Monthly Archives: December 2014

Remote Printing Available at Library

INDIANAPOLIS — Individuals now have the capability of using their Internet-connected smartphone or tablet (iOS, Android or Blackberry) from anywhere in the city to print documents directly to print stations at select Indianapolis Public Library locations. This new offering meets an increased demand for such service and furthers the Library’s … Read More

IndyVet Hosts Donation Drive for Animal Shelters

INDIANAPOLIS — IndyVet Emergency & Specialty Hospital (IndyVet) is collecting a variety of animal care, cleaning and administrative supplies for sheltered animals at the Morgan County Humane Society and Indianapolis Animal Care & Control through Jan. 1. The veterinary practice and drop-off location is open 24 hours, even during the … Read More

The Civil War 150th Anniversary: December 1864

Reports from Baltimore of a rebel incendiary plot to burn northern cities and the recent incendiary fire in New York City prompted Mayor Caven to issue a warning to the people of Indianapolis that “an attempt to burn the city will be made.” Precautions were to be taken to “see … Read More

Be Careful Out There

I have written before about “the season of joy,” and how we can share in it and spread it. The media has brought to us many reminders of the ways we can touch and enrich the lives of others. We can — and do — sponsor families, gather toys and … Read More

Remembering Christmas

Here’s to friendship, here’s to you This dear December day. Old Santa Claus is coming, We know he’ll pass your way. We send to you this Yuletide The wish that never ends, It’s health and happiness and cheer, And full blessings to our friends. Last year, Irvingtonian Bruce Gable sent … Read More