s an acronym for everything! The government and military are famous for this, but medicine is no different. Besides acronyms for medications, immunizations, treatment guidelines etc., your primary care provider likely has one or more acronyms, initials, or other designations following his/her name. What do … Read More