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- Work begins to prepare for Lids Just because Lids announced plans to move to Creekside Corporate Park doesn't mean work is done for the Zionsville Redevelopment Commission.
- Living in blissful ignorance There is an old saying that ignorance is bliss, and I never really accepted it as being true. I like to know things. With the recent cold spell, though, I am starting to believe that ignorance can be bliss given the right set of circumstances. I don
- Whitestown council member arrested Former Whitestown Town Council President Dawn E. Semmler, 42, was arrested at 1:21 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, for operating a vehicle while intoxicated and operating a vehicle with an alcohol concentration equivalent of .08 or more, both Class C misdemeanors.
- Students urge officials to install crosswalk A group of Zionsville West Middle School students were tired of not having a safe way to cross Whitestown Parkway so they could walk to school. Wanting to see a change, Theresa Bottorff, Kelsey Merrill, Charlize Roe and Amelia Wilkie took matters int
- From the raceway to the runway Breyanna Shirley has never considered herself a "pageant girl." She'd rather spend her days at Indianapolis Motor Speedway than getting ready for a pageant. Yet, when the 25-year-old Zionsville resident submitted an application to be Mrs. Indiana United States, she was hopeful she would win. It only took a few weeks before she found out she'd be competing in the Mrs. United States pageant in July. Indiana does not have a pageant for its competition.
ZCS back in session after extra week off
Mother Nature's wrath made the decision to cancel school last week an easy one for Zionsville Community Schools Superintendent Scott Robison. "It was pretty undeniably dangerous in a lot of places, not just some," he said.
- RDC approves purchase agreement Town Council to consider abatements The Zionsville Redevelopment Commission took the first step in bringing Lids' corporate headquarters to town by approving the purchase agreement Monday night, Jan. 13.
- Royal Run snow removal complicated by parking ban violations Snow removal in the Royal Run subdivision south of Whitestown Parkway near Interstate 65 was exceptionally challenging last week because some residents ignored signs restricting parking during a snow emergency.
- ZCS back to work after extended break On the first day back in classes at Zionsville Community Schools after a weather-related winter break extension, the ZCS Board of School Trustees held its first regular session of 2014.
Lids to move corporate headquarters to Zionsville
Creekside Corporate Park at Zionsville may soon have its first tenant — Lids, a hats and sports apparel manufacturer and retailer.
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