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Patches upon patches

September 14, 2017 Nicole Davis

Angi Cheeseman, president of Indiana Going Blue, seeks to raise support for law enforcement throughout the country When Angi Cheeseman’s daughter decided to become a police officer, the entire family became engrossed in the career. […]

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Something to Crow About

September 14, 2017 Nicole Davis

Nimble Thimbles Quilt Club hosts 2017 Quilt Show with proceeds going to charitable causes Nimble Thimbles Quilt Club is setting an example, demonstrating how the hobby of quilting can be used both as a modern […]

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Living Recovery in an Addiction Society

September 8, 2017 Nicole Davis

Local play to share stories of addiction, bringing an audience closer to the opioid epidemic, on Sept. 12 Sally Wasmuth started using theater for veterans who were active drug addicts when she was a research […]

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Brewing up a good time

September 7, 2017 Nicole Davis

Oaken Barrel Brewing Company owner Kwang Casey partners with Greenwood to give back to the community that supported him The Greenwood community has supported Kwang Casey since he opened Oaken Barrel Brewing Company 23 years […]

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Finding room for growth

September 7, 2017 Nicole Davis

Southside fire and police departments look into renovating or building new stations By Nicole Davis There appears to be a new trend on the Southside – police and fire departments in need of new buildings […]

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No more stink

September 7, 2017 Nicole Davis

Franklin Township friends Dan Poore and Mike Mattingly make Indy’s trash bins cleaner through Bin Cleanse Indianapolis began distributing 96-gallon trash bins to residents served by Republic Services in 2014. In two years, all residents […]

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Garbanzo beans

August 31, 2017 Nicole Davis

For many millennium, Garbanzo beans have been the most widely consumed legume in the world. Evidence suggests chickpeas were first cultivated in the Middle East around 7500 years BC. The popularity of chickpeas quickly spread […]