Monthly Archives: October 2017

Lots of Treats — No Tricks — For Halloween

For 71 years, Irvington has celebrated Halloween like few communities can. When the Halloween Festival started, it was a way for neighborhood kids to celebrate safely, and their parents to have some fun as well. Over the years the festival has grown into a huge week-long affair, with events for … Read More

Ford Plant “Before” Tour

INDIANAPOLIS — The four-story Ford Assembly Branch at Washington and Oriental that generated 600,000 cars and trucks between 1915 and 1932 has been empty for years, but it will soon be repurposed. Guests are invited to tour the building Nov. 11 at 10 a.m. thanks to Indiana Landmarks. After 1932, … Read More

Indy Leaf Collection Begins Nov. 6

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) will be collecting bagged leaves beginning Mon., Nov. 6 through Fri., Dec. 1. DPW’s solid waste team will remove up to 40 bags of leaves per household each week on regular trash pickup days during the 4-week leaf collection season. Indianapolis … Read More

IMPD Sergeant Honored as Crime Stoppers Coordinator of the Year

INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Sergeant Steve Dubois was awarded Crime Stoppers USA Coordinator of the Year Service Award in recognition of his outstanding performance and commitment, personifying a spirit of community cooperation and demonstrating qualities of leadership. Sgt. Dubois was selected from many submissions from across the country … Read More