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Past articles by Amanda:

Indy gym offers free yoga classes to help cope with pandemic

Taylor Made Wellness on the near east side, close to the old Angie’s List campus, is offering free yoga classes twice a week. → Read More

The Rebound Indiana: Helping visually impaired Hoosiers navigate the pandemic

People who are visually impaired are reliant on touch, so Bosma is continuing to provide training, technology, and solutions to ensure these Hoosiers have the tools to lead full and independent lives under the current conditions. → Read More

The Rebound Indiana: Take a swing at Naptown Stomp to relieve stress

Naptown Stomp's organizers are bringing the joy of dance to anyone who wants to pick up the steps with free beginner lessons offered online. → Read More

Bloomington-based soap company on Shark Tank

What started as three local roommates taking a closer look at the ingredients in their soap has turned into a thriving business with a unique business model. → Read More

Ascension St. Vincent streamlines plasma donor process for COVID-19

The hospital is working to streamline the donation process to hopefully save Hoosier lives. → Read More

Hiring Hoosiers: Eleven Fifty Academy offers free online coding course

This is an opportunity to help Hoosiers figure out if a career in web and software development is a right fit. → Read More

Hiring Hoosiers: Indianapolis company hiring home health aides

An Indianapolis company is looking for home health aides, HHAs. It is a job where no training is necessary to apply and the schedule is up to you. → Read More

Hiring Hoosiers: IU Health ramps up hiring search for open positions

IU Health is looking to hire people across the board from nurses and respiratory therapists, to patient transporters and lab techs. → Read More

The Milk Bank in need of breastmilk donors during pandemic

Similar to blood banks, milk banks are hurting for donations amid the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing guidelines. → Read More

Working Together: Kokomo mother provides free Narcan kits to ship right to your door

A Kokomo mom who works to save the life of someone overdosing says she is shipping out more free kits due to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Working Together: 'Bear' sightings in Indy neighborhood spread joy

Some neighbors in Indianapolis are helping each other get through the COVID-19 pandemic by putting a bear in the window. → Read More

Hiring Hoosiers: Booming business in Central Indiana allows Carvana expansion

The same company that brought the hard-to-miss car vending machine to the north side of Indianapolis is hiring Hoosiers. → Read More

Fishers police warning residents of organized theft gang operation targeting Hamilton County

Fishers police is warning residents after they say an organized theft gang is making moves, the most recent victim had several thousand dollars stolen from them in a matter of seconds. → Read More

Horizon House asking Hoosiers to "share the warmth" with the homeless community

As the temperatures continue to drop, the need continues to grow to help neighbors experiencing homelessness. → Read More

Hiring Hoosiers: Dairy industry facing lack of labor force

The dairy industry is a workforce in transition, as there are now fewer farms but more cows on them. → Read More

Indy beer delivery company crafting Hoosiers to fill driver gap

Monarch Beverage has a driver-in-training program where they provide the tools and resources necessary for drivers to get their CDL to start their career as a driver for free, also while getting paid. → Read More

LIFT Academy works to widen amount of women in the cockpit, while shortening pilot gap

LIFT Academy and Republic Airways are proud supporters of Women in Aviation initiatives. Both organizations actively work to engage women and girls in understanding that a career as a pilot is possible no matter your gender, race, or beliefs. → Read More

Project Lead the Way teaching Hoosier students career skills

Project Lead the Way is a provider of STEM education programs in engineering, biomedical science and computer science with a primary focus on career learning. → Read More

Ride inspectors at the Indiana State Fair ensure safety

Over 20 inspectors were out to check on the rides at the Indiana State Fair. → Read More

Newly married Crawfordsville couple needs help getting home

After an accident, Clay Chastain and his wife, Acaimie, need help to return home from their honeymoon in St. Kitts. → Read More