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Indianapolis Programs and Services for the Disabled and Handicapped
Here you'll find information about programs and services that meet special needs of Indianapolis residents who are disabled or handicapped.

Indianapolis Utility Companies
If you're new to Indianapolis, one of your first tasks is likely to be getting connected with the utility companies. Here you'll find links to Indy's electric, gas, water, sewer, and trash pick-up providers.

Renting an Apartment in Indianpolis
If you're looking to rent an apartment in Indianapolis, these resources will show you what's available, including information on amenities, rates, policies, and floor plans.

Indianapolis Senior Citizens
Here you'll find resources and articles geared to meet the needs and interests of Indianapolis's senior citizens.

24-Hour Restaurants in Indianapolis
It's 3 a.m. and you've got a bad case of the munchies. Where can you go to get a bite to eat? Whether you're craving breakfast, desserts, a salad, or something more substantial, these 24-hour Indy restaurants have got you covered.

Indianapolis Providers of Television Service
Indianapolis residents can choose to receive TV signals via cable or satellite service providers. If you choose cable service, you have no choice of provider. Comcast is the primary provider of cable TV to Marion County residents. The primary providers of satellite services are DISH Network and DIRECTV.

Indianapolis Businesses and Government
Explore local and statewide businesses and government offices and the people who make Indianapolis and Indiana work. Also find information on vital city services, such as libraries, post offices, emergency workers, and the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

Indianapolis News and Issues
Get updates on the latest Indianapolis news and see what issues are being hotly debated. News and issues that are of interest and importance to residents of Indianapolis are featured here.

Indiana College Football Teams
Indiana colleges and universities have some mighty football teams to reckon with. Here you'll find links to the Web sites of some local favorites.

Indiana Men's College Basketball Teams
College basketball is big in Indiana, and Indiana's college and university men's basketball teams are among the most prominent in the nation. Look here for information on the best that Indiana college basketball has to offer.

Indianapolis December Calendar of Events
Indianapolis's calendar of events for the month of December is packed with events and activities for people of all ages. Celebrate the holiday season and the coming of the New Year by checking out these December highlights.

Indianapolis December Calendar of Events
Indianapolis's calendar of events for the month of December is packed with events and activities for people of all ages. Celebrate the holiday season and the coming of the New Year by checking out these December highlights. Page 2.

Fireworks Displays in Indianapolis and the Surrounding Area
A list of 2009 Fourth of July holiday fireworks displays taking place in Indianapolis and the surrounding communities.

Indianapolis November Calendar of Events
An Indianapolis calendar of events for the month of November lists fall fun for the whole family, including holiday events and celebrations.

Indiana IHSAA Boys' Basketball Sectionals Get Underway
The 99th annual IHSAA Boys Basketball State Tournament will get underway March 3-7 as 402 Indiana high schools compete in sectionals at 64 sites around the state.

The Red Brick Wall and the United Methodist Church - Lockerbie Square Landmarks
The Red Brick Wall at the corner of Vermont and East streets in Lockerbie Square once surrounded the Home for the Aged Poor, which was operated by the Little Sisters of the Poor from 1878 to 1968. The Lockerbie Square United Methodist Church, originally the German Evangelical Church in the 1880s, is a beautiful architectural testament to the historic neighborhood. Page 10.

Former Home of Indiana Governor James Brown Ray
The former home of Indiana Governor James B. Ray, now at 302 N. Park Ave. in Lockerbie Square, once stood on the site of the Marion County Jail in Indianapolis. Page 2.

George & Netty Holler House, Lockerbie Square
The George & Netty Holler House in Indianapolis' Lockerbie Square was built in 1863 by German immigrant George Holler. It was purchased by the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana in 1968, restored in 1974-75, and utilized as the headquarters of the Indianapolis Bicentennial Committee in 1975-76. Page 3.

Katie Kindell Cottage in Indianapolis' Lockerbie Square
The cottage at 517 Lockerbie St. was once the home of James Whitcomb Riley's housekeeper, Miss Katie Kindell. Page 4.

James Whitcomb Riley Museum in Indianapolis' Lockerbie Square
The James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home at 528 Lockerbie St. in Lockerbie Square is where the famous Hoosier poet spent the last 23 years of his life and wrote many of his most famous works. The Victorian home and all of its furnishings have been beautifully preserved. Page 5.

The Webber House in Indianapolis' Lockerbie Square
This home, located in Indianapolis' historic Lockerbie Square,is a typical example of Indianapolis domestic architecture of the late 1800s. Page 6.

Joseph W. Staub House in Indianapolis' Lockerbie Square
Joseph W. Staub, a tailor, produced Civil War uniforms from his home in the Indianapolis neighborhood of Lockerbie Square. Page 7.

Lockerbie Square Home Wins New Construction Award from Historic Landmarks Foundation
One of a handful of recently-constructed homes in Indianapolis' Lockerbie Square, the one standing at 628 E. Vermont St. was the winner of the

Herman Lieber Cottage in Indianapolis' Lockerbie Square
The Herman Lieber Cottage in Indianapolis' historic Lockerbie Square was built by Lieber, civic leader and co-founder of The Athenaeum, and later purchased by Capt. William Tarkington, brother of famous author Booth Tarkington's grandfather. Page 9.

Garfield Park Conservatory Images Indianapolis
Images from the Garfield Park Conservatory in Indianapolis from About.com Indianapolis site guide Christy Pingleton. Page 2.

Tomato Can Sculptures at the 2009 Indiana State Fair
2009 was declared the

Tomato Can Sculptures at the 2009 Indiana State Fair
2009 was declared the

Tomato Can Sculptures at the 2009 Indiana State Fair
2009 was declared the

Tomato Can Sculptures at the 2009 Indiana State Fair
2009 was declared the

Tomato Can Sculptures at the 2009 Indiana State Fair
2009 was declared the

Images of Garfield Park, Indianapolis, Indiana
Images of Garfield Park in Indianapolis, Indiana, from About.com's guide to Indianapolis. Page 4.

Images of Garfield Park, Indianapolis, Indiana
Images of Garfield Park in Indianapolis, Indiana, from About.com's guide to Indianapolis. Page 3.

Images of Garfield Park, Indianapolis, Indiana
Images of Garfield Park in Indianapolis, Indiana, from About.com's guide to Indianapolis. Page 10.

Garfield Park Conservatory Images Indianapolis
Images from the Garfield Park Conservatory in Indianapolis from About.com Indianapolis site guide Christy Pingleton. Page 3.

Garfield Park Conservatory Images Indianapolis
Images from the Garfield Park Conservatory in Indianapolis from About.com Indianapolis site guide Christy Pingleton. Page 10.

Garfield Park Conservatory Images Indianapolis
Images from the Garfield Park Conservatory in Indianapolis from About.com Indianapolis site guide Christy Pingleton. Page 5.

Garfield Park Conservatory Images Indianapolis
Images from the Garfield Park Conservatory in Indianapolis from About.com Indianapolis site guide Christy Pingleton. Page 7.

Garfield Park Conservatory Images Indianapolis
Images from the Garfield Park Conservatory in Indianapolis from About.com Indianapolis site guide Christy Pingleton. Page 9.

Images of the 2009 Indiana State Fair
A collection of photos taken by freelance writer/photographer Mandi Rogier at the 2009 Indiana State Fair for the Indianapolis About.com website. Page 13.

Images of the 2009 Indiana State Fair
A collection of photos taken by freelance writer/photographer Mandi Rogier at the 2009 Indiana State Fair for the Indianapolis About.com website. Page 8.

Images of the 2009 Indiana State Fair
A collection of photos taken by freelance writer/photographer Mandi Rogier at the 2009 Indiana State Fair for the Indianapolis About.com website. Page 6.

Images of the 2009 Indiana State Fair
A collection of photos taken by freelance writer/photographer Mandi Rogier at the 2009 Indiana State Fair for the Indianapolis About.com website. Page 14.

Neighborhoods in the Greater Indianapolis Area
An overview of neighborhoods in the greater Indianapolis area and the towns and cities surrounding Indianapolis. Discover downtown Indianapolis's mile-square and the attractions in each of its four quadrants, and explore neighborhoods throughout Indianapolis, Marion County, and the surrounding suburbs.

Things to Do in Indianapolis
There's plenty to do in Indianapolis -- from standard fare like arts, entertainment, museums and monuments to events unique to Indy like the Indy 500 and the Indiana State Fair. This is the place to find out where to go to enjoy your favorite activities, or explore some you may not have thought of before.

Walking Tour of Indianapolis' Historic Lockerbie Square
The oldest surviving residential neighborhood in downtown Indianapolis, Lockerbie Square is the first historic district in Indianapolis to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places. A walking tour of the neighborhood features cobblestone streets and a mix of Italianate, Federal, and Queen Anne homes, as well as the James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home. Stepping into this neighborhood is like stepping back a century and a half in time.

Meet Your Indianapolis City-County Representatives
The city of Indianapolis and Marion County are served by the City-County Council, which is made up of 29 elected individuals, or councillors. Each of 25 geographic districts elects one member to represent that district, and an additional four members are elected county-wide to serve in at-large positions. Each Council member serves a four-year term.

Meet Your Indianapolis City-County Representatives
The city of Indianapolis and Marion County are served by the City-County Council, which is made up of 29 elected individuals, or councillors. Each of 25 geographic districts elects one member to represent that district, and an additional four members are elected county-wide to serve in at-large positions. Each Council member serves a four-year term.

Meet Your Indianapolis City-County Representatives
The city of Indianapolis and Marion County are served by the City-County Council, which is made up of 29 elected individuals, or councillors. Each of 25 geographic districts elects one member to represent that district, and an additional four members are elected county-wide to serve in at-large positions. Each Council member serves a four-year term.

Tomato Can Sculptures at the 2009 Indiana State Fair
2009 was declared the

Images of the 2009 Indiana State Fair
A collection of photos taken by freelance writer/photographer Mandi Rogier at the 2009 Indiana State Fair for the Indianapolis About.com website.

Images of the 2009 Indiana State Fair
A collection of photos taken by freelance writer/photographer Mandi Rogier at the 2009 Indiana State Fair for the Indianapolis About.com website.

Things to Know about Indianapolis
There's a lot to know about living in Indianapolis, and this is the place to get the basic facts you need. Particularly helpful for new residents, this section includes info on city services, utilities, Indy area schools, local government, and more.

Images of Garfield Park, Indianapolis, Indiana
Images of Garfield Park in Indianapolis, Indiana, from About.com's guide to Indianapolis.

Super Bowl XLVI
If you're looking for information about the Super Bowl, you've come to the right place. Here's everything you need to know about getting around the city, where to stay and what don't-miss attractions the city has to offer!

Christian Stores in the Indianapolis Area
There are many Christian stores in the Indianapolis area, offering a wealth of Christian music, jewelry, books, Bibles, church supplies, and much more.

Indianapolis Religion, Spirituality and Places of Worship
Share your personal beliefs about God and our universe with others of like mind, or explore different religions. This site celebrates human spirituality and the ways in which the people of Indianapolis choose to worship.

Towns and Cities Surrounding Indianapolis
Adjacent to the Indianapolis metropolitan area are many small towns and cities that rely heavily on Indy for employment, entertainment, and more, while maintaining their own government, schools, and personalities. These suburban communities are an integral part of the Greater Indianapolis area.

Things to Do in Indianapolis
There's plenty to do in Indianapolis -- from standard fare like arts, entertainment, museums and monuments to events unique to Indy like the Indy 500 and the Indiana State Fair. This is the place to find out where to go to enjoy your favorite activities, or explore some you may not have thought of before.

An Overview of the Indianapolis 500 and Indy 500 Festival
An overview of the Indianapolis 500 and Indy 500 Festival programs and activities, including the running of the Indianapolis 500 race, traditions, history, the Indy 500 parade, the Mini-Marathon, how to get tickets, and more.

The Indianapolis 500 and 500 Festival
The Indianapolis 500 and 500 Festival events and activities.

Indianapolis Weather
This is the place to come for fun facts and statistics about Indy weather.

Indianapolis area maps and transportation
Getting around Indianapolis is easy with these maps and guidelines. Find out about public transportation, bus schedules, and Indy’s most-traveled routes and thoroughfares — including construction zones to avoid — here.

Celebrating Valentine's Day
Looking for ways to make your Valentine's Day celebration special? Whether your idea of the perfect Valentine's Day involves an elaborate getaway or something sweet and simple, check out these ideas to make the day memorable.