Endangered Indiana: Falley-O’Gara-Pyke House

Saving a historic home in Lafayette that dates back to 1884. As Around INdiana Reporter Mary-Rachel Redman continues her Endangered Indiana series, we look at another Hoosier landmark that has made the Indiana Landmarks’ list of the 10 most endangered places in the state. What does the future hold for the Falley-O’Gara-Pyke house?... Read More

Endangered Indiana: Monon Station Bedford

Situated in the “Limestone Capital of the World,” Bedford’s Monon Station played a key role in shipping tons of Indiana limestone to construct the Pentagon and the Empire State Building. But now the historic Monon Station sits dilapidated and empty and has landed on Indiana Landmarks 10 Most Endangered List. Around INdiana Reporter Mary-Rachel Redman takes […]... Read More

Endangered Indiana: Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church

Known for its dramatic fan-vaulted ceiling, an historic Hook and Hastings organ and 62 stained glass windows and fixtures by New York’s Tiffany Studios, Richmond’s Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church finds itself on Indiana Landmarks 10 Most Endangered List for the second straight year. Around INdiana Reporter Mary-Rachel Redman takes us to Wayne County to see […]... Read More

Endangered Indiana: Church of the Holy Cross

For nearly a century, The Church of the Holy Cross has served as an anchor for the historic Holy Cross neighborhood on the near-east side of Indianapolis. But over the years, the number of parishioners dwindled, the building fell into disrepair and eventually closed in 2015 after its arched portico collapsed. Around INdiana Reporter Mary-Rachel […]... Read More

Endangered Indiana: Elwood Carnegie Library

It sits vacant now, but when the Elwood Carnegie Library opened in 1904 the building was considered a model for early twentieth-century library design. It served citizens for almost a century before the city built a new, larger library across the street. Indiana Landmarks has placed the Elwood Carnegie Library on its 10 Most Endangered […]... Read More

Endangered Indiana: Gary Roosevelt High School

Built in 1930, Gary Roosevelt has a proud and rich Hoosier history. It was one of only three high schools in Indiana constructed exclusively for African Americans. But the school sits empty now after years of deterioration. Indiana Landmarks has placed the building on its 10 Most Endangered List. Around INdiana Reporter Mary-Rachel Redman takes […]... Read More

Indiana Landmarks 10 Most Endangered List: Downtown Attica

Tucked away in western Indiana along the banks of the Wabash River, you’ll find the quaint town of Attica. Its downtown includes 50 historic buildings. But downtown Attica has lost some of its charm and has landed on the Indiana Landmarks 10 Most Endangered List for the second straight year. Around Indiana Reporter Mary-Rachel Redman […]... Read More