INDIANAPOLIS — Major changes are expected to come to two heavily traveled streets on Indy’s near eastside. The City is expected to convert sections of Michigan and New York streets from one-way to two-way roads. “I think probably, like all change, some folks will have mixed feelings,” Indianapolis resident, Anne Lear, said. DPW says through […]

INDIANAPOLIS — IndyGO is planning to reopen the Julia M. Carson Transit Center after two years of being closed to the public. “I’ve been commuting off of IndyGO since the 1960s. When the bus was running on an electrical trolley,” Buford Stokes said. Stokes loves Indianapolis, and IndyGO — especially the transit center. “It bears […]

If you are going downtown on the fourth to see the annual fireworks display, there are a few things you need to know to prepare you for the night. The show is expected to begin promptly at 10 p.m. and last 20 minutes. During that time, an estimated 3,500 shells will be fired for plenty of […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Organizers of the annual Motorcycles on Meridian event that has occurred in Downtown Indianapolis since 2008 have decided to discontinue the event. The groups are instead working on a new event to celebrate the motorcycling community in Central Indiana. Each summer, thousands of motorcyclists would park their bikes along the curb lanes as […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Pacers Sports & Entertainment have unveiled their plans to construct a $20 million event center, named the Bicentennial Unity Plaza Entertainment Complex, next door to Gainbridge Fieldhouse. According to Pacers Sports & Entertainment, the three-story center’s location would be 108 S. Delaware St. and include a speakeasy bar, a restaurant and an upper-level […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Back 9 Golf and Entertainment, a new 58,000 square-foot venue near downtown Indianapolis, is holding a hiring event as they prepare to open. The hiring events will be held from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on April 25 and April 26 at the Primo Banquet Hall on National Avenue. The company is looking […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Convention Center, Lucas Oil Stadium and its vendors are hosting a job fair next weekend as they look to hire part-time employees. They are looking to hire employees to fill hourly positions, in areas like food and beverage, security, guest services, ticket office, event set up and housekeeping, to work large […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Metropolitan Police officers are investigating after responding to an “active gun fight involving shots fired” around 1 a.m. Sunday. Officers found multiple shell casings in the 200 block of South Meridian Street and say they received multiple calls about the incident. Police say no one was found shot on or around the […]

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INDIANAPOLIS — A downtown Indianapolis staple for many years is back! The Original Farmers’ Market is reopening for its 25th season starting on Wednesday, May 5. The Farmers’ Market will run every Wednesday, May through the end of October, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. rain or shine, located outside on Market Street. The Original Farmers’ […]

  INDIANAPOLIS – St. Elmo’s restaurant in downtown Indy is closing for cleaning after multiple employees tested positive for COVID-19. The restaurant issued a statement Saturday evening saying they learned nine employees had tested positive for the virus. “Out of an abundance of caution, St. Elmo’s has made the decision to close the establishment and […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Two downtown establishments received notices of violation last weekend from the Marion County Department of Public Health. The Patron Saint and Tiki Bob’s, both located in the 200 block of South Meridian Street, were cited, according to Aliya Wishner, a spokesperson for the health department. “Both were very cooperative in correcting issues, including […]