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- 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.
- Commission hopes to help Noah Grant's expansion Noah Grant's Grill House and Oyster Bar has been in Zionsville for more than six years, and the Zionsville Redevelopment Commission hopes to keep it a thriving spot in town. The RDC discussed Monday night, June 23, ways to help Noah Grant's owner Shari Jenkins expand the restaurant into the rear portion of the building, owned by Valerie and Michael Swack, on 98 S. Main St.
- Lions Park concerts back for another year For the 10th year, Joyce Davis hopes to bring families and generations together at the Lions Park concert series. The concerts will be held at 7 p.m. every Sunday in July at the park. The theme for this year's series is "The Golden Era of American Music — When American Music Perfectly Captured the American Spirit of Boundless Optimism."
- Whitestown Town Council resolves fire rate issue The Whitestown Town Council passed a resolution hoping to get the Anson fire rate issue behind them.
- Ford Road bridge work to take 90 days Yates Construction Inc. of Kentland will replace the obsolescent Ford Road bridge over Eagle Creek.
VIDEO: Miss Indiana parade returns
Miss Indiana and Outstanding Teen contestants roll down Main Street in Zionsville along with their Miss Indiana Princess representatives. The parade was Saturday, June 21, with the crowning of 2014’s Miss Indiana and Outstanding Teen that night. After the parade all miss and outstanding teen contestants signed autographs at Boone Village. This year’s Miss Indiana winner was Audra Casterline from Fishers, and this year’s outstanding Teen was Maddie Bryan from Laotto. Go online to www.timessentinel.com to watch a video from the event.
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