Editor’s note: The Indianapolis Star Newspaper Guild is in contract negotiations with Gannett. We’ve asked our community to submit letters of support as we try to reach a fair deal. You can read about Gannett’s attempts to downgrade our health care, and their decision to withhold merit raises while we are in negotiations.
Local journalists are there to celebrate community milestones and capture pivotal moments.
They lead conversations and encourage self-reflection. Their work educates and informs, connecting residents to valuable resources and opportunities.
Without local journalism, many stories would go untold. And without the talented men and women who capture and report on life in our city, our community would be a lesser place for those who call it home.
Mayor of Indianapolis
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