Monthly Archives: December 2017

IPS Students Spread Holiday Cheer

INDIANAPOLIS — Eleanor Skillen School 34 recently delivered Bags of Cheer to Indianapolis businesses and holiday shoppers. The bags, decorated by sixth-grade students, were filled with items made by pupils in other grade levels, including “reindeer food,” dog bones, gift tags, ornaments, snowflakes and a hot chocolate treat. It was … Read More

Applause!: Dec. 22-Jan.4

• The 2017 Luminaria in Irvington was a huge success! Thank you to all the volunteers and helpers, as well as the homeowners, who participated throughout the community. Wouldn’t it be great if other historic neighborhoods in Indianapolis joined in this great event next year? • All Indianapolis Public Library … Read More

City Announces Infrastructure Partnership

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indy Neighborhood Infrastructure Partnership will award nonprofit community-based organizations matching funds for neighborhood projects that could include sidewalks, street resurfacing, multi-use paths and bridges. Beginning December 15, the City of Indianapolis Department of Public Works will accept proposals for 2018 projects under the matching fund award program. … Read More

Live Christmas Tree Recycling Begins Dec. 26

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) and Indy Parks are teaming up to help recycle live Christmas trees for the city’s residents. Starting Tues., Dec. 26 and running through Wed., Jan. 31, trees without any decorations can be dropped off at the following Indy Parks locations. Trees … Read More

Indiana Farmers Donate Freezers & Local Meats

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s Family of Farmers (IFoF) has partnered with Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity again this year to donate a freezer and local meat, vegetable and dairy products to the two families who participated in the 8th Annual Ag Build at the 2017 Indiana State Fair. In partnership with … Read More