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Brownsburg welder takes part in new Netflix competition series out now

Brownsburg welder takes his talents to Nexflix in new competition series Metal Shop Masters

By |2021-09-21T08:19:34-04:0014 hours ago|Entertainment, Local, News|Comments Off on Brownsburg welder takes part in new Netflix competition series out now

Indiana Rolling Thunder remembering POW/MIA Recognition Day with motorcycle ride

Dozens of motorcycles will host an inaugural ride Saturday morning to recognize the sacrifice made by members of the armed services who remain unaccounted for.

By |2021-09-18T09:55:58-04:003 days ago|Local, News|Comments Off on Indiana Rolling Thunder remembering POW/MIA Recognition Day with motorcycle ride

Gleaners calling on people to join fight against food insecurity

Gleaners Food Bank is asking the community to take action during a month-long campaign called "30 Ways in 30 Days."

By |2021-09-04T13:12:10-04:002 weeks ago|As Seen on TV, Community, Local, News|Comments Off on Gleaners calling on people to join fight against food insecurity

Black Lives Matter mural artists collaborate in new exhibit at Indianapolis Art Center

It's been a year since the collaboration of 18 artists behind the Black Lives Matter mural on Indiana Avenue near downtown.

By |2021-08-28T09:33:39-04:003 weeks ago|Local, Multicultural News, News|Comments Off on Black Lives Matter mural artists collaborate in new exhibit at Indianapolis Art Center

Indianapolis International Airport holds job fair, hoping to fill several positions

Applicants are asked to arrive in the South Ticketing Hall.

By |2021-08-24T20:46:25-04:004 weeks ago|Local, News|Comments Off on Indianapolis International Airport holds job fair, hoping to fill several positions

Indy-based nonprofit receives grants to open family resource center for kids who are visually impaired

Visually Impaired Preschool Services (VIPS) is receiving more than $500,000 in grants to help open a family resource center near downtown Indianapolis.

By |2021-08-22T08:56:55-04:001 month ago|Local, News|Comments Off on Indy-based nonprofit receives grants to open family resource center for kids who are visually impaired
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