Monthly Archives: March 2015

Growing and Green on the East Side

Back in the day, you could call the local grocery store and they would put it together, and a kid on a bike would deliver it to your door. Then self-serve supermarkets came on the scene and put the corner grocer out of business, and forced everyone to get in … Read More

South Side Resident Wins Indianapolis Hospitality Top Honor

INDIANAPOLIS — Southport Antique Mall (SAM) employee Geri Bell, was one of eleven award winners who were selected from a record breaking 102 nominees for the 2015 Rose Awards. Mayor Ballard, Josh Kauffman and local RTV6 personalities were on hand to help celebrate this year’s honorees. Geri was honored at … Read More

IMPD HQ to Get Mural

Partnership for Lawrence, Indianapolis Police, and the arts community are teaming up to create a mural for East District headquarters offices. The mural will be created indoors, in the roll call room, where officers will be able to see it every day before shifts. The design is open to competition … Read More

Nativity Titan Archers Aim for State

INDIANAPOLIS — Nativity Catholic School’s newly formed Titan Archers earned their way to the Indiana State Fairgrounds on March 14 to compete in the Indiana State National Archery in the Schools Program Tournament.  The team is made up of 12 middle school students. Ninety-eight schools with over 2,000 participants from … Read More

Spring Has Sprung

I know Daylight Savings Time (DST) has its fans and foes, but life has been so much different since the time change and the advent of Spring! 9-5’ers now have a life after work, and hopefully the bitter sting of winter has passed. Winter wheat is out and grass is … Read More