After almost a year of serving as News Editor, it is my duty to inform you this is my final House of Burgess column for NUVO. I'm moving on to a new position starting next week, and I wanted to end my tenure here with a note of appreciation.
Writer - Local Government and Justice
My background is that I'm the fourth generation in my family to work as a journalist. I also have a degree from Indiana University in Elementary Education. My wife, Ash, and I have two children, Harper, 4, and Emerald, 1.
- Home town
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.
Facebook and Twitter need to take some responsibility for their passive acceptance of these lies, or else they should be regulated.
The only way to pierce someone else's bubble is to be the bigger person and reach outside of your own.
United States Attorney Josh J. Minkler announced that Nolan Brewer, 21, Eminence, was sentenced in federal court on Monday, May 20, to three years in prison for conspiring to violate the civil rights of Congregation Shaarey Tefilla, a Jewish synagogue in Carmel.
There are now nearly two dozen announced Democratic presidential candidates, and one of them is coming to the Hoosier state this weekend. California Rep. Eric Swalwell will hold a town hall on Sunday in Columbus.