Weekly View’s Story Archive

Scecina’s 12th Annual Mulch & Potting Soil Sale

INDIANAPOLIS — Scecina’s 12th Annual Mulch & Potting Soil sale to benefit Crusader Athletics is going on now. The deadline for orders is April 17, and the free delivery will be April 22. They are selling premium mulch (cypress and hardwood) and potting mix. To order online, visit scecina.org/mulch . … Read More

The Reporter Who Knew Too Much by Mark Shaw

On November 8, 1965, millions of fans of “What’s My Line?” TV star, Pulitzer Prize nominated columnist, and crack investigative reporter Dorothy Kilgallen were shocked to learn of her mysterious death in her New York City townhome. The autopsy report indicated that she died of an acute ethanol and barbiturate … Read More

Nominate a Deserving Father by April 21

INDIANAPOLIS — Do you know of an outstanding father in Marion County who is responsible for developing strong relationships within his family and his community? Nominate him today for the Heart of a Father Award, presented by Managed Health Services (MHS). Each year, Fathers and Families Center recognizes those fathers … Read More

Eastside Road Construction on I-70

INDIANAPOLIS — Milestone Contractors plans to begin construction on or after April 1 of an additional lane on eastbound Interstate 70 between I-465 and Post Road (Exit 91) on the east side of Indianapolis. The additional lane will be built along the right shoulder of eastbound I-70 and is intended … Read More

Applause!: March 24-30

• Want your voice to be heard? No matter your political leanings, informed and engaged citizens need to have their voices heard in Washington. To stay up to date on our Representatives, visit www.house.gov and search for your Rep. Contact phone numbers that go directly to their offices can be … Read More