As anticipated, the City of Indianapolis Board of School Commissioners’ voted on September 18 to close Broad Ripple High School at the end of the current school year and put the building and grounds up for sale.
The Indiana School for the Deaf's Simpson Hall has clearly seen better days. It has the dubious honor of being listed on Indiana Landmarks’ “10 Most Endangered” list twice, first from 1999 to 2005 and again in 2017.
Until April, the 1911 Capitol Avenue bridge across Fall Creek carried more than 17,000 vehicles daily. Closed all summer for long-overdue repairs, it is once again open to traffic. At a November 27 press conference, […more…]
by Thomas P. Healy Two historic Midtown schools were affected by the City of Indianapolis Board of School Commissioners’ September 18 vote to “reinvent” Indianapolis public high schools. [PDF] Beginning with the 2018–19 school year, […more…]
by Doug Day Destination Fall Creek (DFC) began in 2011 as part of a working plan to implement the Mid-North Quality of Life Plan. Leigh Riley Evans, CEO of the Mapleton-Fall Creek Development Corporation (MFCDC), […more…]
by Doug Day The intersection of Delaware Street and Fall Creek Parkway was once the most confusing intersection in Indianapolis. On September 29 the community will celebrate the transformation of the Spider into the Delaware […more…]
Celebrate holiday traditions at the world’s biggest children’s museum, right here in Midtown! Explore the Jolly Days: Winter Wonderland exhibit, take photos, and ride the Yule Slide. Check out the Giant Snow Globe, rule the [...more...]