If you've got a taste for dessert, assistant manager Calvin Marble says you have to try their "No. 1 seller": "Our famous peach cobbler."
"We're going to put safety first before economics and fun."
Nonprofits providing public humanities programming in Indiana will be getting over $500,000 to help with funding relief from the COVID-19 pandemic. CARES Grants have been awarded by Indiana Humanities to 74 Indiana organizations, with awards ranging from $1,000 to $15,000.
"Two months is a long time to be closed for any business," said Michael Hicks, director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at Ball State University.
The state's first and only organ and tissue recovery center has been opened by the Indiana Donor Network in Indianapolis. The Indiana Donor Network Organ and Tissue Recovery Center on the city's west side will allow for the transportation or organ donors for on-site recovery, instead of occupying a hospital room.
Marion County is expected to fully open all businesses to normal by the Fourth of July weekend.
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and medical crews were sent to a report of a disturbance with a weapon.
Residents call for increased security after shooting, triple stabbing at west side apartment complex
The incidents appeared to be unrelated and happened two weeks apart at the Carriage House West apartments.
The Center for Women and Children expansion project could provide some relief in the pandemic lasts longer than expected.
The need for contact tracers to slow the spread of COVID-19 has prompted Purdue University Global to launch a free contact tracing course. The new self-study course requires six to eight hours to complete and those who finish the course will receive a completion certificate.