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Indiana University Health is offering drive-thru flu shot clinics. Free flu shots are available for anyone age 11 and up. The shots will be given on a first-come, first-served basis as a maximum of 500 shots will be available at each clinic.

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State Rep. Vanessa Summers will moderate “Being Black and Pregnant: COVID-19 and Racism.” Panelists include Dr. Virginia Caine, Marion County Public Health Department director; Sen. Jean Breaux; Carl Ellison, Indiana Minority Health Coalition president and CEO; and Dr. Kristina Box, State He…

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The Mays Family Institute Diverse Speaker Series will present “Leading During a Crisis: Lessons on Philanthropy and Racial Justice” from 2 to 3:15 p.m. Oct. 27. Una Osili, associate dean for research and international programs at IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, will moderate the disc…

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Marion County adults affected by COVID-19 can receive free training for high-demand industries through Washington Township Adult Education. Courses are offered online and in person, depending on the industry and include dental assisting, certified clinical medial assistant, pharmacy tech, co…

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Voting is a big issue as we get closer to Election Day. But that isn’t the only way people are making their voices heard this year. Over the past few months, Side Effects Public Media’s Darian Benson has followed four young women who are pushing for change in their communities. In the first …

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Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses will work with InnoPower and Recorder Media Group to build out a more equitable small business ecosystem in Indianapolis after participating in the 2020 InnoPower Minority Business Conference. Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses helps entrepreneurs cre…

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Anthony McCloud has an unromantic attitude toward voting. He stood near the back of a long line of early voters Oct. 16 at the City-County Building and said this is just what he’s supposed to do as someone who wants to help make a difference.

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In an effort to make sure our readers are informed this election season, the Recorder sent questionnaires to candidates so voters know where they stand on important issues. 

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More than half of jurisdictions in Indiana have voting equipment that doesn’t include a verified paper trail, making it difficult to detect security breaches or errors in the system.

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When Curtis Guynn celebrated his 80th birthday Oct. 10 with a surprise party, his family and friends made sure to highlight the myriad accomplishments he has made throughout his life.