Neighbors in Meridian-Kessler want public “commons”.
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America risks being lumped with Russia and Brazil as countries that failed to control the coronavirus when the EU reopens its borders on July 1
The Indianapolis City-County Council voted unanimously Friday morning to provide Indy Chamber with $25 million that will enable the business-advocacy group to quickly offer forgivable loans to small businesses in Marion County backed by the federal Paycheck Protection Program.
Digest of responses by state, federal and local government to the coronavirus pandemic.
The results of the annual Indianapolis Homeless Point-in-Time Count show a decrease in chronic homelessness, but a wide gap in racial disparities in the population remains.
Sen. Mark Messmer, R-Jasper, who is the Senate Commerce and Technology Committee chair decided there would be no hearing on House Bill 1319.