Nicole Griffin, WRTV Indianapolis

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WRTV Indianapolis

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by Nicole:

COVID-19 pandemic forces businesses to get creative

When weddings and events were canceled in March due to the coronavirus, Nameless Catering had to quickly come up with an idea to keep their business going. → Read More

COVID-19 pandemic still causing challenges for businesses

Courtney's Kitchen in Noblesville is now back open for dine-in services and they have been for about eight weeks now. → Read More

Business benefitting from people staying at home during pandemic

Moonshot Games has been able to expand from Noblesville and open a new store on Mass Ave. → Read More

Coin supply problems impact Laundry & More

At a time when having clean clothes is critical during the pandemic, Laundry & More had to cancel its Tuesday laundry day two weeks in a row after receiving only one roll of quarters from the bank. → Read More

Marion County Fair ends early after large fight, shooting

Sunday was supposed to be the last day of the fair, but the board of directors decided to cancel it. → Read More

Peaceful demonstration held at The Fashion Mall at Keystone

A peaceful demonstration was held Saturday at The Fashion Mall at Keystone. → Read More

Working Together: Help for families impacted by gun violence

In an effort to help families impacted by gun violence, Purpose 4 My Pain is collecting school supplies for their back-to-school giveaway. → Read More

MSD of Wayne Township's mask fundraiser helps local families

A local school district has seen an increase in orders for masks they are selling since everyone in Marion County will be required to wear a mask in public starting July 9. → Read More

Effort continues to build a youth center in Mars Hill

Since 2017, a local leader in Mars Hill has had a goal to build the Mars Hill Youth Center at a property on the corner of Holt Road and Southern Avenue. → Read More

Working Together: COVID-19 Relief Fund benefits Progress House

It helped pay for PPE, extra staff hours, and upgrades to the building. → Read More

Indy minority first responders hold peace walk for justice

The message from first responders taking part in Friday's Juneteenth peace walk is they feel the community's pain. → Read More

Unity in the Community: Improving police-community relations

A downtown block party Saturday designed to improve police-community relations → Read More

Indy outreach group provides food to families in need

During the pandemic, ML and Trip Outreach on the northeast side is helping families with rent, utilities and groceries. → Read More

Businesses on Indy's Mass Ave. hope the community returns

Locked doors, boarded up windows and empty sidewalks along Indy's Mass Ave. → Read More

Downtown Indianapolis business owners work on reopening following looting

Downtown Indianapolis business owners are focused on reopening following weekend looting that left their businesses damaged. For some, it may take a while. → Read More

The Rebound Indiana: Loan money for Boone County small businesses

The county's economic development corporation is granting loans up to $10,000 for small businesses with fewer than 30 employees that have been open at least two years. → Read More

Hiring Hoosiers: Apex Energy Solutions looking to hire hospitality workers

Apex is currently looking to fill around 12 sales positions at their Zionsville headquarters. → Read More

Rebound Indiana: ClusterTruck tests grocery delivery in Carmel

There is a small, medium and large with a different assortment of dairy products, meat. → Read More

Hiring Hoosiers: Bowen Center hiring for around 100 positions

The center has 10 physical locations but offers remote services in 27 counties. → Read More

Hiring Hoosiers: Home Services Unlimited hiring during pandemic

In order to be prepared, the company needs to hire nurses and home health aides to help even more patients. → Read More