A nonprofit that provides physical, mental and financial relief for families caring for a loved one has launched a fundraising campaign to prevent its closure.
One of Indianapolis' most popular concert venues has a new owner.
The proposal has some excited about the potential this brings to Broad Ripple but others fear the headaches that could be coming.
The meeting was at Northminster Presbyterian Church.
The fair is billed as a celebration of the arts in Indianapolis.
Don Newberry, the school's athletic director, and Jerry Cox, the president of the Broad Ripple High School Alumni Association, stopped by Daybreak Wednesday.
The event is free and open to the public.
86 percent of the people surveyed said they'd like some kind of community resource at the high school property.
In an effort to simply raise happiness, florists around the country will be giving out flowers Wednesday for free.
So, what’s the secret to staying in Broad Ripple? “Good customer service. Good food.”