Weekly View’s Story Archive

Neighborhoods Collaborating to Create Positive Change to be Honored

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center (INRC) supports residents and leaders who want to create positive change in their neighborhoods. They help people communicate and organize, provide resources to those who need assistance, and uplift organizations that are moving important projects forward. The annual Collaborative Spirit Award is given … Read More

Scholarship Ghost Tour Sells Out

Alan Hunter’s Irvington Ghost Tours officially begin Sept. 29 at 7 p.m., kicking off the Irvington Halloween season. However, on Sept. 16, there was a special scholarship tour for one of the volunteers, Cameron McAbee, who is a senior at Warren Central High School. Cameron has been volunteering on the … Read More

Bicentennial Torch Relay Documentary to be Screened at Heartland Film Festival

INDIANAPOLIS — “Everlasting Light: The Story of Indiana’s Bicentennial Torch Relay” has been selected for screening at the 2017 Heartland Film Festival in Indianapolis. Hoosiers can relive the memorable moments of the Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay with a documentary produced by the Department of Telecommunications at Ball State University, which … Read More

Monon16 Redevelopment Promises More Eastside Revitalization

INDIANAPOLIS — On Sept. 18, the City, as well as officials from King Park Re-Development Group and David Weekley Homes, broke ground on a $20 million housing-mixed use development on the east side. Dubbed Monon16, the area to be redeveloped is near the Monon Trail running between 16th and 21st … Read More

Applause!: Sept. 22-28

• The Irvington Summer Music Series continues with a Summer Bluegrass Concert with Flatland Harmony Experiment with their special guest Blue Collar Bluegrass on Fri. ,Sept. 29th at 7p.m at the Irvington Ice House, 400 S. Ritter. Tickets $10 at Eventbrite.com. Sponsored by the Irvington Community Council. • Indianapolis Public … Read More