Hamilton County Parks and Rec director addresses recent news of tribal controversies at Strawtown Koteewi Park.
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Since the beginning of the school year, teachers report “amazing” results with facility dog Pierson.
Despite a spike in babies born dependent on opioids this year, Ried Health say less are hooked on street drugs.
IMPD reports the incident began with a domestic dispute and ended with a shooting and car crash.
The celebration is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 24.
The Federal Hill Commons “Ice Plaza” in Noblesville is set to open Nov.24.
Agape Performing Arts Group invites hundreds of youth from Children’s Bureau to a special showing of “Scrooge., The Musical.”
Pence is very familiar with art therapy and has chosen the topic as her second lady initiative.
The Fishers Police Department is preparing local businesses to combat fraud schemes by going door-to-door a week ahead of International Frau…
21 homes along Rural south of 10th Street will receive improvements over the next year with the goal of bringing in inner-city teachers.
Demetrios Pitchford, 31, has struggled with homelessness for three years and says his faith and running have changed his life.
Roger Roska was in an electric wheelchair when he was hit and killed Wednesday night on West Morris Street.
The morning commute significantly more sluggish for west side commuters, as another water main break disrupted traffic.
Bad Axe Throwing and Bearded Villains are teaming up to axe zombies, help hurricane victims, and have a safe Halloween.