- ZWMS kicks off school year in powerful way A sea of green, blue, pink and purple T-shirts flowed into Zionsville West Middle School on the first day of school, each stating “We’ve Got Z’Power – Expect the Best, Get the Best” on the front. Once the wave rolled in, the words “Love, Strength, Inspiration, Fearlessness and Pride” were seen on the backs of the shirts, each word chosen by the student wearing it.
- Zionsville artist wins 2nd Best of Show at Indiana State Fair For the second consecutive year, Zionsville artist Joyce K. Jensen has been awarded best of show at the Indiana State Fair annual fine arts competition.
- Penny Putters raises money for breast cancer research The trio of Susan Andrews, Deb Gates and Pat Arnold won the 2013 Rally for the Cure Scramble presented by Penny Putters. Penny Putters raised $900 this year for Rally for the Cure, which benefits the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The scramble was held Wednesday, July 31, at Zionsville Golf Course.
Emerging from the ashes
A fire that destroyed the Lebanon First Church of The Nazarene a year and a day ago was, in more than one way, an act of God.
Local doctor's play to be featured at IndyFringe
Zionsville physician Larry Adams has taken the saying “laughter is the best medicine” to a different level.
The family practitioner has written and will star in his own comedic play, “The Dealer Smiles,” during IndyFringe, an annual theater festival in Indianapolis.
Hoosier Village reaches out to active seniors
Hoosier Village hopes to appeal to the new generation of senior citizens that are much more active. The retirement center, 5300 W. 96th St., has opened a new senior living apartment complex with two new restaurants.
Zionsville businesses add spice to life with music
Zionsville's music scene is expanding as more local establishments are featuring live music on a regular basis.
WW II veteran experiences skydiving for 90th birthday
John Holliday, 89, of Zionsville, celebrated his upcoming 90th birthday with a 120-mph free fall from 13,500 feet at Skydive Indianapolis, located at the Frankfort Municipal Airport.
From autism to art
"I don't want people to emphasize on the 'angry rage' characteristic when they think of me as someone who suffers from bipolar disorder and autism," said Kristen Wise, 22, a Zionsville native who now lives in Lebanon. The truth is, Kristen is far fro
Fairies make gardens magical
There are several ways to make a garden beautiful, but only one way to make it magical: Add a fairy. According to Stacey Hamilton, area sales manager at Altum's greenhouse in Zionsville, in the past few years, greenhouses and landscapers have noticed
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