Monthly Archives: November 2015

Keeping it Local for the Holidays

In 2010, the financial powerhouse American Express began promoting Small Business Saturday — a day to remind consumers that small businesses are alive and well and ready to provide consumers with a less frenetic shopping experience than Black Friday. Small businesses have taken up the mantle, and the event has … Read More

Spotlight Players Present First Production at Theater at the Fort

LAWRENCE — The newest theater in Indianapolis to open its doors has been closed to the public for more than 30 years. Renamed Theater at the Fort, the historic theater on Fort Harrison’s property in Lawrence, Indiana (located at 8920 Otis Ave.) was recently leased to Partnerships for Lawrence (PFL), … Read More

Baby, It’s Cold Outside Benefits The Pourhouse Dec. 5

INDIANAPOLIS — On Sat., Dec. 5, join the Christmas party fun at the second annual “Baby, It’s Cold Outside!” to benefit The PourHouse, a street outreach and advocacy organization in Indianapolis that serves individuals experiencing homelessness  ( Last year’s event was a huge success and raised funds to help further … Read More

Dept. of Public Safety Moves Forward with Narcan Program

INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Emergency Medical Services (IEMS) recently delivered the final naloxone (Narcan) training for IMPD officers. Following the success of the naloxone trial in IMPD Southwest District in 2014, the two agencies committed to train and equip all front line IMPD officers with this life saving medication in 2015. … Read More

USPS installs Holiday Mailbox in Monument Circle

INDIANAPOLIS — For almost 40 years, Santa’s Mailbox has been a festive fixture on Monument Circle. During the holiday season, the U.S. Postal Service invites children (of all ages) to place their wishes and dreams in Santa’s Mailbox, which is located on the east side of the Circle facing Market … Read More