Monthly Archives: December 2016

The Year in Review: 2016

From Aleppo to Zika, the year 2016 will go down as a year when history was reshaped. Across the globe, we saw a return to nationalism and protectionism, despite the onward march of a globalized economy and shared prosperity. Overseas, the Syrian civil war came to head in Aleppo, as … Read More

Thanks to Generous Community, Gaia Works Helps the Needy

On December 19, Jan DeFerbrache came by the office to pick up the toys and food our readers have so generously donated to the Gaia Works holiday gift and food drive. Donations of jackets, hats, scarves and gloves, plus toys, food, and gift cards were greatly appreciated. Thank you to … Read More

Lawrence Fire and Police Provide Holiday Items for Families in Need

LAWRENCE — On Friday, December 16th, Lawrence Fire, Police, and several volunteers including Mayor Steve Collier, met at Lawrence Fire Station 38, 4450 McCoy St., to prepare hundreds of boxes of food and children’s toys for families in need. These items were distributed the 17th as a part of LFD’s … Read More

IPS Serves Warm Meals During Break

INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Public Schools is honored to offer free breakfast and lunch at selected sites this winter break as an extension of the USDA’s Summer Food Service Program. Foodservice staff will offer lunch at 16 schools and breakfast at one site each week. Meals will not be served on … Read More