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Zionsville, Indiana resident JoJo Rinebold was one of six new members to join the Little League International board of directors at their annual meeting on Friday, Nov. 9.

Sophie wants romance, babies and a big wedding. She also wants her father to walk her down the aisle, but her mother, Donna, isn’t sure who her father is. That’s the story, told against the backdrop of a Mediterranean Island and using the pop song hits of the 1970s supergroup ABBA, of “Mamma…

ZIONSVILLE — A retired gynecologist faces disciplinary action on his medical license after pleading guilty to obstruction of justice for lying about whether he artificially inseminated patients with his own sperm. 

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The Whitestown Plan Commission approved a development plan from Anson Carwash LLC, welcoming Anson Dirtbuster Carwash to Whitestown.

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Morning Dove Therapeutic Riding Center in Zionsville is transforming lives, one horse ride at a time.

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Morning Dove Therapeutic Riding Center in Zionsville is transforming lives, one horse ride at a time.

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Trendy blonde hair and red Chuck sneakers are the first things you notice when you meet Beth Chappo. At age 38, this mother of two, and soon to be three, is well known for her love of shoes and her short ‘do.

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A contagious festive atmosphere of the Witham Health Services Foundation Gala spread throughout the assembled crowd of 300-plus people Saturday night, May 20. The black-tie event, held at the Renaissance Hotel North in Carmel, raises as substantial amount of money for the foundation.

Law enforcement is among the latest segment to find a way to use drones or unmanned aircraft systems.

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Like many, Jennifer Nelson Williams and Sandy Sasso were concerned about the state of their country after the 2016 election.

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ZIONSVILLE - Students in the new Project Lead the Way introduction to engineering classes at Zionsville Community High School designed and built cardboard boats, then tested them in the Zionsville Aquatic Center pool last week.

KOKOMO — For parents of children with autism, finding ways of effective communication can be a struggle. But an app developed at Purdue University could ease some of that stress for both parents and children.

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Zionsville's Jerry Jin will have a prime seat — or saddle, as it were — for history in the making on Friday. Jin will be atop a horse with the Culver Military Academy's renowned Black Horse Troop in the inaugural parade for President-elect Donald Trump and Vice-President-elect Mike Pence.

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When Adam and Lucy Moody decided to diversify their farming operation and sell meat they produced themselves, they knew nothing about running a business, Adam said. Nowadays, he’s invited to share his entrepreneurial expertise with the likes of Indiana’s incoming governor and secretary of ag…

INDIANAPOLIS — Timothy Molinari drove to the Statehouse early Monday with a long-shot hope that he could convince some Indiana electors to go rogue. It was not to be.

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ZIONSVILLE — At some point, during those first hours, Megan Cantrell looked into Jay’s eyes and wondered: “How can you still love me?”

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The Zionsville Community High School Marching Eagles are state champions, winning the Indiana State School Music Association Scholastic Large Division.

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A 200th birthday party at Lincoln Park celebrating Indiana's statehood was well attended as the state's Bicentennial Torch was carried through town Thursday, Oct. 13.

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Zionsville Town Hall employee Kenny Caldwell began his work day last Friday the same as he has for more than 27 years.

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U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. announced last week that Union Elementary School has been named a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School — one of 279 public and 50 private schools receiving the distinction and one of nine in Indiana.

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ZIONSVILLE — Union Elementary School students, teachers, other staff and volunteers rolled up their sleeves and worked in the dirt recently to build an outdoor classroom where students can enjoy and learn about the outdoors.

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A Zionsville resident born in 1926 attended Purdue University when tuition was $75 per semester. Another, born in 1921, mailed his laundry home to his mom for 17 cents when he was in college, and she'd wash it and mail it back.

This article is the second in a series looking at economic development in Zionsville and tools the town uses to help business relocate here and grow.

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At nearly 1 a.m., on April 30, 1865, Zionsville residents lined the roadside dressed in black and white in front of houses draped in dark cloths and ribbons.

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The Village Garden Club awarded four $250 grants to Zionsville organizations this spring for beautification projects to enhance the community.

Lori Rader-Day learned to love reading in the Lebanon Public Library. Once she read all the children's section had to offer, she moved on to adult mysteries. Now she is a professional in the world of communication and is about to launch her second published book, "Little Pretty Things," on July 7.

"An unputdownable read" has got to be my favorite book review ever. That's what Booklist declared "Little Pretty Things," the second published novel by former Boone County resident Lori Rader-Day. The psychological thriller will be released nationally on July 7.

Walking through the doors and past the organic pastas to the meat counter at 20 E. Cedar St., it is hard to imagine the retail space used to be a dry cleaner.

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In downtown Whitestown, down an unassuming street, sits a plain-looking building that hums with activity year-round creating custom signage and graphics for companies. But during the month of May, it's not just humming — it's roaring as Indy's Pro Graphix works to provide the graphics for several IndyCars in preparation for the most famous race in all of motor sports.

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Jay Schaumberg can remember taking his son JD out of class at Zionsville Community Schools to play hooky so the two could go down to Indianapolis Motor Speedway in hopes of getting a glimpse of one of their favorite drivers.

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Leigh Ann Akard can still remember playing in her family's hardware store on Main Street and riding her bicycle around the empty store when it moved to Boone Village. Sixty years later, it's small family touches like that that keep Akard True Value Hardware in business. Leigh Ann's grandfather, J.J., became the owner of Zionsville Hardware in May 1965 and renamed the store Akard's True Value Hardware.

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For the first time, the Zionsville boys basketball team will be represented on the Indiana All-Star team. Senior Derrik Smits was named Monday morning, April 20, to the squad, which is comprised of the top senior players in the state.

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Just about one year ago, Sarah Harmon Weder began the process of opening her own business, Paint and Party Indy! She is now growing her venture through social media and word-of-mouth.

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