Capitol Avenue Bridge Open to Traffic

November 27, 2017 0

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…]

Most Endangered in Midtown

October 27, 2017 0

by Connie Ziegler “Dare to be True — Do Right” are the words engraved in the frieze at the top of Simpson Hall, a beautiful old brick building now threatened with demolition, on the campus […more…]

Long-time business anchors in Broad Ripple Village

August 16, 2017 0

by Chris Carlson During the Envision Broad Ripple planning process, community members agreed that one of the Village’s defining characteristics is its mix of small, locally owned businesses. Among Broad Ripple’s modern buildings, new businesses, […more…]

Spring–Summer Street Resurfacing

April 13, 2017 0

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…]

VA Statement on Crown Hill Columbarium

March 22, 2017 0

Ronald E. Walters, the head of the Department of Veterans Affairs, National Cemetery Administration, issued a statement March 22: As the head of the Department of Veterans Affairs, National Cemetery Administration, it’s important for you […more…]

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