Going back to school during the pandemic requires balancing risks with rewards.
Dana Stone brings a wide range of arts experiences to the ICO.
This beautiful park was first designed by famed landscape architect Jens Jensen, and now Schuck restores the park with an eye both for beauty, but more for habitat and education.
Funding from the National Park Service will be used to rebuild and preserve 14 historic and archeological sites across Indiana, including a church in Angola, an iron bridge in Fort Wayne, old campsites near in Monroe and Morgan counties and an aging school building in Monticello.
The five-day parking lot experience features drive-in movies, trivia, ‘car-a-oke’ and more.
Grand Park and Victory Field in Indianapolis partnered to play the College Summer League Championship. This is a series of games representing over 10 in-state schools and several others from the big ten.
Like many other schools, Tindley Academy on the far eastside is navigating a late change in plans, pushing back the return to in-person learning due to the spread of the coronavirus.
On Saturday night, Aug. 1, the Indy Eleven's 28-win home match streak came to a end at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Dance Kaleidoscope is moving into its new home at Circle City Industrial Complex at 1125 Brookside Ave., in Near Eastside Indianapolis.
Mark Williams’ appointment by the Indianapolis Art Center as executive director causes controversy and a search for solutions.
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.
Last week, Jennifer Coffey spent one of her lunch breaks at the Dollar Tree, loading her cart with inspirational posters and a large daily planner. The goal was to transform her dining room into a first-grade classroom, or at least recreate some of the fun on the walls.
As new COVID-19 cases continue to grow, Gov. Eric Holcomb extended the state’s moratorium on evictions through Aug. 14 and delayed the planned full reopening of the economy through at least the end of August.
In a new series of columns, I’ll be talking to students and parents as they navigate education during COVID-19.
The innovator behind one of Indy’s biggest dance parties reflects on his path to success and how he sees it as a model for fellow big thinkers in the future.
The year Presley died, 1977, was also the year my family came to Indianapolis. But my parents weren’t into the music icon. I can, in fact, say with certainty that they weren’t at Market Square for his last concert.
Four women who accused Attorney General Curtis Hill of grabbing and groping them at a party in 2018 have sued him again, this time in Marion Superior Court after a similar case had been dismissed in federal court.
Thousands of Indiana parents are faced with a difficult decision this month — weighing the psychological, educational, and social benefits of sending his two children back to school against the risk to the entire family’s health.
After closing their doors to the public in mid-March because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Southport Public Library in Indianapolis and the Greenwood Public Library started to allow patrons back in their buildings this summer.
Originally posted July 24, 2020 on TheStatehouseFile.com
On Thursday July 23, the Fonseca Theatre Company announced that all weekend performances would be cancelled due to a cast member being sent home with COVID-like symptoms.
The day after Indianapolis delayed K-12 school start dates, Vice President Mike Pence spoke at Marian University and urged schools to reopen.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett is ordering schools not to reopen classrooms until after Aug. 5, a rare intervention as coronavirus infection rates are rising in Indianapolis and across Indiana.
The Final Showcase of the Great American Songbook Foundation's Songbook Academy features a virtual chorus of events.
Gov. Eric Holcomb has issued a statewide mask mandate that will go into effect Monday saying it’s a necessary move because of the steady rise in the number of COVID-19 cases across Indiana.
Started by Mariah Ivey in 2015, the monthly event has a foundation rooted in community, culture and Black empowerment.
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.
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.
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.
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?
Democratic lawmakers from across the Midwest are calling on the U.S. Senate to pass a law they said is the most effective approach to reforming American police culture currently available.