Pete the Planner provides answers to some frequently asked questions about the Economic Impact Payments (or stimulus checks). Read more about if you qualify and how you can ensure the IRS has the proper information to receive yours sooner!
IPS & WISH Air Lessons on TV
Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) and Circle City Broadcasting, owner of WISH-TV and MyINDY-TV 23, have formed a partnership to broadcast academic lessons to IPS students in Grades K-8 five days a week.
The lessons will air from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Monday through Friday on MyINDY-TV 23, beginning on April 27. Each lesson will vary in length and will cover a variety of subjects, including English, Math, Reading and Social Emotional Learning (SEL). Read more here.
Fire at 40th & Boulevard
We are deeply saddened by the news that four businesses at the 40th and Boulevard Place commercial node were evicted by a Sunday, April 12, fire that destroyed the single story building at 3965 Boulevard Place in the Butler-Tarkington neighborhood.
Businesses affected were Maytag Coin Laundry, Five Eighteen Pizza Parlor & Eatery, Allure Hair Studio, and Tree of Life Ministries Church. The Pastor of the Tree of Life Ministries told investigators that there were 4-6 people inside the church conducting a virtual service and noticed smoke in the ceiling before evacuating. No injuries were reported. Read more in Indy Midtown Magazine.
Community Compass is an app that you can download that helps our neighbors who are food insecure. Download the app or visit their website to view the many resources and ways that residents can find food assistance in Marion County.
Indy Parks is continuing its FREE after school meal services for youth ages 18 and under and have shifted to a Monday/Wednesday/Friday schedule.
Check their schedule for updates. Second Helpings is providing sandwiches for adults.
The Jazz Kitchen along with several partners have joined forces to create a musicians relief fund to assist local jazz and related genre musicians who have had a direct loss of income through cancelled or rescheduled performances. Learn more and donate here.
For more information on Midtown state of affairs as it relates to businesses, schools, cultural amenities, resources, announcements, and general health, visit
Indy Midtown Magazine's COVID-19 Update page, which will be updated regularly as new information becomes available.
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