As efforts to wrap up Phase 1 improvements at the park move forward, Mayor Joe Hogsett’s administration has gradually emerged as an engaged partner. “We are excited about Tarkington Park,” said Indy Parks director Linda Broadfoot.
The noise of chainsaws and heavy equipment filled the March air as contractors for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) undertook vegetation management along the White River in Midtown.
Spring arrives not only with blossoms and bees but also with orange traffic cones, detours, and delays as the city’s annual construction season commences. In April, the City’s Department of Public Works (DPW) announced an […more…]
The Indiana School for the Deaf’s (ISD) Academic Bowl Team won the 2017 Gallaudet National Academic Bowl, April 3. The team is comprised of Rynata Fonseca (Senior), Isabella Paulone (Senior), Kate Lorenzo (Junior), and Franco […more…]
by Chris Carlson The Central Canal is one of Midtown’s defining features. An engineering marvel, migratory bird flyway, wildlife habitat, and historic artifact of the 19th-century nationwide canal-building boom, there’s no wonder it attracts our […more…]
In partnership with Flaherty & Collins, Midtown Indianapolis Inc. is undertaking the rezoning of multiple properties in Maple Crossing to create conditions for higher-density redevelopment. Sites include the former United Way building, 3901 N. Meridian, […more…]
Saturday, April 29, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Northwood Christian Church, 4550 Central Ave (enter on 46th St.). A downside of living in the wired world is that old electronics can quickly pile up [...more...]
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...]