Monthly Archives: October 2017

Marker Dedicated on Franklin Rd.

INDIANAPOLIS — A roadside historical marker about the “lost” town of Gallaudet was dedicated Oct. 21st at a special event sponsored by the Franklin Township Historical Society, which had the marker erected. The new marker, titled “Gallaudet Station: The Town That Never Happened,” is located at 5605 S. Franklin Road. … Read More

LISC Announces Anchor Revitalization Program

INDIANAPOLIS — The Anchor Revitalization Program was recently announced: A sweeping strategy aimed at redevelopment, local hiring and business opportunities around Marion County’s major institutional employers in partnership with LISC, INHP, Ascend Indiana and Employ Indy. The Anchor Revitalization Program is a three-pronged approach, with “Live, Buy and Hire” strategies … Read More

Applause!: Oct. 27-Nov. 2

• The Auxiliary to Community Hospital East will sponsor a Masquerade $5 Jewelry and Accessories “Around the Clock Sale” in the breezeway near the main lobby Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. to Nov. 3 at 3 p.m.  Proceeds will benefit hospital programs/services. For more information, contact Volunteer Services at 355-5120. … Read More

Cottage Corner Health Fair Offers Free Health Screenings

INDIANAPOLIS — As the seasons change and colder weather approaches, it is important to maintain regular health screenings. On Sat., Oct. 28, Eskenazi Health Center Cottage Corner, the Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police and community organizations are partnering to present the 22nd annual Eskenazi Health Center Cottage Corner Health Fair. … Read More

IPL Donates Bucket Truck to IMPD

INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) has received a generous donation of a bucket truck from the Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL).   The bucket truck will be used to maintain over 100 cameras located in approximately 80 locations throughout the city. These cameras have been in place … Read More