Indianapolis Public Schools’ foodservice staff will continue to provide free breakfast and lunch at sites around the district from October 2 to October 13. There will be nearly 25 locations providing meals, and expanded service to additional sites via The Bus Stop Café food bus. The Bus Stop Café will make stops at Haughville Branch Public Library, Martin Luther King Community Center and Stratford Apartments. Anyone under the age of 18 is able to eat at any of the sites for free. You do not have to be an IPS student to receive food. “We encourage families to come visit any of our sites for a hot, healthy meal featuring fresh fruits and vegetables to keep students energized for their Fall Break activities,” said IPS foodservice director Dena Bond.
One person died in a forklift incident at the Amazon Fulfillment Center on Perry Road Sunday afternoon. Plainfield medics were called to the plant at 2:46 p.m. according to Plainfield Fire Chief Joel Thacker. Plainfield Police confirmed that a person died, but could not share that person’s identity since relatives had not been notified.
In NFL Stadiums across the country and at Lucas Oil Stadium here in Indianapolis they played political football. Indianapolis Colts players locked arms, with nine players taking a knee. Twenty Cleveland Browns players did the same. The gesture not welcome by some fans, who voiced their displeasure with loud boos. The move came just days after a speech in which President Donald Trump said NFL players who take a knee instead of standing for the national anthem should be fired.
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