The Boone County Economic Development Corporation (Boone EDC) announces the hiring of Rachel Huser as Economic Development Manager.
Christian Brothers is scouting sites in Zionsville for a new automotive shop aimed at giving customers the auto repair and maintenance care they’ve been looking for.
Formation of a parks board to encourage, manage and develop recreational spaces in unincorporated areas of Boone County will soon come before the county council.
Lebanon non-profit Youth & Family Health Network (YFHN) will provide new services, including evidence-based education and a recovery coach, to help individuals and families dealing with addiction. YFHN received two grants earlier this year to make the services possible.
The report of a murder is something that would cause most people to run in the opposite direction, but on March 13, Lebanon Police Officer Aaron Carlson ran into an active crime scene described over the police radio as a possible murder.
One little known Lebanon non-profit is poised to make a big impact for recovering addicts. The Youth and Family Health Network (YFHN) will open a 10-bed women’s recovery home in Lebanon early next year.
The city of Lebanon unveiled new city logos Dec. 11, with plans to continue developing the “This is Home” and “Lovin’ Lebanon” theme developed by Indianapolis marketing and public relations firm Borshoff.
Whitney D. Kloepfer, 29 of Lebanon, was arrested Dec. 9 on charges of domestic battery with bodily injury involving a person younger than 14, neglect of a dependent resulting in bodily injury and strangulation.
Computer coding was surprising fun for some students at Lebanon Middle School, who learned to code by looking behind the scenes of popular games like Minecraft, Angry Birds and Star Wars.
With the end of one priority list fast approaching, the Boone County Healthy Coalition will meet next year to make a new list of priorities. To prep, the coalition heard presentations Dec. 5 on progress made since the 2015-2017 priority list was made.
Jim Baird, a Republican candidate for Indiana’s District 4 seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, stopped in Lebanon to attend an agriculture breakfast Tuesday.
Mayor Matt Gentry announced a second attempt to stop a pay raise for elected officials Friday morning in an email to Clerk-Treasurer Tonya Thayer and the city council.
About 29 orange pinwheels are planted on the Boone County Courthouse lawn. Each represents a person who has died as a result of domestic violence in Indiana since 2014, explained Joanna Shoemaker with the Zonta Club of Lebanon.
A merger of the Lebanon Board of Public Works and Safety and the Lebanon Stormwater Management Board is touted as a move to streamline city government. The proposal was discussed at the Lebanon City Council meeting Nov. 27, following the first reading of an ordinance on the matter.
After tabling the request twice, the Lebanon City Council appropriated $86,900 to get a feasibility study for reorganizing Lebanon’s northern Interstate 65 interchange at exit 141.
The Lebanon city council approved two tax abatements to facilitate the $29 million expansion of the United States Cold Storage (USCS) warehouse and distribution center in Lebanon.
Even with housing growth projections recently announced for Lebanon and a 300-home development announced for Whitestown, Lebanon Community Schools Superintendent Robert Taylor said LCSC has room for the growth.
The Silver siblings, whose father and uncle grew up in Boone County, have worked for the past few decades to trace their family’s lineage. Their journey recently culminated with a trip to Lebanon and the old Silver homesteads in Elizaville.
A supply of naloxone, also known as Narcan, is planned to be in every Lebanon Community School Corporation-owned building by Day 1 of second semester, Superintendent Robert Taylor said.
Not only does Kim Carlson excel at teaching Life Skills to elementary students of Western Boone, she lives her passion each work day.
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