Barbershop health initiative returns for third straight year
The Indiana Black Barbershop Health Initiative, coordinated by theIndiana Commission of the Social Status of Black Males (ICSSBM), is back for its third year of educating African American men on cardiovascular diseases and other health factors.
- Heroes honored in Pittsboro
Avon to host family bicycle ride
Avon will host a family 5K bicycle ride and one-mile bike/walk at 11 a.m. April 20.
Westside residents needed for clean-up efforts
While freezing temperatures and show are still hanging around, it’s still time to think about spring.
Ben Davis alum gives back
Ben Davis High School alumnus Bill Rogers has made a donation of $200,000 to the Wayne Township Education Foundation, citing a desire to “make a difference” for the school system that helped give him his start in life.
PPD to honor local heroes
PITTSBORO — Two employees of the Pittsboro Veterinary Clinic became heroes in their community when they intervened in a domestic violence situation on Feb. 22.
Future of DCSC pilot programs up in the air
The school board here received a presentation on the corporation’s Mass Customized Learning (MCL) pilots at its meeting Monday night, but have put off making a decision on whether the pilots will stay.
Laughing for the Health of It
If laughter truly is the best medicine, Mental Health America Hendricks County is offering a prescription.
AHA seeks award nominees
The American Heart Association is accepting nominations for people who have made positive impacts on the heart health of central Indiana residents and/or advanced the association’s mission of building healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
Library helping to raise money for the HRH Childbirth Center
About 210 of the 1,100 babies born annually at Hendricks Regional Health receive one-on-one care in the Special Care Nursery before they go home.
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