Monthly Archives: September 2016

Pogue’s Run Trail and Waterway Gets Rest Stops

INDIANAPOLIS — Through a partnership with Williams Creek Management and funded by the Kresge Foundation, Reconnecting to Our Waterways worked with local artists and community members to create three rest stops — places that give people a chance to pause and see the power of art and the beauty of … Read More

Swashbuckling at the IRT: All for One!

The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas is a tale of bravado and romance. Innumerable movies, plays, and television shows have been based on the first novel, concentrating on the adventures of d’Artagnan, Athos, Aramis, and Porthos as they battle the corruption Cardinal Richeleu and his followers. Catherine Bush adapted the … Read More

Cops vs. Firefighters in Hoops & Heroes Event

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department will once again take on the Indianapolis Fire Department in a Hoops & Heroes basketball showdown at 6 p.m. Sat., Oct. 1 at Marian University to kick off Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Proceeds from the event will support the safety, stability, and self-sufficiency … Read More

Applause!: Sept. 30-Oct. 6

• Another chapter of the International Harvester/Navistar plant on Brookville Rd. will come to a close Sept. 30. The remaining UAW workers will leave the building. Since 1937 the UAW and International Harvester have had a presence on the east side of Indianapolis. The plant site has been purchased by … Read More

State Selects New License Plate

INDIANAPOLIS — After a month-long vote starting in August and ending in September, Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) Commissioner Kent Abernathy announced Indiana residents have chosen a covered bridge design to replace the outgoing Bicentennial license plate. Three plate designs were in the running but it was the covered bridge … Read More