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  • Mozel Sanders Foundation continues Thanksgiving Day tradition by feeding the needy

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –One of Indianapolis’s longest Thanksgiving Day traditions continued Thursday with the Mozel Sanders Thanksgiving  Day dinner, an event held to help feed the needy in central Indiana. The event, which was started almost 47 years ago by Mozel Sanders, enlists almost 2,000 volunteers who help prepare and deliver holiday meals to almost 40,000 people. The Mozel Sanders Foundation started preparations for Thursday’s event with several fund-raising events held earlier in November. Each meal costs about $5 to prepare […]

  • 7th annual “Running South” event continues legacy of teacher and coach

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. —  The Perry Township Education Foundation is sponsoring the 7th Annual Coach Hathaway’s Running South event Saturday, September 30, to honor the legacy of long-time local teacher and coach, Tom Hathaway. Proceeds from the event will support innovative classroom projects in Perry Township Schools and the Coach Hathaway Scholarship Fund. The day kicks-off with a health fair open to all in the Southport High School gym. Registration and packet pick-up begin at 7:30 A.M. The run includes a 10K, […]

  • Weekend construction project to close part of North Split

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Drivers beware, a weekend construction project will close part of the North Split starting Friday night and will last till early Monday morning. INDOT officials have announced that ramp from westbound I-70 to southbound I-65 will close starting at 9 p.m. Friday and remain closed until 6 a.m. Monday. Drivers will still be able to get to southbound I-65 by using the Collector at the North Split and taking that down to the Washington Street interchange where […]

  • Vacant house fire may have been caused by squatter according to IFD

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– A vacant house fire is under investigation by IFD after firefighters were  called to 25 North Addison Avenue just north of West Washington Street before 8:00 a.m. Friday morning. According to IFD officials, neighbors reported seeing smoke showing from the roof and called in the incident. Upon arrival, firefighters found the home vacant although there was indications that someone had been living at that residence. Two firefighters were treated for smoke and dehydration and one firefighter was transported to […]

  • I-65 construction to begin Monday near the Indiana / Kentucky state line

    LOUISVILLE, Ind. — If you are planning on traveling south from Indianapolis towards Louisville, Kentucky, be prepared for a lengthy summer time project along I-65 on both sides of the Indiana / Kentucky state line. This area has over 100,000 daily drivers but starting late Monday night, those drivers will encounter a brand new work zone in the area that approaches the Lewis and Clark overpass. The construction zone will shut down the left lane on I-65 South between Stansifer Avenue […]

  • Notre Dame to open new facilities with free events, tours and a special movie

    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The University of Notre Dame is finally finished with their largest construction project in their 175 year history and are ready to unveil the results during several events in a week-long reveal called “Kicks & Flicks” starting August 20th thru August 25th. From a football scrimmage and tours of new facilities to a movie on the video board, fans of all ages are invited to experience the enhanced amenities in and around Notre Dame Stadium during […]

  • Downtown Fourth of July festivities to bring about street restrictions

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –Fireworks and the IPL Downtown Freedom Fest  will highlight a busy Fourth of July Tuesday in Indianapolis. While business traffic will be a bit lighter, city officials are still expecting a lot of people to make their way into downtown for the Freedom Fest and fireworks show from atop of Regions Bank. There will be some traffic restrictions in place Tuesday in downtown which are: Michigan and North streets will be closed between Pennsylvania and Meridian streets from 10 a.m. […]

  • Christ Church Cathedral Women’s Strawberry Festival continues annual community outreach event

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — With a  sun-kissed day providing the backdrop, the 52nd Christ Church Cathedral Women’s Strawberry Festival got underway Thursday on Monument Circle in Indianapolis. With a crowd of nearly 20,000 expected for the event, Festival goers enjoyed various strawberry desserts made by the women of Christ Church and doled out by 300 volunteers. Festival organizers reported that nearly six ton of strawberries and 900 hundred gallons of ice cream were ordered to go with the church made shortcakes. […]

  • INDOT ‘still on schedule’ with I-65 bridge rebuild on city’s south side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — “We are still on schedule.” That’s the word from INDOT Information Director Nate Riggs three months in with regard to the extensive nine month I-65 construction project at I-465 on the city’s south side. Construction contractors started work March 5 on the nearly $20 million dollar project to rebuild six bridges on Interstate 65 over I-465 and Lick Creek. The eastbound I-465 loop ramp to northbound I-65 is now closed for the duration of construction. A signed […]

  • Officials remind Indy 500 race attendees to park where it is the safest, not cheapest

    SPEEDWAY, Ind. — It’s a question Indy 500 race fans ask every year, “Where should we park?” For the nearly 300,000 plus who will attend this years race, most have parking figured out, whether it be inside the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, or outside at one of the lots, like the Coke Lot or at Speedway High School. But for others, it is a hunt and find the best deal, which can include parking in the front yard of someones house […]