CrossFit Zionsville owner Ali Ott gets his head shaved by Twisted Sisters hair stylist Amanda Ochoa.
Art center fundraising for passenger elevator
A century-old elevator will soon be out of commission unless the Sugar Creek Art Center can raise $75,000 to replace it.
Zionsville man gets ride of his life
Rising early on a Monday morning, Oct. 14, to stand in line for race tickets paid off for Mike Albert, of Zionsville, who was the first fan to buckle up for a ride with IndyCar Series team owner Sarah Fisher in her two-seat race car.
Local doctor supports NASA's past and future
“NASA hasn’t gone away,” according to Dr. Scott Phillips of Zionsville, a surgeon with the Center for Ear Nose Throat and Allergy, who happens to have the ear of the space program.
Cooper Barron, 3, bites off more than he can chew Saturday morning, Oct. 5, during the Zionsville Fire Department Pancake Breakfast.
Mary Mulligan was crowned Zionsville homecoming queen during halftime of the Friday, Oct. 4, football game against the Fishers Tigers.
Zionsville dog with tragic story could be top firehouse dog
Set afire and left for dead in 2011 at 8 weeks of age, a boxer/mastiff mix rescued once by an animal shelter and a second time by a Zionsville woman, now has an opportunity to become a celebrity on the TV show, "Chicago Fire."
- Disease takes toll on salon owner Brooke Ferrin Klekovski's life has been a nightmare for the past five years. The Ansatz Hair Salon owner and Zionsville resident wakes up every day with a new pain and can't shake the voices she hears inside her head. "I have three people in my head that randomly speak to me," Klekovski said. "I hear random comments like 'Do you see the shoes that she's wearing?' all the time." Klekovski suffers from Lyme disease, a disease caused by the bite of certain infected ticks. Klekovski contracted the disease after a family vacation in Georgia with her husband, Martin, and son, Carter. Kimberly Lentz, a Zionsville-based doctor who specializes in Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses, said Lyme disease is a growing problem in the United States. "The (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) just released new preliminary numbers about the number of cases," she said. "They always said there was about 30,000 cases per year, and now they just projected at least 300,000 new cases per year. That is preliminary data, and I suspect the number may be higher than that. It seems to be a huge, growing problem in America, just with the way we've expanded out from the city. Everyone has deer and rodents in their backyard now." Lentz said Lyme disease can be very tough to diagnose because ticks are so small and people may not realize they have a tick on them. Klekovski was diagnosed with Lyme disease 45 days after she returned from Georgia. See Wednesday's Times Sentinel for the full story.|Brooke Ferrin Klekovski's life has been a nightmare for the past five years. The Ansatz Hair Salon owner and Zionsville resident wakes up every day with a new pain and can't shake the voices she hears inside her head. "I have three people in my head
- Picture-perfect weather for 2013 Fall Festival Mother Nature smiled favorably on Zionsville's 60th annual Fall Festival, sponsored by the Lions Club, Friday, Sept. 6, through Sunday, Sept. 8. The sun shone brightly on the parade, carnival, craft show and other shows and activities Saturday and Su
- Bentley Zionsville celebrates 5 decades As Zionsville has grown and changed, one thing has changed little: Bentley Zionsville has anchored the block on First Street between Sycamore and Hawthorne streets since 1969. Though both the façade and the name have undergone some changes through the years, the business has been going strong at that location under the guidance of the Albers family for 44 years. However, Bentley Zionsville actually is celebrating its 50th anniversary in business this year, having been founded in 1963 in Indianapolis.
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