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Indianapolis Public Schools’ next superintendent will be Aleesia Johnson, who has been the district’s interim superintendent since December 2018. The school board made the announcement June 21. IPS, the state’s largest school district, began its search for a new superintendent after former l…

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Fighting cancer is not only about research to find a cure. It’s also about supporting patients who often need financial assistance, guidance through the healthcare system and emotional relief. Helping local nonprofits address these needs the focus of 24 Indianapolis.

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June 20 is World Refugee Day, when people from around the world are supposed to take some time to try to understand what refugees go through when they leave a country and seek refuge in another.

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As a refugee who came to America from Africa nearly a decade ago, Winnie Bulaya understands the struggles people face when they come the states with a language barrier, few connections if any and a feeling of isolation. Bulaya, 47, wanted to do something to help those people, most of whom co…

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Indianapolis Public Schools has narrowed its search to three finalists, including the district’s interim superintendent and two education officials who currently work outside of the district.

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Indy Parks will provide free daily meal deliveries to nearly 100 program sites across the city this summer, including parks and mobile sites. The lunches, provided to children 18 and younger, are the same meals served in schools, libraries and apartment complexes throughout the year. Indy Pa…

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The Notorious B.I.G.’s seventh commandment, as heard on his 1997 sophomore album, “Life After Death,” was to keep family and business separate. He said “money and blood don’t mix.” But Elizabeth and Laurie Henry — a mother-and-daughter team in the McDonald’s business — have been mixing money…