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Southside history

June 30, 2022 SST

By Nancy Hammerstrom and Nicole Davis “History is who we are and why we are the way we are.”        – David McCullough, American historian In the 200 years since Indianapolis was founded […]

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Southside construction update

May 19, 2022 SST

Compiled by Nicole Davis Does it seem everywhere route you take, there’s construction either causing a traffic jam or making you detour? With so much happening at the moment, it may be hard to keep […]

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Outlook on 2022

January 6, 2022 stsstimes

Compiled by Nicole Davis Following a bleak and unprecedented 2020, 2021 was a year of picking up the pieces. Continuing that momentum, 2022 is looking good for the Southside. Beech Grove, Greenwood and Southport report […]

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The old becomes new?

March 18, 2021 stsstimes

Owners of the historical Southport Masonic home, which has sat empty for decades, discuss its history and potential for its future By Rick Hinton Barry Browning, president of the Perry Township/ Southport Historical Society, has […]

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2021 OUTLOOK

January 7, 2021 SST

Compiled by Nancy Price 2020 was a year unlike anything the Southside, including the entire world, had seen since the Spanish flu pandemic in 1918. On March 6, Indiana confirmed its first case of COVID-19, […]

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Seasonal celebrities

December 17, 2020 SST

By Nancy Price Every year in December we see him – at the mall, at Christmas parties and in parades. The portly, jolly guy dressed in crimson, with a snow-colored beard, ruddy cheeks and infectious […]