Barber will donate $100,000 to UIndy
Tom Bryant may have closed Bryant’s Barber Shop – a fixture near Shelby Street and Hanna Avenue for 53 years – but that doesn’t mean he is retiring his scissors. He’s putting them to use in a shop that he’s built in a barn on his homestead near Acton. “I will cut hair until I can’t cut anymore,” said Bryant, 72, who still enjoys good health. see more
Beech Grove grad trainer for Patriots
Beech Grove’s Jordan Moore won’t be home for the holidays.
As a seasonal athletic trainer in the NFL, Moore will be with the New England Patriots on Christmas Eve against the Buffalo Bills and on New Year’s Eve against the New York Jets. see more
UIndy names new executive director of facilities
The University of Indianapolis has named Layne Maloney as its new executive director of facilities.
Maloney, who most recently served as director of facilities for Galen College of Nursing, possesses significant experience in managing construction and renovation, operations and maintenance, energy efficiency and sustainability efforts at large-scale campuses. see more
Flashes, Rebels fall in tourney semis
Franklin Central and Roncalli reached the semifinals of the Marion County girls basketball tourney before falling to ranked opponents Saturday at Lawrence Central. The Flashes ran into North Central for the second time this season and lost 76-44; Roncalli fell to Lawrence North 50-39, never recovering from the Wildcats’ 18-5 first-quarter lead. see more
Hornets notch pair of buzzer-beaters
Beech Grove’s boys basketball team beat the final buzzer in back-to-back games. First, senior guard Kenny Washington nailed the winning shot with three seconds left Friday against Indiana Crossroads opponent Park Tudor in The Hive, 56-54. see more
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