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Long-term care close to home

By Brytnie Devon BEFORE TRANQUILITY Nursing And Rehab opened its doors in May 2019, Indiana residents needing long-term care for traumatic brain injury (TBI) or...

La Porte: A town with plenty of intimate attractions

WHEN LA PORTE WAS settled in 1832, it took just three years for the small settlement to grow to the size required to be...

A&I Variety MeaTs and Produce helps quell effects of food insecurity

By Tyler Fenwick ROBERT HEARST HAD AN “aha” moment after visiting family in mississippi and getting to see his cousins’ grocery store.  Why couldn’t he do...

Bridging the past and the present

By Breanna Cooper EVERY FAMILY HAS A unique history. Thanks to the popularity of websites like Ancestry.com and television shows such as “Who Do You...

Excitement is in the air in Indiana

By Oseye Boyd This issue is a special one. Every January, Indiana Minority Business Magazine recognizes individuals and organizations that prioritize diversity. They’re collectively known...

CICF working with community to create Inclusive City

By Leroy Robinson When Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) announced its five-year strategic plan in 2019, the question most asked was, “How will they do...

Reimagining school

By Andrew Hart  Over the last few months, the landscape of education in Indiana has taken center stage with rallies such as Red for Ed focusing on...

Fishers District: From dining to retail to residential living, a continuing revolution in development

By Tyler Fenwick The idea of Fishers becoming an attractive destination for real estate or dining or retail would have seemed preposterous in the 1980s...

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