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The state is adding $15 million to its COVID-19-related rental assistance program after already receiving 24,000 applications, more than double the program’s expected capacity.

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The Indy Eleven get a big 4-1 victory at home against the undefeated Hartford Athletics. Indy is now set to make history this Saturday against the Swope Park Rangers as they aim for their 13th straight home win which will equal the USL's longest streak in the Championship's 10 year history. 

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The city of Indianapolis and the Indy Chamber are extending the deadline for the Ready to Restart program, keeping the application process open until August 28.

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Home prices are climbing in what some call the Monon16 neighborhood on the city's near north side. With the area developing rapidly, some longtime residents are not happy with the changes.

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Neighbors are banding together to hire private instructors as a way to secure child care and make up for some of the gaps online-only classes will leave in their kids' educations, Axios' Caitlin Owens and Sara Kehaulani Goo report.

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The 2-acre urban farm at the Flanner House is a 120-year-old center of activity for the surrounding African American community. 

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In the past week, a growing number of Indianapolis districts have reconsidered their reopening plans, with a handful deciding to push the start of the school year back — doing a U-turn just days after the county’s 11 districts jointly announced school would start as usual in late July or early August.

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Indy Eleven's Tyler Pasher and team Captain Paddy Barrett score goals at Lucas Oil Stadium to hand the Sporting Kansas City II a 2-1 defeat this past Saturday night july18th, 2020.

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After years of decay, the Friends of the Chapel of Our Sorrowful Mother in Ferdinand, Indiana are excited to begin restoring a piece of their history that dates to the founding of their town with the help of the state’s Historic Renovation Grant Program.   

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Lately my local newspaper, The News Dispatch, has been running a full-page ad in the kind of big block letters usually associated with cataclysmic events.  The letters are four inches high.  SUPPORT LOCAL NEWS is what they spell. 

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Recently, we examined the median incomes of all households in the nation and Indiana, with a special focus on Black households. Now, let’s look more broadly within our state.

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The coronavirus pandemic has raised a number of issues that are new or even unprecedented. One is a fundamental governance issue: what is the proper balance between government’s obligation to protect and the individual’s right to autonomy, or self-governance?

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