The novel coronavirus has changed just about everything we do, making remote conversations the new normal whether for school or work. But, what about landing that next job? “People are preparing for either their next big role or they may feel like whatever is going on with their employer they may need to shift or […]

Those who receive SNAP benefits who are trying to avoid entering grocery stores now have the option in many locales to take advantage of curbside pickup. On Thursday, Kroger and its family of grocery stores (which include Dillons, Harris Teeter, King Soopers and Ralphs) announced that SNAP benefits can now be used at 2,800 locations […]

Hours after CNN anchor Chris Cuomo confirmed that he tested positive for the novel coronavirus, his brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo showed just how important tough love could be in preventing the spread of the disease. During a Tuesday press conference, Andrew Cuomo told media members that just two weeks ago, his mother had […]

One major manufacturer of helmets and racing gear is switching production to keep its workers on the job and make items meant to keep people healthy. Read the full story here. Source:

Indiana University will provide free Wi-Fi access in parking lots at its campus around the state for students, faculty, staff and people who do not have internet access due to library and business closures. According to a news release from the university, IU’s Information Technology Services networks division set up hot spots so users can […]

Shauna Williams owns Once Upon a Party, an event business where she provides face painting, glitter tattoos, art parties, balloon twisting and balloon decorations for kids birthday parties and corporate events. All of Williams events have been canceled or postponed in March and April. She had 15 scheduled events and usually gets about the same […]

Many local Indiana restaurants are still offering carryout or delivery service after Gov. Eric Holcomb ordered all dine-in establishments to cease operations due to the coronavirus. If you need food in Indiana, this is a list of restaurants, grocery stores and food pantries. For the full list click here. Source:  

While the list of things to do outside of the house gets shorter and shorter amid the COVID-19 pandemic, several local businesses are thinking of ways families can maintain their sanity while staying home for more extended periods. Jack’s Donuts in Plainfield is one of the local businesses who have thought of a creative way […]

Indiana Stay-At-Home Order FAQ INDIANAPOLIS – Governor Eric J. Holcomb delivered a statewide address Monday to order that Hoosiers remain in their homes except when they are at work or for permitted activities, such as taking care of others, obtaining necessary supplies, and for health and safety. The related press release is attached. Below are […]

As COVID-19 continues to spread across the country, many places have been forced to close under mandate from city, state and federal governments — but there are also hundreds of places that are seeking to hire people to fill immediate needs. We’re working on a list of places that are looking to fill those needs, […]

The community has a lot of questions and concerns about food and meals as township schools have closed.  A list of schools that are closed are listed at Marion County Closes Schools Due To Coronavirus.  But of these closings, are meals still being offered?  According to RTV6, yes.  On Friday, IPS communications manager, Carrie Black, told […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Butler’s basketball team is in rarefied territory. The Bulldog men are ranked No. 6 in both major college basketball polls released Monday. In the AP poll, It’s the highest ranking in the long history of Butler’s basketball program. In the coaches ranking, Butler was number-two at the end of the 2010 and 2011 […]