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- Group receives first draft of downtown plan A plan to help improve the viability of downtown Zionsville took a major step forward as a draft was presented to a working group.
- WPD, Harves reach agreement The fate of Paco, a Whitestown Police Department K-9 at the center of an officer's resignation, has been decided.
- Brackemyre calls leaving Boone EDC 'bittersweet' The decision to move on from working in the area he grew up in was a tough one for Bryan Brackemyre, but after spending a lot of time pondering it, he decided to leave the Boone County Economic Development Corporation. Named executive director of the EDC in April 2013, he's been with the organization five years. The Zionsville native's last day with the Boone EDC will be Thursday, July 3. He will start as a manager in the state and local tax practice at the Indianapolis-based Ernst and Young later in the month.
VIDEO: Polo charity event prepares for 11th year
Hickory Hall Polo Club is set to host its annual Boone County Polo Charity on July 12; this will be the 11th year for the event, which benefits Boone County Senior Services and Witham Health Services Foundation.
- Council considers requests, incentives The Zionsville Town Council will consider several requests and an economic development incentive during its Monday, July 7, meeting.
- Whitestown Boulevard widening gets county OK WHITESTOWN — A section of Whitestown Boulevard about a half-mile long will be widened to four lanes, with completion possible by the end of fall.
Same-sex couple issued marriage license in Boone County
A same-sex couple was issued a marriage license by the Boone County Clerk’s Office Wednesday.
- Vectren begins work in Village Vectren Energy Delivery is making improvements to the natural gas lines in the Village. Natalie Hedde, Vectren manager corporate communications, said the company will begin survey work this week to locate the gas lines, and replacement will begin in July or August.
- Masonry company still requesting answers Zionsville Community High School has set plans to begin construction on renovations and additions, but the decision on which masonry contractor to use has created some controversy.
- 4th of July festivities set at Lions Park Fireworks are set to illuminate the night sky over Lions Park at dusk — about 10 p.m. — on Friday, July 4. Festivities will kick off at 5 p.m. with entertainment, a "kids corner" and local food vendors preceding the fireworks display, according to Steve Gayheart, event chairman for the Zionsville Lions Club, which sponsors the Fourth of July celebration.
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