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Feel like you’re driving on an obstacle course around Indy? Pothole season is officially here, so we’re sharing how you can help be part of the solution.
One group is seeing the future of Indianapolis’ interstates in a whole new way, with released redesign renderings that show a recessed interstate.
We’re giving you a summary of some of the biggest things the Indianapolis City-County Council approved for our city recently.
Why the Circle City scored 80 out of 100 in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
We’re breaking down some of the top city news today, so you can stay informed.
These candidates, if elected, will help shape the City of Indianapolis’ future over their four-year term.
We’re here to connect you with the right Indy city departments to address your needs.
Talks about converting part of the City-County Building into apartments or other uses have been halted — for now.
The Old City Hall will be home to 21c Museum Hotel public art gallery + the new 32-story tower will be built as an extension of the hotel, plus additional house and mixed-use space.
From recycling to leaf collection to heavy loads, we’ve got the dirt on how to get rid of your trash.
We compare our previous Municipal Equality Index scores from the Human Rights Campaign... plus, how that score might change.
Protect the night by taking some simple actions Saturday, April 15-Saturday, April 22
Gainbridge Fieldhouse is getting a new neighbor, and you’re probably already familiar with them.
What’s all that construction in the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood?
The city is investing in sidewalks, trails, and stormwater infrastructure over the next five years.
Good news for Indianapolis.
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