Monthly Archives: February 2016

Indy Rezone Project Receives Award

INDIANAPOLIS — The City of Indianapolis is being lauded by the American Planning Association Indiana Chapter (APA-IN) for Indy Rezone, a comprehensive update of the city’s zoning ordinances. The APA-IN Awards Committee selected Indy Rezone to receive the 2016 Award for Outstanding Best Practice.  The award celebrates and recognizes how … Read More

Univ. of Notre Dame Handbell & Celebration Choirs Perform at Our Lady of Lourdes

IRVINGTON — On Friday, March 4th at 7:30 p.m., the University of Notre Dame Handbell and Celebration Choirs will present a joint concert at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, 5333 E. Washington St. This will follow a 5:30 p.m. Fish Fry at the parish, to which the public is … Read More

Author Fair Brings Books, Authors to Irvington

IRVINGTON — More than 25 authors from eight states will be selling and personally autographing their work at a free Author Fair at the Irvington Library, 5625 E. Washington, on March 5th from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Book genres available for sale will include mystery, historical, romance, youth young adult, … Read More

Fidelity Farm Transformed

“What’s going on with all those trucks?” is a question that I often hear in connection with the row upon row of semis filling the lots at the old International Harvester (Navistar) facility along Brookville Road at Ritter Avenue. Once the production site for International truck engines, today only about … Read More

Frank Lloyd Wright subject of play reading at Indiana Landmarks

INDIANAPOLIS — It’s 1923, and Frank Lloyd Wright finds himself at a crossroads — facing crises in both personal and professional terms. He has left Chicago for California, hoping to find new inspiration in Hollywood and repair his splintered relationships with his grown children. His already complicated life gets even … Read More