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Brownsburg resident and former MLB pitcher Bill Sampen has recently acquired the shuttered Hoosier Athletic Center. Located near I-74 and Ronald Reagan off US-136, Sampen’s company, Samp’s Hack Shack, plans to revive and expand the complex to accommodate more baseball and softball tournaments, as well as other events. The Hoosier Athletic Center was known for […]

National Prevention Week raises awareness of the importance of substance use and prevention. It is a time to discuss drug problems within our community. National Prevention Week is taking place from May 7–13, 2023. There were more than 103,500 drug overdose deaths in the 12-month period ending in November 2022. Drugs like fentanyl have become […]

With the Spring games completed, the schedules for the next 2 years of college football playoffs have been announced. All we have to do is grind it out through the summer and soon it will be college football season again. Too soon? On September 2, 2022, the CFP Board of Managers originally voted to expand […]

The question of lawn etiquette came up with Kendall & Casey. Is it illegal in Indiana to blow grass clippings into the street? Indiana does not have a state law against blowing grass into the roadway.  However, local ordinances may have specific regulations about mowing grass into the road. In general, blowing grass clippings into the road […]

The Brewers Association (BA) has released its annual production figures for the US craft brewing industry. The study about craft brewers indicate that small and independent brewers produced 24.3 million barrels of beer in 2022. Despite the challenges faced by small craft brewers such as rising operating and material costs and increasing competition, craft’s overall […]

How long have you been at your job? One Indiana man has been digging his job for 68 years and 191 days. Allen McCloskey was recently recognized by Guinness World Records for the longest career as a male gravedigger. His career began on Aug. 28, 1952, and he has dug over 5,600 graves across 21 […]

Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett called the city an “illicit marketplace of death.” Due to the most recent wave of crime and violence in the city, let’s look at how safe we are in our homes. While your home type, neighborhood and crime rates all play a role, Vivint surveyed over 1,800 homeowners across the U.S. […]

“420” is a term that has gained popularity in recent years as a symbol of marijuana culture. It is often associated with the use of marijuana and has been celebrated on April 20th (4/20) as a day for those who enjoy smoking marijuana. However, the origins of “420” have been the subject of much speculation. […]

Indiana is among the top states in the country with the most festival-obsessed residents, ranking fifth overall with a score of 546, 28% higher than the national average, according to a recent study by fashion retailer Boohoo. The study analyzed Google Trends data of the last year for search terms used by participants in each […]

Frühlingsfest, a traditional German festival celebrating the arrival of spring, is coming to Indianapolis on April 28th and 29th, 2023. The festival will be held at the Edelweiss in German Park. It will feature live music, food, and various activities. Above all, whether you want to enjoy traditional German food and beer, listen to live […]