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Councilman Pits Neighborhood Against Walnut Grove's Safety Initiative for Elderly

For years, the mostly elderly residents of Walnut Grove pleaded with the City to address the dangerous volume of speeding traffic cutting through their community. Built in 1942 before the institution of safety regulations, Walnut Grove’s unprotected sidewalks, inadequate set-backs, narrow, curving streets and shortened sight lines are a recipe for danger for pedestrians and residents, especially on 26th and 29th Streets. 964 more words

Baby Luke!

“Where there is love there is life.” – Gandhi

So Luke was SUPPOSED to join us on March 15th .  BUT, he came early!  He decided Valentine’s Day was more his birth day style :). 142 more words

Couples

Smallpox Epidemic, Part LXXX

Prisoner Had the Smallpox.

Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
SOUTH BEND, Ind., April 26. – George Smith, aged twenty-one years, of Chicago, was locked up by the police last night as a vagabond. 40 more words

Indiana

New Things as of late...

After moving from the capital of the United States, I just adore these sunsets without obstruction.  Living in Virginia was inspiring but considering we were so close to the proximity of D.C. 680 more words

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What Is Your SWE IQ?

Regionals is right around the corner, so it’s just about time to get into the SWE mentality. We’re all pretty well versed at all things… 34 more words

Former Notre Dame President Theodore Hesburgh Dies at 97

(South Bend, Ind.) — The Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, who transformed the University of Notre Dame into a school known almost as much for academics as football and who championed human rights around the globe, has died. 1,339 more words

ALBUM REVIEW: Virgin Mobile Meth Lab

By: Derek Spencer

(I’m going to assume this is an album because it’s an appropriately length and because the tracks are numbered.  I do not, however have an album name or release year) 355 more words

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