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  • ‘It’s kind of annoying’: Irvington neighbors paying for street light over dangerous darkness

    INDIANAPOLIS, IND. — An Irvington neighborhood is stuck paying their way out of darkness.  Homeowners on South Berry Avenue said their street lacks proper lighting, and it’s leading to criminal activity. “Over the last couple of months, I know of two [car break-ins],” said Christine Caturano who lives on the street. Nearby Pennsy Trail used to have a street light, until it went out in June.  When Caturano contacted Indianapolis Power and Light (IPL), they told her it was a security light. […]

  • According to Ahern: Filling the football void

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Feb. 15, 2016) — What in the the world do we do when there’s no football? How do we fill our sports needs now that the “long night” that is the offseason has begun? In this week’s According to Ahern, Mike wanders the “sports desert” to find an answer.

  • According to Ahern: The perfect Valentine’s Day card

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Feb. 10, 2016) – The greeting card aisle on Valentine’s Day is an adventure for a woman, but a dire challenge for a man. In this week’s According to Ahern, Mike has some much-needed advice in the hunt for the perfect Valentine’s Day card.

  • According to Ahern: Indy still loves Peyton Manning

    Indianapolis, Ind. (Feb. 1, 2016) – Super Bowl 50 is just days away, and an old Indianapolis favorite will be tested again on the gridiron’s greatest stage. In this week’s According to Ahern, Mike revisits Peyton Manning’s lasting legacy in Indianapolis.

  • According to Ahern: Snow storms, television, and ‘connecting the stranded’ during the Blizzard of ’78

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (January 25, 2016) – The massive snowstorm on the east coast undoubtedly brought back memories for many here in Central Indiana of the Blizzard of 1978. In this week’s According to Ahern, Mike takes a look back at the important role television played in the storm. You can see more pictures from the Blizzard of ’78 from our partners at the Indianapolis Star here.

  • According to Ahern: Remembering RFK’s eulogy for MLK

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Jan. 18, 2015) — In this week’s According to Ahern, Mike takes us back in history to how the assassination of Dr. King had a ripple effect on a speech given at a park in Indianapolis the very day he was killed.

  • According to Ahern: Looking forward into 2016…in verse

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Jan. 11, 2016) – We’re well into a brand year. Mike has some thoughts on that…and worse, he’ll put those thoughts…into verse…in this week’s According to Ahern.

  • According to Ahern: New Year’s Wisdom

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Jan. 4, 2016) – 2015 may not have been the most inspiring year. In this week’s According to Ahern, Mike reflects on the last year, and brings a bit of wisdom for 2016.

  • According to Ahern: ‘Drop it!’ Wacky things dropped on New Year’s Eve

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Dec. 28, 2015) – We are just a few days away from ushering in 2016. An Indycar will be dropped to ring in the new year on Georgia Street, but that’s kind of tame compared to some places around the country. In this week’s According to Ahern, Mike takes a look at the odd things dropped around the country.

  • According to Ahern: ‘A Carol for the Children’

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (December 21, 2015) — In a special Christmas week edition of According to Ahern, Mike leaves his gift to the children of Central Indiana, a special reading of Ogden Nash’s “A Carol for the Children.”

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