City Hall Reporter, Indianapolis Star
Indy city hall reporter, The Indianapolis Star. Formerly covered courts. Colorado native, runner and lover of good music, good beer and good food.
indystar.com — A Marion County sheriff's deputy has been fired for sexual misconduct, a spokeswoman for Sheriff John Layton said today. Warren Hoosier, a 13-year veteran of the department, "inappropriately touched'' a female inmate as he was escorting her to within the Marion County Jail.
The bride with 25,000 guests: Holding a sash, newlywed, 19, waits for relative to perform a 'Mitzvah dance' as she marries into Ultra Orthodox Jewish family | Mail Onlinedailymail.co.uk — Thousands attended the wedding of the grandson of the leader of the Hasidic dynasty Belz Rebbe yesterday 18-year-old Shalom Rokeach will be the future leader of the Jewish sect - one of the largest in the world He married 19-year-old bride Hannah Batya Penet in the traditional ceremony which lasted several hours until dawn By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 04:14 EST, 22 May 2013 | UPDATED: 10:15 EST, 22 May 2013 Weddings are always a big occasion, but with a guest-list of more than 25,000, this traditional Jewish ceremony dwarfs even the most lavish of nuptials.
indystar.com — City officials have put the activities of the Indy Land Bank on hold as they review the fallout from the federal indictment of two employees. Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard this morning addressed the charges announced Tuesday against the employees and three others involved in buying and selling the Land Bank's abandoned properties.
indystar.com — My introduction to the Eastside came nine years ago when I was still living in Florida. My wife and I were contemplating a move to Indianapolis. The advice, from the Floridians we knew that had friends and relatives here, was simple and unanimous: Avoid the Eastside. It's no place to raise a family.
indystar.com — A world sports park, 120 miles of street resurfacing and 83,000 feet of sidewalks are among the projects planned this year under the city's RebuildIndy program. Standing next to an under-construction extension of the Fall Creek Trail near College Avenue, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard said connectivity projects would factor heavily in this year's work.
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