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The federal government needs a way to figure out how to appropriate more than $675 billion annually for programs that impact housing, education, transportation and other everyday facets of life.

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Indiana Black Expo will host a series of events through summer to celebrate the statewide organization’s 50th anniversary, culminating with the 10-day Summer Celebration in July.

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The Indianapolis Urban League is issuing this statement in response to the FOX59 news report yesterday implying the Indianapolis Urban League (IUL) unconditionally supports the proposed Emergency Public Safety Summit announced Monday, February 10, 2020 by Indianapolis City County Councilman …

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Using old Nuvo newspaper racks, 24-year-old Sierra Nuckols has been creating food pantries, known as the Community Food Box Project, for communities struggling with food insecurity throughout Indiana for the past three years. 

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Fifty-four percent of 295 schools — both public and private — in Marion County tested positive for lead in water supplies. The schools were included in a study by the Marion County Public Health Department, which began in 2017. Schools with contaminated water sources were notified in 2018.

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IndyGo will have an open house for community members to learn about the proposed Purple Line from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 13 at CAFÉ Indy, 8902 E. 38th St.The 15.2 mile Purple Line is the second of three planned bus rapid transit lines and will connect Indianapolis and the City of Lawrence. T…