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Indiana ARPA funds distributed

Today, the Indiana Arts Commission announced it had distributed American Rescue Plan Act funds to 17 communities in Indiana, totaling $61,000.

12 Goalball athletes named to compete in Tokyo

This morning, Turnstone Center unveiled its new Olympic and Paralympic Training Site Marks in recognition of the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee's commitment to inclusivity.

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield supports Community Harvest

Today, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield announced their commitment to providing $661,000 over the next three years to continue the Fight Against Food Insecurity in Indiana.

John Metzinger hired as new Citilink GM

John Metzinger has been hired to serve as General Manager for the Fort Wayne Public Transportation Corporation/Citilink.

Gov. Holcomb: Offenders producing PPE

Governor Holcomb today announced offenders at the Miami Correctional Facility are producing PPE and hand sanitizer to be used in the fight against COVID-19.
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USF partner with St. Elizabeth School of Nursing

St. Elizabeth School of Nursing (Lafayette, Ind.) officials have signed an education partnership agreement with the University of Saint Francis.
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Indiana Governor’s Arts Awards ceremony

Governor Mike Pence and First Lady Karen Pence, tonight honored the recipients of the Indiana Governor's Arts Awards during a ceremony.
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Brighpoint receives funding from JPMorgan Chase & Co. to expand consumer loan program

Brightpoint announced today that is has received nearly $1 million in funding from JPMorgan Chase & Co. to expand its consumer loan program.
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IPFW Fall Tour continues with Purdue campus visit, industry tours

The 2015 IPFW Fall Tour continued October 12th, with tours through industry and entertainment venues in Indianapolis and Lafayette.
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IU, Purdue students: Expect delays if moving in via State Road 37 or I-65

INDOT advises students moving in to Indiana University and Purdue University to plan extra travel time on I-65 and State Road 37.