Monthly Archives: October 2016

The Greatest Spectacle in Halloweening

Forget those races on the west side, or the hundreds of festivals, fairs, conventions, and happenings that draw Hoosiers like moths to flames: the annual Historic Irvington Halloween Festival tops them all. A week of Halloween events in the most haunted neighborhood in Indianapolis draws crowds from all over, culminating … Read More

Leaf Collection Begins Nov. 7

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) will begin collecting leaves in Marion County beginning Mon., Nov. 7 through Fri., Dec. 2. Residents can dispose of as many as 40 bags of leaves per household each week during the collection window on their regular trash day. Last year, … Read More

Paul M. Chase Memorial Prize Co-Winners Announced

INDIANAPOLIS — Friends, family, and colleagues of the late Paul M. Chase (1955-2014), a beloved, Indianapolis-based public interest lawyer, gathered to announce the inaugural Co-Winners of the Paul M. Chase Memorial Prize (PMC Prize). The 2016 Co-Winners, both public high school senior women from the Southside of Indianapolis, received the … Read More

IMPD Captain Honored For Contributions

INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) Captain Brian Nanavaty was recognized at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Foundation’s 10th Annual Gala Sat., Oct. 15 in San Diego, CA. The event honors officers who have made significant sacrifices and/or contributions to the law enforcement profession. Each year … Read More