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Flood Wall Makes Steady Progress

February 13, 2017 0

by Thomas P. Healy Watch for more activity along the White River soon as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) begins work near the Riviera Club on Phase 3B-2 of the Indy North Levee […more…]

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Saving Rocky Ripple?

February 13, 2017 0

by Thomas P. Healy As the City of Indianapolis continues to work with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) on the Westfield Alignment for the North Levee Flood Project, one question remains: What about […more…]

  • On the Horizon

    Coffee with a Cop, Feb. 22.

    IMPD is introducing a new series of informal get-togethers so that citizens can meet members of the force and get to know them. “Coffee with a Cop” Wed., Feb 22, 9-10:30 a.m., Cornerstone Coffee, 5380 [...more...]
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    Art+Science Brainstorm March 13

    Art+Science Brainstorms are a series of public discussions held at branches of The Indianapolis Public Library to think about Indy’s waterways and the science of sustainability. Young and old alike are invited to bring their [...more...]
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    We Love Our Libraries

    Midtown citizens of all ages are invited to meet with Indianapolis Public Library CEO Jackie Nytes during her “Love Your Library: Celebrating Central Library” tour of all branch locations through May 7. In addition to [...more...]
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    Rick Akers exhibit at Tarkington Tower

    Landscape painter Rick Akers’ work is featured in the gallery at Tarkington Tower Condominium, 4000 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis.  The  exhibit is free and open to the public daily through April 25. Parking is available [...more...]
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    Winter Markets

    Let it snow! With two winter markets, an abundance of fresh and locally grown and produced foods are available in Midtown. The Broad Ripple Farmers Market’s winter location in SoBro. Saturdays through April 30 9 [...more...]