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Being a mentor to others has never been anything I had ever considered in my life, yet life always has always confronted me with the challenges and aspirations that I never thought were even possible. Though as I walk through this life, I made a realization that not only does my life matter,…

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The Bishop James E. Tyson Memorial Luncheon honoring pastors and their spouses was held Oct. 5 at The Wellington Banquet Center, Fishers. The pastors and their spouses were given a special gift. Also honored with special awards were Dr. Leonard Scott, Nathan Bluitt, Tyree Coleman, Sora Walke…

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Last December, as she celebrated her 60th birthday, Maxine Bryant had a startling realization. After basically living her whole life not knowing anyone from her birth family, she got the feeling that she may never actually meet them.

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After the first mayoral debate Aug. 29, candidate Jim Merritt told reporters he would develop a Black agenda for his campaign.

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Looking north on Post Road at the intersection of 42nd Street, there was an unfamiliar sight peeking out above the trees. It was the zipper, that carnival ride where passengers hang on for dear life inside a cage as they get whipped around in a rotating oval.

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By now, I'm sure you've heard about the Meatless Monday movement, but have you ever participated? Since 2003, Meatless Monday has grown into a global movement powered by a network of participating individuals, hospitals, schools, worksites and restaurants around the world. The goal is to enc…

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Even as advocates say conversations about mental health are becoming more productive and less taboo, it remains true that those who deal with mental health issues often face a stigma that discourages honest discussion and sometimes leaves them feeling alone in their fight.