Wind, rain and cold prompted officials to call off the Christmas in the Village parade Nov. 30. The Zionsville Chamber of Commerce posted the announcement on Facebook.
A Boone County judge hit a member of the Aryan Brotherhood with six years in prison and two more on probation after the man admitted to beating a Muslim inmate because of religious differences.
Zionsville is well represented in the premiere production of “A Christmas Story: The Musical” now on stage at Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre.
ZIONSVILLE – When local artist Cynthia Young heard the Town of Zionsville and the Zionsville Cultural District (ZCD) were calling for a public art project with a dahlia theme, she knew she was the right person for the job.
Ever wondered about the history of Christmas? Well, Brownsburg’s Heather LeFebvre researched it and has compiled a book with stories, activities and traditional recipes.
Officials at the Community Foundation of Boone County (CFBC) recently announced there is a new president and chief executive officer at the helm for the nonprofit organization.
The Zionsville Concert Band, along with the Castlewood Singers, will present the annual Christmas Kaleidoscope on at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, Dec.8, in the sanctuary of the Zionsville United Methodist Church, 9644 Whitestown Road, Zionsville. The entire Zionsville community and surrounding areas a…
A cyber tip led police to a Zionsville man who admitted to enjoying child porn and getting high and sharing it online, according to a probable cause affidavit.
Each year about this time I receive questions from someone who wants to try using a living tree – one with roots – for Christmas rather than a cut tree. This tree will be kept indoors over the holidays and later planted in the outdoor landscape. My general response is that it can be successful but is more complicated than it may appear.
BAM Weather (BAMWX.COM) announced last week that it was selected to serve as the weather provider for Zionsville Community Schools, providing forecasting and weather monitoring for the district’s outdoor activities and guidance on winter and severe weather that could impact students, staff, transportation, special events and more.
With issues such as depression, substance abuse and post-traumatic stress disorder on the rise, a group of dedicated individuals at Witham Health Services is looking to increase mental health support in the emergency department.
Midwest Jewelers & Estate Buyers was selected as the Chamber Impact Award Recipient for November. The Chamber Impact Award recognizes a Boone County Chamber member that has made positive contributions to the community.
INDIANAPOLIS — It’s a Friday evening and a dozen or so people — men, women, teenagers, kids — are gathered at TITLE Boxing Club, an upscale boxing studio near a largely vacant shopping mall on Indianapolis’s north side.
Unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, were the entertainment at the Boone County Extension Service annual meeting Wednesday morning. Members of the 4-H Micro Quadcopter Spark Club demonstrated their prowess at the tiniest of drones.
It’s that time of year and people looking to bring some fresh greenery into their homes or businesses for the holidays need look no further that the Scout tree lots in Whitestown and Zionsville.
Despite the weather change, U.S. Army Captain Daniel Fleming spoke to the small, shivering group gathered to remember the U.S. military personnel on Veterans Day at Memorial Park. Behind him are members of the VFW Post 910 of Lebanon.
There was no shortage of Veterans Day ceremonies around Boone County. Even during the dropping temperatures, icy rain and gusty winds, the ceremonies went on.
Members of the community can help make winter a little warmer and assist United States Veterans in the Indianapolis area that are homeless or at-risk of homelessness by donating money and requested items to the Hope for Heroes Project.
The Indiana Professional Licensing Agency placed a Zionsville physician assistant’s license on probation after she was convicted of a felony and reportedly failed drug tests.
Boone County Sheriff Mike Nielsen (foreground) and Jail Commander Tim Turner lead Zachariah Wright, 22, into the Boone County Courthouse Thursday, where he was found guilty of murder.
The Zionsville Community High School PTO handed out their fall grant awards this week. The group awarded more than $5,500 for teachers to purchase items for their classrooms and club activities. The grants are designed to enable teachers to purchase items such as a swivel camera, flags for a…
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- Man sentenced for racially spurred jail fight
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- Christmas in the Village Parade canceled because of weather
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