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June 19, 2013

PASSION FOR PORSCHE

Zionsville — Porsche enthusiasts gathered on Main Street in Zionsville Saturday, June 15, for the third annual CruZionsville. Spectators admired more than 100 cars, and enjoyed live music and great food. Proceeds from the event went to the Alzheimer’s Association — Greater Indiana Chapter.

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  • NEI ZT072314 Robert Neal pic Local professional actor passes along skills Anyone who has seen Robert Neal on stage knows he has a presence that is hard to ignore. It is hard to imagine he actually describes himself as shy — and even reclusive at times. Born in Brazil, Indiana, Neal has lived in Zionsville for 10 years. Along with acting, he teaches at the University of Indianapolis, Summer Conservatory for Youth at the Indiana Repertory Theatre, and takes outside gigs.

    July 23, 2014 2 Photos

  • BIZ ZT070914 Sages Simple Syrups pic Couple gives nondrinkers something to sip on One Whitestown couple was miffed that there was such a craze for craft cocktails sweeping the nation, but nondrinkers were left out of the loop. Ryan O'Neill stopped drinking when he found out he would be a father two years ago. Not wanting his wife, Bryna, to give up drinking as well, the couple founded Sage's Simple Syrups, which can be used in both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

    July 9, 2014 2 Photos

  • BIZ ZT070214 sugar bowl pic old and new Lebanon native brings back the Sugar Bowl John Staton has fulfilled his destiny by returning to his hometown of Lebanon and reopening a favorite restaurant from his childhood — the Sugar Bowl.

    July 2, 2014 3 Photos

  • NEI ZT070214 Hair pic 'Hair' gives students valuable experience Summer Stock Stage opened and closed the 1960s classic “Hair” last weekend with three Boone County natives among the cast of the rock musical.

    July 2, 2014 1 Photo

  • NTG ZT062514 TOY pic ZCS Teacher of the Year is inspired, inspiring According to Sharon Boggs, she had never won anything in her life, but as of May, Boggs can proudly display her title of District Teacher of the Year for the Zionsville School Corporation. Boggs was also named teacher of the year for Union Elementary.

    June 25, 2014 1 Photo

  • NWS ZT062514 Alec Yoder pic Junior Olympian trains in Zionsville gym InterActive Academy sits right off US 421, taking up 60,000 square feet. Within its walls, 30,000 of those square feet are dedicated to training gymnasts — including Alec Yoder, who will represent team USA in the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China, in August.

    June 25, 2014 1 Photo

  • CTY ZT062514 mrs boone pic queen Bowen crowned Mrs. Boone County A new Mrs. Boone County was crowned Saturday, June 21, at the 56th annual pageant held at the Theatre at the Milk Building. Anita Bowen, executive director of Boone County Senior Services, was given this honor this year.

    June 25, 2014 2 Photos

  • BIZ ZT061814 train shop photo Businessman has big plans for small shop Right now, Zionsville Train Depot contains one track with one model train running. A few shelves contain Playmobil, Chuggington and Thomas the Tank Engine toy inventory from Watts Trains and Toy Shop. A sky tram system hangs above the bare track but not for long. Owner of the train depot, Rick Whitt, has big plans for his little store.

    June 18, 2014 1 Photo

  • NWS ZT061114 Naturalist photo New naturalist looking to grow programs Visitors to the Zion Nature Center will be greeted with a new face as Mindy Murdock begins her work as the center’s new naturalist. Murdock is a northeastern Ohio native and has spent most of her life there. She has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in biology. Her previous experience includes working at Cleveland Metroparks.

    June 11, 2014 1 Photo

  • NTG ZT050714 art show pic ZCHS students showcase life through art Evie Brooks understands the impact of art on life — especially hers. The Zionsville Community High School senior, who won Best of Show at the school's End of the Year Art Show with an environmental sculpture, said art has expanded her horizons. She'll attend Syracuse this fall to study architecture, and art played no small part in that.

    May 7, 2014 1 Photo

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