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Kountry Krafts

28697 Short Lane
Brookville, IN 47012

All Occasion Flowers & Gifts

107 E Main Cross St
Edinburgh, IN 46124

Affordable Weddings

15026 State Road 1
Leo, IN 46765

Cossairt Florist, Llc

139 W Boggstown Rd
Shelbyville, IN 46176

Little Keith Fine Florals

5206 North College Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46220

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Apr 20, 2018

Want to fight crime? Plant some flowers with your neighbor.

Rust Belt. Flint now has the second-highest homicide rate among US cities with populations under 100,000, after Gary, Indiana.In 2012, the University Avenue Corridor Coalition — a group of residents, businesses and two local colleges — decided to try to prevent crime by fixing up a 3-mile stretch of University Avenue running through the Carriagetown neighborhood of central Flint. We began measuring their results in 2014.The group started holding frequent neighborhood cleanup days to fix up vacant lots and abandoned buildings, symbolically “owning” them by adding lighting, sidewalk repair, benches and plantings. The owners were usually happy to allow neighbors to fix up their private property for free. Sometimes, they even pitched in.Those changes, we observed, inspired other homeowners and businesses on this flat, three-lane road to spruce up their properties, too — what one local resident called the “spreading effect of pride.”“I think that people really just needed to see that, ‘Hey, somebody does care about this other than just us,‘” said a coalition member.The group also successfully pushed to get a local corner liquor store — dubbed the “Stab 'n’ Grab” because fights broke out there so often — transformed into a Jimmy John’s sandwich shop. That may sound like just another chain restaurant, but in this part of Flint there are few businesses and almost nowhere else to eat. A new sandwich shop was a huge development.The vacant lot across the street from the Jimmy John’s, previously a favorite public drinking spot, was turned into a park called University Square. It now hosts regular events, replete with food trucks and lawn games.When people drive by this once derelict intersection and see a block party underway, a community organizer told me, their jaws drop.Busy streets have less crimeThese surface-level environmental changes turned out to have profound economic and societal effects on this part of central Flint.We surveyed residents there in 2014 — before the intervention began — as well as in 2016 and 2017. We are now preparing the results of the Flint study for publication in an academic journal, but here’s a snapshot of our findings.Over time, community members reported fewer mental health problems, said they’d been victims of crime less often, and felt less afraid. That’s probably because crime did go down along the University Avenue Corridor: According to the coalition’s latest report, assaults decreased 54 percent, robberies 83 percent and burglaries 76 percent between 2013 and 2018.To test the connection with the coalition’s work, we compared this area to a control group of Flint neighborhoods that had suffered similar levels of disinvestment and urban...

Apr 20, 2018

International Day of Flowers celebration

Fairbanks Park is open daily and free to visit. The spring celebration continues indoors at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Visitors can explore how spring is captured on canvas and learn how the works of art inside connect to the blooming landscape outside with the Hello Spring Gallery Tour, offered Tuesday through Fridays at 2 p.m.

Apr 6, 2018

Editorial: Help city to bloom

S. 00 East/West, to plant flower cuttings in hundreds of baskets that will hang from light posts on streets in the center of the city and around the Indiana University Kokomo campus. City crews soon will be busy hanging the baskets throughout the downtown area and along many city thoroughfares.If you have some free time May 19, we encourage you to show your community spirit and help Kokomo bloom this spring. (Kokomo Tribune)

Apr 6, 2018

Keith Jackson Celebration of Life Event Scheduled for Rose Bowl on April 15

In more than 50 years of broadcasting some of the world’s largest sporting events, including 10 Olympics, the World Series, the NBA Finals, the Indianapolis 500, and ABC’s Wide World of Sports, Jackson became best known as the voice of college football’s biggest games. The Rose Bowl Stadium’s Broadcast Center was renamed in his honor in 2015, and he was inducted into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame for his contributions to the New Year’s Day game.In lieu of flowers, Keith’s wife, Turi Ann, and family suggest donations to organizations that have been important to the Jackson family and to their community. These include:*Keith Jackson Statue at The Rose Bowl StadiumThe Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation is fundraising to erect the Keith Jackson Statue. The statue will be placed at the Stadium, which is the home to so many memorable sports moments made by Jackson throughout his years in*Keith and Turi Jackson Excellence Fund at the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at WSUKeith Jackson, a 1954 WSU alumnus, believed in students. Your gift will ensure student scholarship and access to professional experiences. His legacy will endure in students, making them digitally competitive, culturally engaged, and globally savvy. additional information please visit (Pasadena Now)

Nov 2, 2017

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK: Flowers drawing plenty of attention

Patriots will be looking to close out the first half of the 2017 campaign and head into their bye with a record of 6-2.Denver (85-49, .634), Indianapolis (81-49, .623), Green Bay (80-50, .615) and Pittsburgh (78-51, .605) round out the top five in the league in the first half of the season during that time. (The Patriot Ledger)