It is time for NUVO to retire in its present form. We had thirty good years (March was our anniversary), but there is not broad enough financial support or interest today, especially with the impact of the pandemic, for us to continue.
This grant will support Dan Grossman's “Coronavirus Diary” series for NUVO, the Indianapolis-based alternative-weekly-turned-nonprofit-news-site.
Here's another attempt to spread some information hygiene regarding COVID-19, along with tips on virus-preventing hygiene.
Medical professionals rallied at the Statehouse Monday and got what they wanted—language removed from a bill that would have put off-site hospital locations in jeopardy.
Cover photo: Members of the city-county council's Public Safety and Criminal Justice Committee at their Feb. 5 meeting. (Photo/Tyler Fenwick)
Cover photo: L-R: Raimeka Graham, president, and Jeannine McMillan, vice president and program chairman of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Chi Chi Omega Chapter stand, with the 2019 Positive Educated Achievers Reaching Leadership and Sisterhood or P.E.A.R.L.S. Club next to the Haughville Com…
Attorney General Curtis Hill could face a two-year suspension of his license to practice law over allegations that he drunkenly groping four women in a bar last year.
After listening to her fellow justices sing her praises, Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush was reappointed to a second five-year term Wednesday by the Judicial Nominating Commission.
Faith leaders and gun-control activists are calling for Gov. Eric Holcomb to stand up against white supremacy and gun violence, including supporting a ban on assault weapons.