Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Impact of Bullying and How to Help Your Child

Bullying has become a hot topic across the nation as more and more children are becoming victims of bullying and cyberbullying. It is also not an easy subject to discuss as victims often do not want to report bullying to others. In 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention … Read More

Epilogue Players Present “Death by Design”

INDIANAPOLIS — What happens when you mix the brilliant wit of Noel Coward with the intricate plotting of Agatha Christie? Set during a weekend in an English country manor in 1932, Death by Design by Rob Urbinati is a delightful and mysterious “mash-up” of two of the greatest English writers … Read More

BMV Hours Change Due to Election Day

INDIANAPOLIS — BMV license branches located in counties that have May 2015 elections will extend hours of operation on Monday, May 4 and on Tuesday, May 5 to issue ID cards and driver’s licenses that may be used for identification at a polling place. Branches in counties that have May … Read More

First International Cricket Tournament in Indy May 3-9

INDIANAPOLIS — Indy Parks will welcome the International Cricket Council (ICC) Americas Division One tournament to the Indianapolis World Sports Park from May 3 through May 9. Teams from Bermuda, Canada, Suriname and the United States will compete. The top two teams will advance to the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier … Read More

100 Years Ago This Week: May 1-8

From The Indianapolis Star, Tuesday, May 4, 1915: The South Side May Festival concluded last night with a concert by The Indianapolis News Newsboys Band and a general jubilee at Garfield Park. It was the biggest and happiest day that part of Indianapolis ever had; fully 15,000 people visited the … Read More