E-Learning Day + Healthy Haircuts for Hoosiers + I-65 Crash
Hey, neighbors! It’s me again, Miranda Fraraccio, your host of the Indianapolis Daily.
First, today’s weather:
Clear throughout the day. High: 83 Low: 60.
Here are the top stories today in Indianapolis:
- An Indianapolis barber academy is offering free haircuts for Hoosiers getting the COVID-19 vaccine. On October 4th, Kenny’s Academy of Barbering will be hosting Healthy Haircuts for Hoosiers. Crews will give out vaccines, do COVID testing, and give people in the community access to other resources. (CBS 4 Indianapolis)
- A man was killed Monday morning after crashing on I-65 on Indy’s northwest side. The man who died was driving south when his small passenger car ran off the road into the grass median, through the cable divider and came to a stop in the northbound lanes of I-65. The man died at the hospital after the early morning crash. (WTHR)
- A consignment sale event for women’s clothing and accessories is coming to Indianapolis. Your Best Friend’s Closet Consignment sale event will include 80 consignors, and is happening at Daniel’s Vineyard from Sept. 29 – Oct. 1. The sale will include exclusively women’s clothing and accessories. (WISHTV.com)
- The 3rd annual One Race Human Race International Film Festival is coming to Indianapolis on Sunday, Oct. 3, 2021. (WISHTV.com)
- The Metropolitan School District of Pike Township has declared e-learning day for Monday and Tuesday due to a bus driver’s “medical leaves and illness-related absences.” (Fox 59)
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Today in Indianapolis:
- Listening Session: MTP – Pike Branch Library (6:00 PM)
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— Miranda Fraraccio
About me: Miranda Fraraccio is a born and raised Rhode Islander. She works as a freelance copywriter for content creation agency Lightning Media Partners and as an assistant producer for a live-lit storytelling show in Chicago. She holds a degree in Writing & Rhetoric and Communication Studies from The University of Rhode Island. In her free time, you can find her traveling, hiking, or photographing her neighborhood as a street photographer.