Monthly Archives: May 2017

This Week’s Issue: May 19-25

Thank you to all our wonderful readers and advertisers. Remember, if you patronize one of our advertisers, tell them you saw their ad in the Weekly View! … Read More

Store Closures, Lack of Access Drive Food Insecurity on East Side

The closure of many east side Marsh supermarkets in the past several months has made the “food desert” even worse say many residents. As the grocer goes into Chapter 11 bankruptcy and hopes to be bought by another company, the odds of all the Marsh stores closing are getting worse. … Read More

IMPD Officer Wins TOP COPS Award

INDIANAPOLIS — The National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) has selected Detective Sergeant Robert Pearsey as one of the honorees to receive the prestigious TOP COPS Award.  The TOP COPS Award pays tribute to the men and women of law enforcement for their outstanding service to America’s communities.  TOP COPS … Read More

City Re-Launches Indianapolis Violence Reduction Partnership

Local, state, and federal law enforcement officials announced a re-launch of the Indianapolis Violence Reduction Partnersship (IVRP) on May 15. The partnership, beginning with the first meetings with the Executive Law Enforcement group in IVRP, will be focused on creating new initiatives to combat crime on city streets. Mayor Joe … Read More

Federick Polley Retrospective at the Bona Thompson Memorial Center May 13-July 31

IRVINGTON — The renowned Hoosier artist, Frederick Polley (1875 – 1957) lived at 327 S. Emerson in Irvington for 25 years, just down the road from William Forsyth. Polley was a member of a group of noted artists known as the Irvington Group. Sixteen influential artists, who also lived in … Read More