Marion County was pretty much paved over decades ago, but nestled here and there are still some pockets of the natural life. The most striking of these is a patch of ground at 8825 River Road that’s owned by the Central Indiana Land Trust. It’s hemmed in by the six loud, fast lanes of I-465 […]
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Oliver’s Woods is a 53-acre nature preserve located in Nora near the Keystone at the Crossing shopping area. It was left to the Central Indiana Land Trust by Mr. Oliver Daugherty, who passed away in 2009. The 53-acre property includes 16 acres of woods, 37 acres of prairie-savanna restoration, and a mile of frontage along the […]
Town Run Trail is a 127-acre natural resource park on the eastern edge of Nora. With approximately seven miles of packed dirt trails, it is a haven for mountain bikers. Town Run Trail Park is one of two public sites for off-road mountain bike trail riding in the Indianapolis metropolitan area. Town Run also supports a varied […]
Rapid Transit lines are designed to build upon the local bus service in key, heavily traveled corridors. The Red Rapid Transit Line is under detailed study. Running from Carmel through downtown Indianapolis to Greenwood, serving key destinations such as: Nora Broad Ripple Meridian-Kessler Ivy Tech Eli Lilly and Company Indy Connect completed a more detailed study […]
The People for Urban Progress have brought IndyGo’s PUPstops to Nora. If you don’t know the significance of these bright yellow seats in Nora, here’s the scoop: they are salvaged Bush Baseball Stadium seats repurposed at bus stops throughout Indianapolis. “After salvaging roughly 9,000 Bush Stadium seats in 2012, through a collaboration with Ecolaborative, RecycleForce, and Indianapolis […]
Wooded 102-acre park including a nature preserve with trails, birdwatching & spring wildflowers. The 84-acre preserve, encompassing most of Marott Park, is composed of an old second-growth mixed mesophytic upland forest in the north, and floodplain forest and successional fields along Williams Creek and the White River to the south. The park land was given to […]
The City of Indianapolis hosts the annual VEX Robotic Championship for elementary, middle school, and high school students. Students from the North Central High School and Northview Middle School Robotics Teams participated. Indy organized the VEX Robotics Championship (IndyVRC) in an effort to help promote science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) initiatives within the city. As […]
From: Gerardo Becerra Crime Watch Coordinator – IMPD North District There has been a recent increase in fraud activity in the Indianapolis metropolitan area and surrounding counties involving the Felony Lane Gang. These incidents usually result from car break-ins, and purses and other identification documents left inside the vehicles being stolen. The suspects will figure out where the victim’s […]
ATTENTION: Northview Middle School, Greenbriar Elementary, Allisonville Elementary, John Strange Elementary, and Crooked Creek Elementary will not serve as a polling location on November 4, 2014. Voters should confirm their polling location by visiting www.indy.gov/VIP or by calling (317) 327-VOTE (8683). Information posted via MSDWT.
Maybe you’ve driven by it a thousand times… Marting A. Nehrling (b. 1970, American) Arrows of Direction, 1989 stainless steel 3 sections, approx. 84x60x39 in. each This sculpture was the result of a design contest hosted by the Art Department at North Central High School. The artist was inspired by origami, and the folding shapes […]