Monthly Archives: October 2014

Walk to Remember Carries Message of Love 2,000 Miles

INDIANAPOLIS – On Oct. 11, more than 1,000 adults and children, many holding balloons, gathered in Sarah T. Bolton Park in Beech Grove. They took this time to remember children, grandchildren and siblings lost to stillbirth, miscarriage and newborn loss. Between songs and prayers, they heard the names of their … Read More

Halloween Festival Winners!

IRVINGTON — Winners of the many contests that make up a part of the Historic Irvington Halloween Festival were announced at the Street Fair on Oct. 25. In the Human Costume Contest, ages 0-5 Sarah and Matthew Heinze took home the first place prize as Siamese cat twins, complete with … Read More

New City-County Building Plaza to serve as “Community’s Backyard”

INDIANAPOLIS — The winner in the City-County Building Plaza Design Competition was recently announced by city officials. The winning design by Design Collective features a splash park, ice rink, café, game area, presentation platform and outdoor seating area. It also recognizes the former Marion County Courthouse that stood on that … Read More

KidsPlay Presents “CSI Neverland”

GREENFIELD — KidsPlay, Inc. children’s theatre will present Wade Bradford’s CSI Neverland on Friday, November 7th and Saturday, November 8th at 7 p.m., and Sunday, November 9th at 2 p.m. at the HJ Ricks Centre for the Arts at 122 W. Main Street in Greenfield. CSI meets Neverland as Murk … Read More

Nativity’s Long-Time Coach Retires

INDIANAPOLIS — Coach Jim Mahin was honored during Nativity Catholic School’s homecoming festivities on Sun., Sept. 21. Jim started his coaching career for Nativity Catholic School in 1986, and coached for 28 consecutive years. He not only taught his players about the game of football, but also about life. Jim … Read More