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  • Here’s what you need to know about the hidden coffee mugs around Indy

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– If you’re walking around downtown Indy and stumble across a hand-painted mug, don’t be afraid to pick it up and claim it as your own! Turns out, hundreds of people across town are following a free art movement on social media, hoping to find a mug of their own. It’s all part of the Instagram account, Indy Mugs, created by an Indianapolis artist in May of 2016. Each week, the artist posts a photo of a new mug […]

  • Axe throwing lounge opens on Indy’s north side for thrill seekers to blow off steam

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Attention thrill seekers! A new entertainment craze is slicing through Indianapolis. A brand new axe throwing lounge is now open on Indy’s north side, where guests can experience the excitement of throwing axes while dressing the part. Ragnarok Axe Throwing is located right next to Castleton Square Mall. The 90-minute ‘axeperience’ puts participants on teams– competing in different games of axe throwing at targets 12 feet away. “You have people come in and they’re timid and then […]

  • Three-time stroke survivor thanks Community Health rehab staff for support during recovery

    GREENWOOD, Ind. — Community Health Network unveiled a rehabilitation hospital in Greenwood on Thursday. The 54,000 square foot, 44-bed impatient hospital is aimed at helping individuals who have experienced loss of function due to an injury or illness. Community Rehabilitation Hospital South will provide care to patients with a broad range of diagnoses related to stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, neuromuscular diseases, orthopedic, amputations and related disorders. “The whole goal is to help patients heal and provide hope and […]

  • Indy staffing firm collects professional clothing to help disadvantaged job seekers

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — An Indianapolis company is ensuring that those in need, are able to dress for success. Indy staffing firm, Robert Half, is collecting professional items for disadvantaged job seekers during its 16th annual Suit Drive. New and gently used clothing will be donated to two nonprofits, Dress for Success Indy and Hoosier Veterans Assistance Foundation. “This mission is very near and dear to our heart,” said Sonda Sorg, Metro Market Manager at Robert Half. “We’re very passionate about […]

  • Southwest Airlines employee looking for owner of lost note with sweet message from daughter to father

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A Southwest Airlines employee who recently stumbled across a more than a decade-old, lost note is hoping to find its owner. On Friday evening, Brooke Miller said she found a yellow Post-it note sitting on the floor near the Southwest Airlines kiosks at the Indianapolis International Airport. The note reads, “Dear Daddy, I miss you a lot. But I know I will see you on Wednesday. I love you.” The hand-written note from “Claire” to her dad […]

  • 4-year-old farmer starts produce stand to save money for college

    RUSSIAVILLE, Ind. — From police officer to farmer, a 4-year-old boy in Russiaville is truly a jack of all trades. Earlier this summer, Leo Massey was sworn in by the Tipton Police Department as an ‘honorary police officer for the day.’ Though he still thinks of himself as a police officer, he is now running his own produce stand. “He’s just the hardest working kid I’ve ever known in my entire life,” said Leo’s mother, Meg Massey. “He is always working […]

  • New nonprofit gives elderly the chance to enjoy free bike rides across Indy

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A new organization is giving the elderly in Indianapolis the chance to get back on a bicycle. Cycling Without Age of Greater Indianapolis debuted in the Circle City on Monday, and provides free recreational cycling rides on a trishaw bike, with trained pilots. After stumbling across the movement last year on Facebook, a group of friends went to work to bring the initiative to Indy. “Our service is not just for the elderly,” said Deborah Gardner, the president […]

  • Girl Scouts celebrate National S’mores Day with inaugural fundraising event

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — One of many “tastes of summer” was served up Friday on Monument Circle! Girl Scouts of Central Indiana hosted its inaugural S’mores on the Circle featuring seven chefs who created gourmet s’mores. The s’mores were sold for $5, with proceeds supporting the Girl Scouts. “Girls join Girl Scouts for $25 and one of that money stays locally,” said Danielle Shockley, CEO of Girl Scouts of Central Indiana. “What we do to serve girls comes from any fundraising we […]

  • Historic barbershop gives free back to school haircuts to young men in Indy

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A local barbershop is making sure kids are able to look their best before heading back to school. This month, nearly 35 Kids from the MLK Center are receiving free haircuts thanks to the help of Cheatham & Moore Barbershop and the Harrison Center. As part of an ongoing collaboration, the two businesses are providing vouchers for free “back to school” haircuts at the historic barbershop. “We’ve been making sure that kids have the best look to […]

  • Teachers at Zionsville Community Schools receives life-saving ‘Stop the Bleed’ training

    ZIONSVILLE, Ind. — As students get ready for their first day of school, teachers at Zionsville Community Schools are learning how to save lives. Experts from Saint Vincent’s Level I Trauma Center teamed up with the Zionsville Fire Department to provide life-saving training to staff members of the Zionsville Community Schools system. Over the past two days, more than one-hundred members of the school district were provided with hands-on training as part of the nationwide ‘Stop the Bleed’ campaign ahead of […]