Monthly Archives: February 2018

Neighborhoods May be Impacted by North Split Reconstruction

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announced in September 2017 their intention to reconstruct the I-65/I-70 split beginning in 2020. The scope of the project is huge, including the rehabilitation, replacement, and/or widening of 32 bridges, reconfiguration of the I-65 exit and entrance ramps on 11th and 12th streets, the … Read More

State Announces New Initiatives to Combat Opioid Crisis

INDIANA —  The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration announced two initiatives as part of the state’s effort to attack the drug epidemic. First, the Next Level Recovery website, www.in.gov/recovery, now has a new geolocation feature designed to help Hoosiers find Division of Mental Health and Addiction-certified addiction treatment providers … Read More

Sheffield Woods Named Neighborhood of the Month

INDIANAPOLIS — Mayor Joe Hogsett announced that Sheffield Woods will be the City’s Neighborhood of the Month for February, 2018. The Neighborhood of the Month initiative showcases the unique culture, history, and neighborhood groups that make Indianapolis special. Sheffield Woods, made up of an estimated 250 homes on Indianapolis’ northeast … Read More

The Reel West Exhibit at Eiteljorg Examines Westerns

INDIANAPOLIS – Generations of Americans have enjoyed the Westerns that galloped across screens at the movies and on TV. Now visitors can experience a new exhibit at the Eiteljorg Museum that takes an in-depth look at the historic, artistic and cultural significance of Western films and television shows. Opening March … Read More