Monthly Archives: December 2017

Irvington Luminaria Lights Up Historic Neighborhood

Irvington, a community perhaps better known for its deep and abiding love affair with Halloween, also celebrates the winter holidays with community events and gatherings. The biggest of them is the annual Luminaria, when neighbors light their sidewalks and pathways with candles in bags, and churches offer music and refuge … Read More

New Initiatives to Combat Violent Crime Announced

INDIANAPOLIS — On Dec. 11, Indianapolis leadership announced a comprehensive violence reduction strategy in partnership with Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and the Office of Public Health and Safety. The initiative will result in a collaborative crackdown on illegally-armed felons while making the largest investment in neighborhood and community based anti-crime … Read More

The Black Hat Society Raises $7200 for Charity

Friday night, Dec. 8th during the Irvington Holiday Open House in the Irving Theatre, The Black Hat Society of Historic Irvington presented checks totalling $7,200 to the three charities they had raised money for during the sale of their 2018 Calendar. Charities included The Pourhouse Outreach Center, Helping Paws Pet … Read More

IMPD Creates E-Commerce Exchange Zones

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) has created an “E-Commerce Exchange Zone” at each district headquarters and encourages community members to use the front parking lots or lobby (if available) when meeting people to complete their online purchases and transactions. As more people conduct private business transactions online, … Read More