Monthly Archives: December 2017

2017 in the Rear View Mirror

The year 2017 was one marked by confusion, protest, and conflict. It was a busy year for reporters and news junkies who worked overtime to keep up on the latest developments. International news, particularly the aspirations of North Korea, dominated headlines in 2017. Ballistic missile testing across the Sea of … Read More

Weekly View Columnist Donates to Worthy Irvington Causes

Al Hunter recently distributed proceeds from the Historic Irvington Ghost Tours to the Irvington Historical Society’s principals Paul Diebold and Steve Barnett, and to Jan Defrebrache at Gaia Works. The October tours draw thousands of people to Irvington. … Read More

City Acquires Former Gas & Coke Plant in Twin Aire

INDIANAPOLIS — Mayor Joe Hogsett joined Citizens Energy Group President and CEO Jeffrey Harrison recently in the Twin Aire neighborhood to celebrate a key milestone in the development of the Community Justice Campus.  The agreement between the City and Citizens will ensure the continued remediation of the area, help facilitate … Read More

Credit Union Provides Help with Angel Tree Program

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Members Credit Union (IMCU) partnered with CBS4 and The Salvation Army for this year’s Angel Tree Program.  This seasonal program brings joy and happiness to those less fortunate during the holiday season by providing clothing, special-needs gifts and other wished-for items such as toys and games. Through … Read More