|Published March 2nd, 2021|
Black-Owned Restaurants Take Center Stage During the Richmond Black Restaurant Experience

With nearly 70 Black-owned restaurants across the Richmond region, our vast and thriving food scene is highlighted by Black culinary contributions. 

|Published March 18th, 2021|
Make Your Way to RVA for a Spring Getaway

Signs of spring are budding throughout the Richmond region! With warmer weather ahead, RVA is bustling with new sites, bites and activities for visitors to safely enjoy.

Millennial Magazine

|Published February 13th, 2017|
A Bad Connection: Two Ways "FOLO" is Ruining Your Offline Life
Bailey Bromm spends nearly five hours every day on her smartphone, browsing social media and consuming online content. After a long day of classes, Bromm gets her fix by coming home and retreating to a her room for hours of internet surfing. 


A variety of self-reported web stories gathered during my time as a multimedia journalist at WTIU News- 
a PBS affiliate television station serving 29 counties in West and Southern Indiana.

Current In Westfield 

Samples of independently-reported articles featured in a weekly print news publication based out of Westfield, Indiana.

Residents Get First Look At Controversial Armored Vehicle

Bloomington residents got a chance to see the police department's controversial armored vehicle for the first time Tuesday night.

Sen. Bernie Sanders Campaigns For Liz Watson In Bloomington

Democratic candidate for the 9th Congressional District Liz Watson and Sen. Bernie Sanders held a rally in Bloomington Friday.

Terre Haute Holocaust Museum Hopes To Relocate To Historic New Home

The CANDLES Holocaust Museum in Terre Haute aims to give visitors more than a lesson in history. 

Is The City Of Bloomington Working Toward Eliminating Cars Downtown?

Efforts to attract visitors to Bloomington’s downtown have sparked contentious debate over how people should get there.

Samples of independently-reported articles featured in a weekly print news publication based out of Westfield, Indiana.

Current In Westfield 

Optometrist sets up shop in hometown

Since its official opening in February, Prather Family Eyecare has grown as a local healthcare business with more to offer than meets the eye. The Noblesville-based optometry office is open to provide services for the public and is overseen by the Noblesville native himself, Dr. Christopher Prather.

The Rustic Spa opens

The newly opened Rustic Spa of Noblesville is bringing locals a fresh and holistic take on wellness. As a Noblesville local herself, owner Gwen Niec has set out to provide spa services that promote a natural lifestyle and focus on a healthy wellbeing.

County assists with car seat testing, installation

Hamilton County is hoping to promote safe travel for children this summer through free car seat education sessions and safety checks offered by the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office.

With increasing rates of motor vehicle accidents involving infants and children over the years, the HCSO is continuing an initiative to combat the issue and bring awareness to the community.

Boys & Girls Club gets new tablets for kids

The Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville has partnered with Heartland Residential Services to provide 35 new computer tablets for the use of the children involved in after school programs.

Through their close connection with the Kiwanis Club, the Noblesville branch of the Boys & Girls Club was able to reach out to Heartland Residential Services who was then able to donate their unused technology for a greater cause.

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