Mary Milz,

Mary Milz

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by Mary:

West Lafayette city employees get new incentive to get vaccination

Starting Saturday, unvaccinated city workers who test positive for COVID or have been exposed must use sick leave. → Read More

Riley Maternity Tower set to open next month

Part of the preparation this week involved drills involving various scenarios. → Read More

Carmel works to keep kids safe as many more will walk to school this year

According to a district spokesperson, nearly 2,900 fewer students will take the bus this year. → Read More

Muncie Central wins State Fair Band Day competition; 3 schools withdraw due to COVID-19 concerns

The Anderson, Elwood and Hagerstown high school marching bands all pulled out after students were exposed to COVID-19 and had to quarantine. → Read More

Mayor to seek more money to address violent crime

Mayor Joe Hogsett will present his 2022 budget to the City-County Council on Monday, Aug. 9. → Read More

Purdue student wins equivalent of a year's tuition after signing up for school's vaccine lottery

Quentin Betts was part of Purdue Polytechnic High School's first graduating class this spring. → Read More

Masks recommended, but not required for unvaccinated students returning to Carmel schools

The district says its plan is based on guidance from the CDC and both the Indiana and Hamilton County health departments. → Read More

Art & music venues starting to reopen

Nearly 16 months after the pandemic struck, many entertainment venues are preparing to open their doors. → Read More

Kokomo Beach reopens with new security measures in place

One teen was shot in the parking lot Tuesday, the water park reopened with extra safety measures. → Read More

Town breaks ground on upscale residential, retail development in Speedway

A ceremonial groundbreaking was held Tuesday at a new retail and residential development on Speedway's Main Street. → Read More

Damar Village apartments set to open this summer

The first phase of Damar Village, a supportive living community, is scheduled to be completed this summer. → Read More

Hoosiers as young as 12 begin receiving COVID-19 vaccine

Beginning Thursday, Hoosiers 12 and older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

10 year old's 'blessing bags' project continues to send useful items to people in need

'Blessing bags' could be go to 3,000 by year's end, thanks to a 10 year old's ambitious project. → Read More

As busy Mother's Day approaches, some businesses struggle to find workers

Many businesses report difficulty finding workers as busy Mother's Day weekend approaches. → Read More

Arts organizations prepare to return from pandemic with scaled-down events

Some arts and performance events in Indianapolis are back on the calendar. → Read More

State of Downtown reports on impact of pandemic, shares optimism

State of Downtown report says workers starting to return to Indianapolis offices. → Read More

Missing Florida dog found in Indiana after a month-long search

"Cass" went missing April 1 and was taken in by a woman who was living out of her van in St. Augustine. → Read More

Marion County live music venues look for ways to keep playing

Marion County music venues are coping with ongoing restrictions in various ways, including moving guests outside. → Read More

'Bre Workout Challenge' honors life of fallen IMPD officer

Memorial 'workout' includes woman who says she was inspired by Bre Leath to become a police officer. → Read More

Health officials host webinar to dispel myths and share facts about the COVID-19 vaccine

The rush to get more people vaccinated comes as new strains of COVID spread in Indiana - strains that are more contagious and possibly more deadly. → Read More