This bicentennial minute takes a look at Gennett Records.
Mark Newman with the Indiana Office of Tourism stopped by WISH-TV Sunday morning to discuss this year’s Bicentennial Torch Relay.
The flags are on display until next Sunday, Sept. 11.
The shelter held a sale Saturday to help get some of the four-legged friends out of their cages.
The Church of Glory on Forest Manor Avenue and East 33rd Street held a Victory Over Violence Day.
The run is organized to help build acceptance for children and adults in the community with Down Syndrome.
The 11th annual Miracle on 34th Street returns to Indianapolis one week from today.
“I thought this was a great way to see Pat and also help the community.”
This will be the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana’s first official leadership space since they started in 1917.
Their goal is to bring people together and to show younger residents what the neighborhood means to them.
All proceeds will go to the United Way of Howard County.
A Carmel business’s conference room has been transformed into a Red Cross call center.
Anyone can donate pasta at HSE schools through next week.
Drivers moving through downtown spotted the car — decorated with stars and stripes — on the side of E. Washington Street.