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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…

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Mayor Hogsett gave his fourth State of the City Address recently and there was the good, the bad and the omitted — but overall, he made a decent case for a hopeful, healing, progressing city where peace is ascendant.

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UPDATE: R&B singers Joe and Marsha Ambrosius have been added to the Summer Celebration concert lineup after Indiana Black Expo and Jaheim, who was originally slated to the headliner, had a dispute on social media about him making an appearance.

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Indiana Avenue, a solid foundation. Building on the legacy of its founders the Indianapolis Urban League Sam H. Jones Center, serving more than 15,000 Hoosiers annually, remains unique; we convene, we advocate, we educate, we groom young professionals to serve on nonprofit boards, and we pro…

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Clocking in at 220 pages, the White River Vision Plan Draft is the culmination of 15 months of community partners across Marion and Hamilton counties working together to reimagine what the White River can look like. But they’re not quite done, and there’s still time for you to get involved a…